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Géopolitique 20150420, Quiz 8: autrement dit

    Improve your ear for French with this clip from the Géopolitique podcast. It’s 50 words in 21 seconds. How many can you hear and understand? Improve your listening comprehension with our transcription quizzes!

    Learn French with a podcast snippet! This clip is from Géopolitique Episode from 20 April 2015: “Le drame des réfugiés et les questions à nous poser”. Listen and fill in what you hear below. Read more and find a translation below. Find the full podcast here.

    21 seconds, 50 words
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    sont,autrementdit,majoritéscitoyenseuropéens 'armée 'politiqueétrangèrecommune,conséquencesdéfiscommunsauxquelscollectivementconfrontésappelantclairementleursvœuxconstruction 'Europepolitique 'exécutifcommun ?
    sont,autrementdit,majoritéscitoyenseuropéensprêtsàsedoter 'armée 'politiqueétrangèrecommune,àaccepterdetirerconséquencesdéfiscommunsauxquelscollectivementconfrontésappelantclairementleursvœuxconstruction 'Europepolitiquedisposant 'exécutifcommun ?

    The above audio sample and transcription is from Géopolitique Episode from 20 April 2015. We do not own the content. The opinions expressed in this podcast snippet are the speaker’s own. We do not own this content, it is for learning purposes only. Listen to the entire episode here.

    In other words

    I hope it’s because I’m tired, but this episode seems to get harder and harder. In other words, I’m not sure I’m making progress.

    But progress is being made, I’m understanding more about which words to make blank and how that will drive learning for myself.

    This has definitely been a tough clip. One more clips to go! But my goal is still the same, I need to push the tempo of words per minute up. I want to understand faster things, even if it means biting off more than I can chew right now.

    Where are you on the sliding scale? How did you find this snippet?

    This podcast is a bit of older news, but still an interesting listen. Please note, the opinions expressed in this voice essay are not mine, I just want to use it for learning purposes.

    The clip in English

    Find a translation of this audio snippet here, how much of this did you hear?

    Où sont, autrement dit, les majorités de citoyens européens prêts à se doter d’une armée et d’une politique étrangère commune, à accepter de tirer les conséquences des défis communs auxquels nous sommes collectivement confrontés en appelant clairement de leurs vœux la construction d’une Europe politique disposant d’un exécutif commun ?

    Where, in other words, are the majorities of European citizens ready to give themselves a common army and a common foreign policy, to accept to draw the consequences of the common challenges we are collectively facing by clearly calling for the construction of a political Europe with a common executive?

    The above French text translated with Deepl.

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    autrement dit

    se doter

    d’une armée

    tirer les conséquences

    défis communs

    auxquels

    clairement de leurs vœux

    disposant d’un

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