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Passerelles ep. 1, Quiz 15: très intéressante

FacebookTweetPinLinkedIn This clip is from Passerelles Episode 1. Listen and fill in what you hear below. Read more and find a translation below. Listen to the full episode here. This audio sample and transcription is from Passerelles ep. 1. We do not own the content. Listen to the entire episode Very interesting What’s opening up… Read…

This clip is from Passerelles Episode 1. Listen and fill in what you hear below. Read more and find a translation below. Listen to the full episode here.

9 seconds, 23 words

This audio sample and transcription is from Passerelles ep. 1. We do not own the content. Listen to the entire episode

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préparant l'épisode, 'podcast 'invitésditphraseque '.
Enpréparant l'épisode, j'aiécoutépodcast l'uninvitésaditphraseque j'aitrouvée.

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En préparant l’épisode de cette semaine, j’ai écouté un podcast et l’un des invités a dit cette phrase que j’ai trouvée très intéressante.

In preparing this week’s episode, I listened to a podcast and one of the guests said this sentence which I found very interesting.

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What does “l’un des” mean?

“L’un des” is a French expression that translates to “one of the” or “one of the” in English. It is used to indicate that something or someone is part of a group or a category.

“L’un des” is typically followed by a noun phrase to specify the group or category to which the item or person belongs. It is used to highlight the uniqueness or distinction of the particular element being referred to.

Examples:

  • C’est l’un des meilleurs restaurants de la ville. (It is one of the best restaurants in the city.)
  • Il est l’un des acteurs les plus talentueux de sa génération. (He is one of the most talented actors of his generation.)
  • C’est l’une des chansons les plus populaires de l’album. (It is one of the most popular songs on the album.)

“L’un des” can be used to emphasize the exceptional or notable status of the item or person being described. It suggests that the particular element stands out among others in the same category.

The use of “l’un des” is common in French literature and expressions to emphasize the significance or uniqueness of something. It adds a touch of distinction and refinement to the description.

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1 thought on “Passerelles ep. 1, Quiz 15: très intéressante”

  1. This is really what I need from French – listening comprehension. When she said “L’un Des” I heard “Lundi” and when she said “Dit Cette” I heard “Dix-Sept”. Need more practice!

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