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Phrases utiles

Voici une nouvelle série d’infographies appelée “Useful sentences in French” qui vous permettra d’apprendre des phrases simples du language courant français.

Here’s a new collection of infographics called “Useful sentences in French” that will give you the possibility to learn easy sentences of colloquial French.

Useful sentence in French 1

Cette première phrase peut être utile si vous voyagez en France (ou dans un pays francophone) et que vous souhaitez vous connecter sur le réseau wi-fi de l’endroit où vous êtes.

This first sentence can be useful if you are traveling in France (or in a French speaking country) and wish to connect to the wi-fi network where you are.

  • C’est quoi le mot de passe wi-fi ici ? (What’s the wifi password here?)
  • C’est internet123 en minuscules. (It’s internet123 in small letters (lower case).)

Si le mot de passe est “Internet123”, on doit dire : “Internet123 avec un I majuscule“.

If the password is “Internet123”, you must say: “Internet123 with a capital I”.

L'alphabet

Peut-être avez-vous besoin de revoir comment on prononce l’alphabet en français ? Le voici :

Maybe you need to repeat how to pronounce the alphabet in French? Here it is:

French alphabet

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