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Auteur: Laetitia Perraut

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Do you want to improve your listening skills and comprehension of the French as it is spoken in France?
You’re right, it’s very motivating to understand well when someone talks to you.
With Cultivate Your French podcast, things go smoothly.
First, I, Laetitia, read the text that I have chosen from One Thing in a French Day slowly, with clear articulation.
Then I read the text to you at a normal speed.
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My three daughters came back to school on September 1st. At last. They were the three of them very happy, sometimes for different reasons. In this episode, I tell you about their grade, their first impressions and how they live the fact to wear a mask all day long.    All the information about the transcript is available at www.cultivateyourfrench.com
These few weeks in Paris before going back to school were very intense. I felt an urge to visit as many places as we could. We visited Le Louvre, we went to La Sainte-Chapelle as Claire told us that it was wonderful to see the light through the stained glass windows, we visited the Musée Bourdelle (a very nice place for a calm moment in Paris) and one morning I suggested that we could go to the Tour Eiffel. The girls were a little bit tired of this Paris craziness, but Alice, Lisa’s friend who was we us for the day, was on my side. Be ready for an escape, today’s episode takes you to the Tour Eiffel!    All the information about the transcript is available at www.cultivateyourfrench.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French, ONE slow episode of One Thing In a French Day podcast every week.  I hope you are well and happy. On a Friday evening of August, Micaela and I met my friend Claire for a walk in the Quartier Latin. Claire is a student, she studied Middle Ages at the Sorbonne, and she is now studying paleography at the prestigious Ecole des Chartes in Paris. We started our walk on the Ile de la Cité. We saw Notre-Dame, La Sainte-Chapelle, Le musée de Cluny and La Sorbonne. Today’s episode takes place in rue Soufflot. Who was Jacques-Germain Soufflot? This is what you are going to discover, among other facts, in today’s episode.  All the information about the transcripts is available at www.cultivateyourfrench.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French, ONE slow episode of One Thing In a French Day podcast every week.  I hope you are well and happy. We came back from our holidays in Jura. Micaela left two days later to spend a week with a friend of hers in Montélimar. Felicia, Lisa and I went to Louvre during that week. We were with my friend France and her daughter Maya. Maya is found of Egyptian Antiquities. After spending almost two hours in the Egyptian section, I suggested that we could say hello to La Joconde. This what you are going to listen today’s episode.  All the information about the transcript is available at www.cultivateyourfrench.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day. Cultivate Your French is an easy way to improve your comprehension of the French language as we speak it in France.  We really enjoyed each minute of our holidays. I remember the time during the confinement when we were not sure to be allowed to go on holidays. Today, you are going to listen to little nice moments of our stay in Jura. and then we’ll go back to Paris until the end of  the summer.    All the information about the transcripts is available at www.cultivateyourfrench.com
During the second week of our holidays in Jura, we did something that I was eager to do : we spent the day with a baker at the Pont-des-vents mill. Bruno, the baker, mills his own flour, bakes bread in the old oven and sells it at the mill or on markets. Receiving people and making bread with them is part of the project he set with the village of Montfleur who owns the 18th century mill.  And he loves receiving people! We really had a wonderful day. This is what you are going to listen in today’s episode.    All the information about the transcript is available at www.cultivateyourfrench.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day. Cultivate Your French is an easy way to improve your comprehension of the French language as we speak it in France.  Last week and the week before, I told you about our first week of holidays in Cluny (Burgundy region). We left Cluny and  drove to our next location : Jura. Our three daughters took horse lessons and during that time Pietro and I started our day by a nice walk in the forest. Our favorite place was the « Belvedere de la Scia ». It took us forty-five minutes to go there and we had to climb more than 200 meters. But what a nice view we had over the Jura mountains!This is where we met Mickaël who was hiking in the region and was taking a little pause. In today’s episode you are going to listen to a short conversation between Mickaël and I. All the information about the transcript is available in English at www.cultivateyourfrenchday.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. When we were in Cluny our friends Florence and Sébastien came from Lyon to stay with us for two days. Sébastien and my daughter Felicia were friends at school before his family moved to Lyon two years ago. In June, I told his mother Florence that we were coming to Cluny in July. Cluny is only an hour from Lyon by car. We visited the abbaye de Cluny on wednesday, the day of their arrival. It was a very interesting visit. There isn’t much to see because the big abbey had been destroyed after the French Revolution. But we had a wonderful guide who explained everything so well that we could imagine it. The following day, we rented bikes and part of us rode to Cormatin castle. I had a nice conversation with Emmanuel who owns the bike rental shop and he agreed to talk about his job for the podcast. This is what you are going to hear in today’s episode.    Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! All the information about the transcripts is available in English at cultivateyourfrench.com
Today’s episode takes you to Burgundy where we stayed last week. We had rented a house near Cluny. On Sunday, Lisa was feeling unwell and stayed at home almost all day. At five o’clock, I suggested that the two of us could go for a walk in the countryside. Pietro, Micaela and Felicia were in Cluny where there was a horse competition.  We took the little road that was going from La Chaume to Lournand. On that road, a cyclist asked us for his way. He wanted to go to Lournand. We continued our balade. This episode tells you about the last part of our walk.    Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! All the information about the transcripts is available in English at cultivateyourfrench.com
Today’s episode takes you to the Côte d’Azur! Yes, the south of France! This is where Murielle Iris lives and works. She has created her own company, Les Sauvages. She collects wild plants around the city of Nice : wild lavender, wild roses, thyme, cynorhodon, orange blossom, etc. Then, she transforms them into tinctures, infused oils, herbal teas, etc. She sells her product on local markets and on Internet. She enjoys sharing her knowledge about plants with people who live in the city and can’t afford to go in the nature to collect plants. I asked her how she knew when to pick up a plant and if this was a special moment. Now imagine the wonderful paysages of the Nice region, hear the wind and the bees and meet our guest! Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! All the information about the transcripts is available in English at cultivateyourfrench.com    
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. Today’s episode takes us back in the kitchen. The girls and I cooked a clafoutis a typical summer fruits recipe. I dit it with apricots, but the classical version is with dark cherries. Clafoutis are also very good with peaches. If you bake it without the fruits, it’s a « tôt fait », typical of the Burgundy region. In Brittany, this kind of recipe is made with « pruneaux », dried prunes and it’s called « le far breton ».   Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! All the information about the transcripts is available in English at cultivateyourfrench.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. In today’s episode, I take you to Paris, at the Musée de Cluny, national museum of middle ages. This week’s episode is published in two parts. Yesterday, I gave you the information about a fabulous chef d’œuvre from the Middle Ages : the golden altar frontal of the Basel Cathedral. You learnt in which cirumstances the altar frontal left the cathedral to be sold at auction in 1835. In today’s episode Christine Descatoire, curator at the museum, tells you more about who bought it and how it became part of the Musée de Cluny’s collection. Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! All the information about the transcripts is available in English at cultivateyourfrench.com
Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée de Cluny - musée national du Moyen Âge) / Michel Urtado   This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. In today’s episode, I take you to Paris, at the Musée de Cluny, national museum of middle ages. Christine Descatoire, curator at the museum, tells you about one the chefs d’œuvre that belong to the museum. It’s the altar frontal of the Basel cathedral’s treasury. It has been made for the consecration of the cathedral that took place in October, 1019 as a special gift from the Emperor Heinrich II . Basel used to be part of Burgundy. The city is now in Switzerland. How that altar frontal made of gold became part of the Musée de Cluny’s collection? This is what you are going to learn today and tomorrow. Yes, this week I’m going to publish this story in two episodes, so you can really enjoy being at the museum! Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! All the information about the transcripts is available in English at cultivateyourfrench.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. Today’s episode is about my meeting with my friend Adeline who is a patissière and also a podcaster. She runs the podcast Girls in Food. We had a work session yesterday, then we had lunch in a very nice little restaurant in rue de Condorcet. It was my first meal at the restaurant since the end of lockdown. Life is almost back to normal. Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! All the information about the transcripts is available in English at cultivateyourfrench.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. Today’s episode is the last of the Journal de bord series that I started at the begining of lockdown in France. This morning, Lisa and I went to the market and we did a few recordings as we were walking in the streets. You may also hear a few swifts! The weather is nice and hot, the swifts are very happy, they can find a lot of food. Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! All the information about the transcripts is available in English at cultivateyourfrench.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. This wee, I’ve published on the Cultivate Your French YouTube Channel 3 bonus episodes. They will take you with us for a walk in Paris from Notre-Dame to the Eiffel Tower. Things are changing in France regarding school. The president told on Sunday that all the écoliers and collégiens have to go back to school on Monday the 22nd. How did my girls react to this big news? This is what is this episode about! Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! All the informations about the transcripts are available in English at cultivateyourfrench.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. This is our fifth week after the end of lockdown. Sport within some clubs is now possible again. Last sunday I was back into the forest for the Nordic Walk session. And last monday, it was the first kung-fu class I had since the end of lockdown. Well, the teacher did some class on the Internet, but last monday it was in person and in a particular place of the Courbevoie stadium. This is what is this episode about! Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! All the informations about the transcripts are available in English at cultivateyourfrench.com
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. This is our fourth week after the end of lockdown. Lisa went back to school for 2 days last week because we were volunteers to do so. But at the end of these 2 days the teacher told me that it was Lisa’s last day at school. After the shock, on Tuesday evening, I decided that it wouldn’t be that way and I sent an email to the teacher. You are going to listen today to what happened next. Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! all the informations about the transcripts are available in English at cultivateyourfrench.comYou can follow me either on Facebook, Instragram or Twitter @onethinginafrenchday
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. The weather is very nice and warm in Paris these days. Lockdown is over now for us, although we are not allowed to go farther than 100 km. Last friday we took our car and went to Rueil Malmaison only a few kilometres away from our house. Where did we go, this is what you are going to hear today! Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! all the informations about the newsletter and the transcripts are available in English at cultivateyourfrench.comYou can follow me either on Facebook, Instragram or Twitter @onethinginafrenchday   In this podcast : Gilles Cresno chocolatier : https://www.gilles-cresno-chocolatier.com/
This is Laetitia and you are listening to Cultivate Your French podcast, the slow version of One Thing In A French Day podcast. I hope you are well and happy. We have a wonderful weather in Paris and lockdown is over now. We can go out whenever we want although we cannot go farther than 100 km. But it tates like freedom! Thank you so much for your enthousiasm about the podcast! The episode that I have chosen for you from One Thing In A French Day is : Journal de bord 58e jour : première visite All the informations about the newsletter and the transcripts are available in English at cultivateyourfrench.comYou can follow me either on Facebook, Instragram or Twitter @onethinginafrenchday
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