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A step by step guide in building French sentences

What you will learn

Learn to use more than 250 top spoken words in French, which covers about 50% of the spoken language.

An immersive course is the best way to learn a language.

Understand and speak basic French sentences through repetitive and constructive sentence building.

Build a strong foundation before continuing to a more advanced level.

Description

Problem: You want to learn the basics of French but you don’t know where to start.

We have a solution for you! Our complete beginner’s French language learning course will help you learn the fundamentals of French in a matter of weeks. You see, learning 75% of a language only takes about 500 words. So if you go smart about it, you can take a little short cut. But it takes military discipline.

The French language can be intimidating to beginners, so trust the experts to kick-start your learning in the right direction. We’ll get you up to speed on how to get to your French learning goals as soon as possible.

This downloadable course is packed with simple methods and techniques that will help you get started quickly and easily. This is a sequential course that starts of slow, but at the end you’ll have a solid basis and you’ll be able to form sentences on your own. This course focusses on the hands-on practical side of French, not the theoreticals.


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You’ll learn:

  • How to introduce yourself while travelling in France or other French-speaking countries.
  • French numbers, genders, colors and places.
  • How to use adjectives to spice up your sentences.
  • Use verbs and conjugate them in the present tense.

You will be able to communicate in “real-life” situations as you will have no problem understanding what is said to you and what you have to say. You will be able to use the conversations we developed in the course to chat with local people, start a conversation with anyone you see (not only waiters or bartender) and make new acquaintances while traveling.

Isn’t that great ?

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Content

The most important verbs: être – to be

Lesson 1: to be – être
Lesson 2: to have – avoir

Vocabulary and verbs

Lesson 3: conjugate verbs on -er / parler
Lesson 4: conjugate verbs on -er / manger
Lesson 5: animals

Greetings and formalities

Lesson 6: greetings
Lesson 7: formalities

Adjectives

Lesson 8: adjectives
Lesson 9: Adjectives II
Lesson 10: colors

Vocabulary and verbs

Lesson 11: numbers
Lesson 12: places
Lesson 13: more verbs

Repetition

Lesson 14: repetition

French sayings

Lesson 15: French sayings

BONUS

Lesson 16: French love quotes