Use fillers in speech to sound more like a native speaker of French.
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Fillers in speech are words that don't add much meaning to the sentence, but they help with the flow of conversation and allow the speaker more time to think of what to say next. Examples in English include uh, um, well, I mean, I guess, you know?, so, ok, etc. Don't focus so much on these words when you hear them, but rather focus on the key words in the sentence.
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