A fun exercise and review of "les boissons".
Just a note that I had to listen to the phrase, "une bonne tisane" several times because it also sounded to me as if the speaker is saying, "le" instead of "une". Because, I know that "tisane" is feminine I was finally able to hear the "une". But, it wasn't clear, especially for an exercise at this listening level. I think that part of the problem is that he is pronouncing the "e" as a schwa sound - an extra syllable like they do in the South of France.
Dictation exercise A1
Bonjour N. Hilary,
Thank you for your kind feedback on this exercise. I listened to the recording and "une bonne tidane" is clear to my "native ears", if a little bit quickly pronounced.
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
I think the "une" is perfectly pronounced. Try to listen to other "documents sonores" and you will get to hear that better. Merci !
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