Un café s’il vous plaît

Un café s’il vous plaît

Un café s’il vous plaît

In this post, “Un café s’il vous plaît”, A coffee please You are going to listen to a short conversation in the RED and BLUE format. This short conversation will help you to improve your speaking skills in a very interactive way.

Short Video

 Short  – Conversation 

French English
La cliente: Bonjour monsieur…  un café s’il vous plaît. Customer: Good morning, sir… a coffee please.
L’employé:  Un café…et avec ceci ? Employee: Coffee…and with this?
La cliente:  Le beignet Boston à l’érable, s’il vous plaît. Customer: The Boston maple donut, please.
L’employé: Voilà, madame, ça fait 3 dollars 50. Employee: Here you go, ma’am, that’s $3.50.
La cliente:  Tenez. Customer: Here you go
L’employé: Merci. Employee: Thank you.

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