Free French podcast to improve your French pronunciation – Notre Dame de Paris by Victor Hugo

Hi guys,

once again we are ready to help you improve your French Pronunciation. Please, keep in mind that if you want to get the maximum of this experience you should have in front of you the text while listening to Mozane. You should listen to it at least 3 times and then try to emulate Mozane’s French pronunciation.

Write down the words you don’t know and search for them on 12speak! vocabulary tool. If you still have some energy play our language games to memorise the new words.

Here it is the extract:

“Il y avait à peine deux jours que la dernière cavalcade de ce genre, celle des ambassadeurs flamands chargés de conclure le mariage en- tre le dauphin et Marguerite de Flandre, avait fait son entrée à Paris, au grand ennui de M. le cardinal de Bourbon, qui, pour plaire au roi, avait dû faire bonne mine à toute cette rustique cohue de bourgmestres flamands, et les régaler, en son hôtel de Bourbon, d’une moult belle moralité, sotie et farce, tandis qu’une pluie battante inondait à sa porte ses magnifiques tapisseries.”

 

Enjoy language learning!

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One comment on “Free French podcast to improve your French pronunciation – Notre Dame de Paris by Victor Hugo
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