The French phrase "C'est fait" explained

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French to English translation

How to pronounce

Slow pronunciation

Normal pronunciation

Example in a story with translation

Now, let’s see a complete example of this idiom in a story with slow French audio and the English translation below.
Une théière qui coûte cher
An expensive teapot
Léa nettoyait son appartement, lorsque l’électricité coupa soudainement.
Léa was cleaning her apartment, when the electricity suddenly cut off.
Léa:   Bon sang ! Qu’est-ce que c’est cette fois ?
Damn it! What is it this time?
Elle est allée vérifier s’il y avait de l’électricité dans les autres appartements de l’immeuble.
She went to check if there was electricity in the other apartments of the building.
Léa:   Ah, c’est juste dans mon appartement… Hum, que dois-je faire ?
Ah, it’s just in my apartment… Hm, what should I do?
Elle a décidé d’appeler un électricien.
She decided to call an electrician.
Elle en a trouvé un sur Internet, et a appelé…
She found one on the Internet, and called…
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