Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Three native French speakers speak the French text from Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Recorded by Jim Johnson.


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French names, words, and phrases spoken in Christopher Hampton’s play, Les Liaisons Dangereuses.  The page numbers reference the Samuel French edition. It features three native French speakers, each of whom reads through the word list below. The first speaker is Dr. Claudine Giacchetti, Professor of French and Director of the French Program at the University of Houston. She is a native of Paris. The second speaker is a male native of Paris, Jean-Christophe Hilaire. The third speaker is Isabelle Hilaire, a female native of Marseilles.  They were recorded by Jim Johnson, Associate Professor at the University of Houston and founder of AccentHelp.com,
which features downloadable dialect training materials.

14 Maman
Valmont
Monsieur le Vicomte de Valmont
15 madame
Vicomte
Cécile
Madame de Rosemonde
château
17 Gercourt
Cécile Volanges
Corsica
18 Belleroche
Danceny
19 Madame de TourvelBurgundy
23 livres
26 Georges
28 Monsieur le Curé
33 Émilie
35 chaise-longue
curé
39 Monsieur de Merteuil
Merteuil
40 Mademoiselle de Volanges
41 coquette
Chevalier
42 Versailles
46 Comtesse de Beaulieu
Comtesse
47 Armand
Monsieur Armand
49 Solange
60 Monsieur de Gercourt
62 Monsieur le Comte de Gercourt
64 Mesdames
Monsieur
69 Monsieur de Vressac
72 Adéle
76 Father Anselme
Julie
77 Clarissa
Duchesse
Madame the Duchesse
97 Mademoiselle Cécile
98 Marquise
0 Azolan