Season 1 – Lesson 10 – Coffee Break French

In this episode of Coffee Break French, you’ll join Mark and Anna for some Festive French Fun!

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17 thoughts on “Season 1 – Lesson 10 – Coffee Break French”

  1. j’adore cet épisode. Merci beaucoup, Mark et Anna! Maintenant, je peux chanter “Jingle Bells” en francais! Vive le Vent, Vive le vent, vive le vent d’hiver ….. 🙂

  2. If you are responding to a negative question, you respond with si not oui, Anna. Par exemple: tu n’aime pas quelque chose…. repondu: Si, j’aime ……

  3. Fantastic! I’ve been learning two forigne languages but never met a teacher like Mark and Anna before! You make me fall in love with French! Bravissimi!!!

  4. Soon, our first trip to Parreeeee! Wheee! and your site was recommended by my American friend (had lived in Paris for 15 years). I will practice daily. My Glaswegian mother spoke, read and wrote perfect French(Scots and French connection)which I always found so fun to hear! Thank you.

  5. Great course. Having trouble understanding the beginning of the second stanza. My ear hears “Qui sont (or son or sonne) va” before sifflant, etc.
    I’ve listened to this over and over but can’t make sense of it. The rest of the jingle is fine. Thanks for the help.


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