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L. Van Dixhoorn
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They come from countries like Nepal, Slovakia, Sudan and Quebec, some are at college or university, others are artists, and all of them have just moved to Paris. They want to learn more about the French capital, its residents, codes, culture and social life: How do you find your way round Paris? What’s the best area to look for a hotel? How do you avoid being shoved in the Métro? How do you choose a good bottle of wine? What does cheese “à pâte persillée” mean? Why do French people spend so long having lunch? To answer their questions, RFI invited them to act as apprentice reporters and go out to meet some “real” Parisians.

Discover Paris through the eyes of people visiting the capital and follow the guide in 26 bilingual reports on Parlez-vous Paris?  Take an authentic stroll around the capital to decode the city, its language and culture and discover real Parisians accompanied by 18 foreigners in Paris.

« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-Arabic

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« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-English

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« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-Chinese

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« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-Khmer

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« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-Persian

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« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-Portuguese

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« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-Brazilian Portuguese

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« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-Romanian

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« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-Russian

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« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-Spanish

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« Parlez-vous Paris ? » in French-Vietnamese

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Posted on 2019/11/28 - Modified on 2019/11/28

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