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

Bernard and Johanne discuss "contraire", which means opposite, contrary and against.
This week we bring you a discussion of Cajun French, recorded a few years ago when C'est la vie went to Louisiana.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "jamais", which means never and ever.
Guest host Elizabeth Robertson and Word lady Johanne Blais discuss "hors", which means out of, outside, away from.
Guest host Elizabeth Robertson and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "mode", which means fashion, trend and way.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "occuper", which means to occupy to take up, to hold, to take over, etc.
There will be no Word of the Week podcasts throughout the summer. But expect new podcasts starting in September. Thanks for subscribing!
Bernard and Johanne discuss "trois" which means three.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "sans", which means without.
Bernard St-Laurent and Johanne Blais discuss "mou" and "molle", which means soft.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "noyer", which means to drown.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "résister", which means to resist, to overcome and to withstand.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "manière", which means way or manner.
"Manières" means manners.
We're sorry, but there is no Word of the Week this week. Our Word Lady, Johanne Blais, will be back next week.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "mordre", which means to bite.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "reste", which means rest and scrap or remnant. "Restes" means leftovers.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "peur", which means fear, fright and scare.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "suite", which means sequel, follow up, result, and suite.
Guest host Elizabeth Robertson and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "retirer", which means to take off.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "numéro", which means number and act.
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