This exercise is broken into more audio files than usual. This means that each file is shorter, and this is very helpful as I listen to each section many times, usually just to hear a couple of difficult parts that I’m having trouble understanding. I thought it would be useful to let you have this feedback! :)
Learn about Bretagne's famous dessert Kouign Amann (butter cake) in this first installment of our Spécialités de Bretagne series. Below the video you'll find the transcript: click any word for the English translation and links to related grammar lessons.
Note: The tenses in this French article and its English translation don't match! In French, we use the present and future tenses to describe historical stories like this to evoke a sense of immediacy, whereas in English, we commonly use the past tense - learn more about historical French tenses.