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Learn French with Gaëlle, an experienced French teacher. 99% in French and designed for students with a basic level (A2) or lower intermediate (B1). Gaëlle speaks slowly to make it easier to understand. If you have an intermediate level, you can always increase the playback speed in your app. Each week, you’ll improve your French whilst also learning about French culture, society, history, and much more. Go to LanguaTalk.com/frenchpod to read an interactive transcript of each episode as you ...
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Learn Italian with Anna, an experienced Italian teacher. 99% in Italian and designed to help intermediate learners become more fluent. If you have any trouble keeping up, simply decrease the playback speed in your app. Each week, you’ll improve your Italian whilst also learning about Italian culture, society, history, and other topics related to the bel paese. Go to LanguaTalk.com/italianpod to read an interactive transcript of each episode as you listen. This will help you learn. For lesson ...
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Learn Spanish by listening to slowly spoken conversations between Spanish teachers, Rocío & Jesús. Ideal for basic to intermediate levels (A2 to B2). Interactive transcripts and vocab lists are available for free via our website, LanguaTalk.com. Interested in taking lessons with tutors as talented as Rocío & Jesús? Book a trial session here: https://languatalk.com/spanish-tutors-online?via=spanishpod
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In this episode, Gaelle talks about a wonderful French animated movie called “Kirikou et la sorcière” (Kirikou and the Sorceress). Beyond the beautiful story and graphism, this movie has deeply changed the French animated world and set a precedent which would inspire generations to come. You can get free vocab lists as well as read an interactive t…
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In this episode, Gaelle dives into the wonderful world of having children. Having lived in England for many years, she came to the conclusion that the French system for young kids was actually a very decent one, with its solid childcare options for example. But she also noticed the differences during the pregnancy and birth process, with which Fran…
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In this episode, Anna speaks about the new trend of growing vegetables and plants on rooftops. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. Looking to learn Italian fast with a tutor? Meet a tutor (like Anna) for a trial lesson here: Langu…
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In this episode, Gaelle interviews André, a Brazilian doctor who lives in Australia and who studied and worked in France for 3 years. He talks about his experience in Paris as a researcher, how difficult it was to meet people, speak the language and find a flat. With his non-native accent, Andre’s French might be harder to understand but it’s an ex…
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In this episode, Anna speaks about advertising in Italy, and how the Italian language is used and adapted for ads. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. Looking to learn Italian fast with a tutor? Meet a tutor (like Anna) for a tria…
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In this episode, Gaelle describes a very common and unsustainable practice: programmed obsolescence. You might not be familiar with the words, but its reality is in your daily life: when your laptop stops working after 4 years, when your printer refuses to print more pages even though you still have ink left, … But the great news is that France is …
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In this episode, Gaelle talks about the famous French author, feminist and philosopher: Simone de Beauvoir. Simone wrote “le deuxième sexe” and is considered the mother of the Second feminist wave. But as you will discover, there is more to Simone de Beauvoir than this extraordinary essay. Both her intellectual and love lives are fascinating. You c…
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Do you live in your comfort zone? Take the test with Jesus and Rocio and find out if you are a person with a comfortable life or if you are a highly adventurous person. What things would you like to do and have not done yet? Jesus and Rocio talk about all this and more. This podcast is perfect for learning Spanish if you have a basic or intermediat…
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In this episode, Anna speaks about her trip to Treviso. There's even a guest appearance from her dog, Kiki, who was keen to get involved after hearing the last episode, which was about pizza! You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. Lo…
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In this episode, Gaelle talks about a very popular French series that managed the impossible: to gain worldwide recognition and even win an Emmy Award! The series is called “10%”, or “call my agent” in its international version, and is available on Netflix so you will have easy access to it if Gaelle manages to convince you to watch it. You can get…
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In this episode, Anna speaks about her habit of having a good pizza at the end of the week and the origins of Italy's most famous food. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. Looking to learn Italian fast with a tutor? Meet a tutor (…
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Jesús and Rocío have good news and want to share it with all of you...they have moved to Budapest! Why have they moved to Hungary? Was it an easy or a difficult process? What do they think of the city, the food, the language…? Listen to all this and much more in this episode. This podcast is perfect for learning Spanish if you have a basic or inter…
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In this episode, Gaelle explains the differences between 3 very similar verbs: sentir, se sentir et ressentir. They are all translated by “to feel” in English, but in French they are used in different contexts. Looking to learn French fast with a tutor like Gaëlle? Meet a tutor for a trial session here: https://languatalk.com/french-tutors-online?v…
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In this episode, Gaelle tackles a difficult topic: the project of the French government to change the retirement system, and the massive protests that have followed. As simply as possible, she explains how the French pension system works, why the government decided it was necessary to partially modify it and why the French people, in their vast maj…
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In this episode, Anna speaks about the history of Venetian Carnival and why Venetians leave the city during this chaotic time. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening: https://languatalk.com/blog/podcast/italian?via=italianpod. Looking to learn Italian fast with a tutor?…
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In this episode, Anna talks about how she used to celebrate her birthday as a kid and how things have changed over the years. She also speaks about zodiac signs. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening: https://languatalk.com/blog/podcast/italian?via=italianpod. Looking …
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In this episode, Gaelle talks about the iconic French novel “les Misérables”, written in the 19th century by Victor Hugo. You will learn about the story, its many layers and themes, as well as understanding the man behind the book. In the second part, you will travel to the West End, London, and its famous musical tradition, but also to Hollywood w…
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In this episode, Anna speaks about her YouTube video to make pasta and recommends other Italian tutorials to watch to get inspiration. After listening, you can check out the recipe video here. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. L…
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In this episode, Gaelle talks about a touchy subject: French nationality. How can we be French? Is being born in France enough or do we need to have at least one French parent? And how are non-white French people perceived? And if you like football, it all started with the World Cup in Qatar and the composition of the French team.…
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In this episode, Anna speaks about her New Year's Eve and the celebrations in Venice. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. Looking to learn Italian fast with a tutor? Meet a tutor (like Anna) for a trial lesson here: Languatalk.com…
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In this episode, Gaelle clarifies a grammatical point: the neutral pronouns. If you have no idea what “ça” or “ce” are, or if you think you can translate “it” by “il” everytime, this episode is made for you. You’ll finally understand the mysterious “c” at the beginning of every “c’est”!저자 LanguaTalk
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In this episode, Gaelle will make you hungry. She will talk about a special wintery dish, a favorite of hers, called “gratin dauphinois” (and give you the secret recipe in the show notes!). How could you resist the temptation of this simple but delicious dish of potatoes and cream? And what’s even better, the dish is full of interesting historical …
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Did you know that in Austria there is an evil being called Krampus that scares children who have misbehaved before Christmas? And did you know that in Japan it is a Christmas tradition to eat a KFC menu? Did you know how they celebrate Christmas in the Philippines, Brazil or Norway? Rocio and Jesus tell you this and much more!…
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In this episode, Gaelle reveals some of the most controversial debates in French society around… Christmas! Who said Christmas should be peaceful, magical and lovely? In France, we are born to have heated arguments about… pretty much everything. So Father Christmas, the Christmas tree and even the turkey will be no exception.…
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In this episode, Gaelle talks about weddings, marriage and civil union. Weddings in Western countries tend to be pretty similar, but there are some things that make a French wedding different from any other. You will also see when France finally gave the same right to same sex couples and what the reactions were in French society.…
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In this episode Anna, speaks about her flu and cold to give you the opportunity to learn more vocabulary about health conditions. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening: https://languatalk.com/blog/podcast/italian?via=italianpod. Looking to learn Italian fast with a tut…
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In this episode, Gaelle presents you 4 French words that are commonly mistaken for their English version. But fear not! With clear explanations and a lot of examples, you should understand when to use them, and when not to.저자 LanguaTalk
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In this episode Anna speaks about a weekend spent in Trentino Alto Adige, discovering new places and experiencing the phenomenon of the Italian foliage. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. Looking to learn Italian fast with a tuto…
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In this episode, Gaelle interviews Eibhlin, an Irish woman who is in a relationship with Edouard, a French man. They live in Paris together. How is it to live with someone with a different language, a different culture? Is it easy to speak with French people? And in truth, are French men that romantic? You’ll learn all this and more in today’s epis…
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In this episode Anna speaks about the beautiful regatta that has just taken place in Trieste. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. Looking to learn Italian fast with a tutor? Meet a tutor (like Anna) for a trial lesson here: Langua…
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In this episode, Gaelle talks about climate change, the environment and plastic bags. Can we say that French people are green? Are they pulling their weight when it comes to changing their behavior to have a lighter impact on the environment? Are recycling and taking reusable bags to the shops going to make a difference?…
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In this episode, Anna speaks about the elections in Italy and how people have voted in 2022. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. Looking to learn Italian fast with a tutor? Meet a tutor (like Anna) for a trial lesson here: Languat…
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In this episode, Gaelle talks about Jamel Debbouze, a French Moroccan artist, famous for his humor and his unmistakable posture with his disable hand. Icon of the 2000’s for his roles in “Amelie” and “Astérix and Obélix - mission Cléopâtre", you should check him out if you like French comedy and humour.…
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In this episode, Anna speaks about the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and how it has been covered in Italy. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. Looking to learn Italian fast with a tutor? Meet a tutor (like Anna) for a trial lesson …
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In this episode, Gaelle goes back to basics and explains 6 different time indicators. From the common trap of “depuis” (which doesn’t only translate “since”) to the lesser known “ça fait”.저자 LanguaTalk
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In this episode, Anna speaks about her last Summer trip to the heart of Italy: Umbria. Discover all the stunning places you can see when visiting this beautiful part of Italy. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening via LanguaTalk.com/blog/italian-pod. Looking to learn I…
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In this episode, Gaelle talks about a major cultural event happening all across Europe every year in September: the European Heritage Days. It started in France in 1984 and is now a major event, with millions of people going. Clear your calendar, you have some exploring and visits to do!저자 LanguaTalk
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In this episode, Anna pays homage to the memory of Piero Angela, a famous journalist who recently passed away. All Italians knew about him and now will remember him for how he changed Italian television forever.
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This episode is the last of a four-part summer series to give you the urge to travel in France. Gaelle interviews Catherine to talk about Montpellier, a beautiful medieval city in the South of France. You will learn that French is not the only official language in this part of the country and that if you want to come to France to study, Montpellier…
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In this episode, Anna speaks about the second part of her trip in Northern Italy travelling through the regions of Valle d'Aosta and Lombardia. You can read an interactive transcript of this episode (which highlights the words as they're spoken) whilst listening: https://languatalk.com/blog/podcast/italian?via=italianpod. Looking to learn Italian f…
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This episode is the third of a four-part summer series to give you the urge to travel in France. Gaelle interviews Isabelle to talk about Nice, a famous French city on “la Côte d’Azur”, the French Riviera on the Mediterranean sea. You will learn that Nice hasn’t always been French and that there is more to do than just sunbathe on the beach.…
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This episode is the second of a series of four, a summer special to give you the urge to travel in France. In this episode, Gaelle interviews Sylvaine to talk about Nantes. You will hear about the rich (and not always glorious) history of the city, with its duchess, slave trade and famous LU biscuits. Warning: after hearing this episode, you might …
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