What does the French word listen mean?

What does the French word listen mean?

1. ( to sound) écouter. listen! écoutez ! Listen, I finish at one.

How do you say I listened to in French?


  1. listen! écoutez ! Listen, I finish at one.
  2. to listen closely écouter attentivement. If you listen closely, you can hear the sea. Si vous écoutez attentivement, vous pouvez entendre la mer.
  3. to listen to sb écouter qn. Listen to me! Écoutez-moi !
  4. to listen to sth écouter qch. Listen to this! Écoutez ça !

What are the French TV channels?

National channels (Metropolitan France)

EPG No. Channel Broadcast hours
1 TF1 24 hours
2 France 2 24 hours
3 France 3 24 hours
4 Canal+ 24 hours

What are French TVS like?

French television is generally not of a great standard, but no worse than the UK and probably better than the US. Of course, there are exceptions where a programme of very high quality and international appeal is produces. After a year or two I stopped noticing dubbing any more except on very cheap programmes.

Is TV Free in France?

Digital television is also well developed in France. Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) is known as TNT – Télévision Numérique Terrestre – in France. There are some free channels (France 4, France 5, France O, ARTE, LCP…), but you’ll need a decoder to access them.

How can I watch UK TV in France for free?

When the question comes to get UK live TV channels in France the choice is between a satellite receiver, broadband HD TV reciever, or web streaming TV online services. A total of 140 UK TV channels are available for FREE via a satellite dish and if this is not enough a sky subscription will add even extra choice.

How can I get French TV in UK?

You can access Euronews and switch the audio to French on channel 620 on Virgin Media (UK), channel 203 (UPC Ireland). Many French TV stations broadcast some programmes via their websites. Find out about online programmes.

What is the English Channel called?

English Channel, also called The Channel, French La Manche, narrow arm of the Atlantic Ocean separating the southern coast of England from the northern coast of France and tapering eastward to its junction with the North Sea at the Strait of Dover (French: Pas de Calais).

How do I get Fransat UK?

Fransat offers French TV national broadcasts in the UK received via a 60cm satellite dish. Fransat consists of the popular 18 channel TNTSat group of channels (plus additional 6 HD channels) including TF1, M6, France 2, 3, 4, 5 etc.

What satellite does UK use in France?

Satellite dishes Those that carry the UK TV channels are on the Astra 2 grouping at 28.2 degrees East. The satellites are about 33,000 Km away so accurate positioning is essential. There should be no obstacles (trees or tall buildings) between the dish and the satellite.

Can I get Canal Plus in UK?

There is no Canal Plus UK subscription, after all. Users from all other countries except France and Luxembourg will get a big STOP sign as soon as they try to access it.

How do I get French satellite TV?

TNTSat is possibly the most popular way to view French TV via Satellite. As with Fransat you will require a Satellite Dish and compatible TNTSat Satellite Receiver and Viewing Card. As with Fransat over 30 French National channels are available including TF1 France2 France3 M6 etc.

What channels are on free to air satellite?

The most common North American sources for free-to-air DVB satellite television are:

  • NHK World HD on Intelsat 9 (58°W)
  • Retro Television Network, Tuff TV on AMC 9 (83°W)
  • LPB Louisiana PBS channels LPBHD, LPB2, and LPB3 (Create) on SES 2 (89°W)

How do I get tv5 Monde?

How can I reach out to TV5MONDE USA? We can be reached directly via phone at 800.737. 0455. You may also email [email protected] for more information.

What is a TNT decoder?

TNT is a French digital terrestrial service (i.e. from land based transmitters) & is received via an aerial. The services do not mix; your Sky box needs to be connected to it’s dish to receive incoming broadcasts, & then to your TV via an HDMI or SCART connexion.