8-second French: do you know the French word for ‘nutcase?’



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If you didn’t catch the date, this page might be helpful to you: https://fluentlistener.com/french-numbers/
As far as c’est ça, you’ll hear it often in spoken French. The formal version is c’est cela, but you probably won’t hear that in spoken French.
If there is a word you didn’t hear, please send me a message via the comments below.

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