Translation:As usual, Léa gave me some beautiful flowers.
I get the assumption that "belles fleurs" is plural here, because of the keyword "de" or "some". But is there a way to tell the difference between hearing "belles fleurs" and "belle fleur" ? The audio did not make the s sound or even "liasoned" the s sound after "belles". I hope this makes sense, and appreciate any insights. :)
French uses offrir as give in the context of giving presents. https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/french-english/offrir
When the "des" would come before an adjective (here "belles") it becomes "de" (or "d'"). https://french.kwiziq.com/revision/grammar/use-de-d-instead-of-des-in-front-of-adjectives-preceding-nouns-partitive-article