French Slang Nouns (New Video)

Here are some common informal nouns used in everyday speech in France. Once again, it is more important to simply understand these words and not worry so much about trying to use them. The standard vocabulary is given after the sample sentences.

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  • http://faoiseamh.blogspot.com/ oranje68

    Cool, merci, a lot of new words for me there.

  • Lisa

    This is great! Thank you for putting this up.

    Lisa

  • http://laprochainefois.blogspot.com/ cathy

    i love these series. i love being able to hear and read, plus the extra additional details that give lots of info for context is super helpful. thank you!

  • Bachanpal

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