Level B2 - Advanced French Mini-Dialogues
One page dialogues are a great way to keep high level French fun and interesting!
Advanced French Midi-Dialogues
This set of nine readings (one page each) is for upper-intermediate B2 level learners. These dialogues are great for advanced students as the level of grammar and vocabulary is quite high and challenging. These readings are a fun way to keep high level French fun and interesting! This is the way French people really talk, and it's quite hard to find authentic resources like these.
English translations are NOT included. There will be a lot of new vocabulary and expressions, but try to figure them out through context. Of course, you can always look words up in a dictionary. What if you get stuck? Write to me, and I'll help you out. Scroll down to see the titles of the readings as well as some excerpts.
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Un couple déjeune:
Sophie: Ah oui tu as raison, les pailles sont représentatives des dérives du consumérisme. Alors qu’est-ce que tu me conseilles? Ils ont des plats végétariens?
Les bons amis:
La mauvaise humeur:
Jean: Non merci, je vais prendre le poisson grillé s’il en reste et un verre de blanc ainsi qu’une carafe d’eau, et rajoutez-moi une petite salade verte pour commencer.
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