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Common abbreviations used in chat, emails, SMS (texto in French) or when taking notes. Here are the 10 most common French ones: BJR = bonjour = hi BSR = bonsoir = have a good night, hi (in the evening) SLT = salut
  • MDR = mort(e) de rire = LOL
  • JTM = je t’aime = I love you (I’m in love with you)
  • MSG = un message = message
  • PK = pourquoi? = why?
  • QQC = quelque chose = something
  • QQ1 = quelqu’un = someone
  • BZ = bisous, bises = kisses


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    Born and raised in Paris, I have been teaching today's French to adults for 20 years in the US and France. Based on my students' goals and needs, I've created unique downloadable French audiobooks focussing on French like it's spoken today, for all levels. Most of my audiobooks are recorded at several speeds to help you conquer the modern French language. Good luck with your studies and remember, repetition is the key!

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