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Le pouvoir des réseaux sociaux (The Power of Social Media) Duolingo French Podcast

As a little person, Douchka Volaric didn’t grow up with any media representation of people like her. When she discovers TikTok, she decides to use it as a tool to educate others, spread a positive message, and be the change she wished to see. A transcript of this episode is available at
  1. Le pouvoir des réseaux sociaux (The Power of Social Media)
  2. Les bébés au Festival de Cannes (Babies at the Cannes Festival)
  3. Le chasseur d’orages (The Storm Chaser)
  4. Trailer Season 11
  5. Traditions iconiques – The Tour de France

Play games, earn badges, and stories, Duolingo can be used with an account or without. Duolingo plus is available with a paid subscription. This service also offers apps on Google Play and the Apple App Store.

"Spleen" de Charles Baudelaire Easy French Poetry (French Today)

Ce poème est écrit en Alexandrins, donc le rythme est très important,…
  1. "Spleen" de Charles Baudelaire
  2. "Dans la Forêt Sans Heures" de Jules Supervielle
  3. "Les Colchiques" de Guillaume Appollinaire
  4. "L'Abeille" de Paul Valéry
  5. "À Une Passante" de Charles Baudelaire

‘Les garçons ne pleurent pas’ Learn French by Podcast

In this lesson, we will hear Bertrand’s thoughts on a book he has just finished reading. But we are going to discover that the book’s title isn’t really true.
  1. ‘Les garçons ne pleurent pas’
  2. 207: J'ai eu le covid.
  3. 206: De retour au bureau – à temps partiel
  4. 205: Le monde appartient à ceux qui se lèvent tôt!
  5. 204: Prendre – un verbe polyvalent

Play memory and language learning games on Conjeguemos with an account or as a guest. There are several languages available. To learn in French go to the top right hand corner and pull down the “Library” menu and choose French.

Learn French by Podcast

This podcast teaches conversational French in nice, short bits. Each episode features a conversation in French spoken by native French speakers. Next there is a translation, explantation, and the conversation is broken up so the learner may repeat the words themselves.

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