Episode 3 – Introduce yourself like a native

Welcome to the third episode of the French Blabla podcast where we will cover tips to increase your fluency while boosting your way of learning. In today’s episode, we will go back to the first lesson ever that you took in French.  You remember when you learnt how to introduce yourself? I’m sure you only repeated “Je m’appelle” and I’m afraid this is not what natives would say.

In this Episode

  • Ways to introduce yourself
  • Say bye bye to artificial French
  • How to behave when you meet somebody

Here you can find today’s show notes. Not only will you find the expressions of the podcast, you will also learn how to say that you’re fine and to ask how the person is. If you’re on Twitter, follow me at @French_Blabla to get your daily fix of French language and fun.

Music by bensound.com

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5 thoughts on “Episode 3 – Introduce yourself like a native

  1. guitar107 says:

    Bonjour Caroline,
    La semaine dernière je suis allé a une rencontrer d’un groupe de “Conversation en français”.
    C’était bien (it was cool) J’ai recontré plusieurs personnes. Je n’ai pas dit “je m’appelle”. 🙂
    Mais c’était difficile pour moi dire “moi, c’est …” (je crois que je l’ai dit une fois), mais après j’ai dit “moi, je suis …”
    Ça était à peu près bon(juste) ? 🙂

    • Caro says:

      Super pour le bon “c’était à peu près bon ?” c’est correct 🙂
      Soit tu dis “moi c’est…” ou “je suis…” mais un mix des deux c’est un peu bizarre. En tout cas félicitations de ne pas avoir dit “je m’appelle” ! C’est super !

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