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C'est la vie's Word of the Week from CBC Radio: Episodes

Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "quart", which means quarter.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "toujours", which means always, still, and forever.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "flatter", which means to flatter and to pet(an animal).
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "imposer", which means to impose and to tax.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "haleine", which means breath.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "Dieu", which means God.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "flèche", which means arrow.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Wordy Lady Johanne Blais discuss "voilà".
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "roi" which means king, and "reine" which means queen.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "secouer", which means to shake.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "découvrir", which means to discover.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais talk about "soigner", which means to treat, to look after and take care of.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "offrir", which means to give and to offer.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "montant(e)", which means rising. "Montant" also means a sum, an amount. "En montant" means climbing.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "ficher", which means to do, to put, to ruin, and to throw out.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais, discuss "quelconque" and "quiconque". "Quelconque" means some, any. "Quiconque" means whoever, anyone.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "pur(e)", which means pure.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "facile", which means easy.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "défiler", which means to unthread, to march and to scroll.
Bernard and Johanne disccus "mouiller", which means to wet.
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