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French for you, French course for beginners and intermediate
French for you, French course for beginners and intermediate
.MP4 | Video: 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch | 10.6 GB
Duration: 11.5 hours | Genre: eLearning | Language: English

French language course for beginners but also for those who have a rough knowledge and want to improve their skills.
What you'll learn
Understand French as it is really spoken in France.
Get the correct French pronunciation and speak naturally
Have sufficient grammatical knowledge to prepare for the Delf A2 and B1 exams
Be well prepared for the written language thanks to exercises and dictations
None, the course is suitable for beginners but also for those who have a rough knowledge and want to improve their skills.
This course covers various language skills: oral comprehension and expression, reading and written expression. The particularity of this course lies in the teaching material based on simple specially made cartoons. The lessons are made of two parts: the cartoons involving characters who express themselves in a natural way, and my explanations in English, up to lesson 20, then in French.
The course is divided into 8 dossiers (sections) for a total of 70 video lessons + 3 bonus lessons. In addition to the video lessons, each dossier has a downloadable illustrated pdf with images of the cartoons, grammar tables, transcripts of the explanations in French. The dossiers also include pronunciation exercises, written exercises and dictations. A short downloadable pronunciation course is provided with the course.
Content video-course "French for you" by dossier
Dossier 1 (Lessons 1 to 9)
Introducing yourself; name and surname
Where are you from? + answer
Indicate your nationality
Verb to be first- and second-person plural
Pronouncing some nasal vowels.
Conjugation -er verbs
Differentiate sounds u and ou; differentiate sounds on and onne
Feminine forms of the adjectives
Conjugation of reflexive verbs
Tu and VOUS
Nasal vowels
Making the difference between comme and comment
Present indicative of être, venir, s'appeler, pouvoir
Distinguish words containing sounds u and ou. Distinction between male and female sounds
When to use il est or c'est.
Definite and indefinite articles
Il y a
Numbers from 1 to 20
Differentiate the an and anne sounds
4 Pronunciation exercises
5 written exercises1
Oral comprehension test
Dossier 2 (Lessons 9 to 18)
Introduce yourself and behave formally
The verb connaitre (know)
The two pronunciations of the vowel e
Special features of verbs in -ier
The elision - Conjugation verbs avoir (have), dire (say), drink, make to present indicative
Some pronouns complement
Negative form
Use of voici and voilà
Summary of possessive adjectives
Distinguishing and pronouncing accents
Numbers up to 69
Cardinal and ordinal numerals, use
Accents on letters a, i, u and spelling reform
Particularity of adjectives in the EAU
The various ways of indicating and addressing a person
The two meanings of the word enfant. The two meanings of the word parent
Imperative affirmative and negative
Demonstrative adjectives
Family members
Positive and negative equivalences
Pronunciation of nasal vowels
Oral comprehension test 2
Dossier 3 (lessons 19 to 27 + bonus 1)
The two meanings of the verb aimer
Homophones mer, mère, maire
The various comparatives
Use of adverbs très, beaucoup and assez
Lexicon on food 1 part one
The various uses of the pronoun ça and related expressions
Neutral demonstrative pronouns. Demonstrative pronouns masculine, feminine and plural
Summary of the numbers with the peculiarities of those related to the tens 70, 80, 90
Lexicon on animals
French interrogative sentences
The various forms of response to thank you.
Position of adjectives in the sentence
Conjugation of some irregular verbs
Expressions to situate oneself in time (since, ago : depuis, il y a)
Why and because in French
The near future
Lexicon on food part 2
Dictations and written exercises
Dossier 4 (lessons 28 to 36)
Near future, recent past, present progressive
The conditional tense used for courtesy
The adverbs here and there
Asking about things. Asking about people
The negative form of the zero quantity.
Lexicon body parts, part one 1
The various ways of asking for and indicating the time
Negative applied to an adjective, name or adverb
How the time is divided
The various moments of the day
How to situate oneself in time with its adverbs
No preposition after aller + infinitive
Contracted articles in French
The "tonic" pronouns used as subject and complement after a preposition
The verbs recevoir, rejoindre, courir, ouvrir
Office vocabulary
Dictations and written exercises
Oral compréhension test 3
Dossier 5 (Lessons 37-45 + Bonus 2)
Use of the indefinite pronoun ON in its various meanings
Aller used as auxiliary verb
Ask about the quantity
Interrogatuve sentences with question terms
The main French computer terms
Alternative way of counting from 1100 to 1999
Lexicon airport - airplane
Adjective indefinite chaque
Pronouns chacun, chacune
Equivalent of since and as soon as
Talking about the weather conditions -Seasons and months
The "passé composé" - Rules about the past participle
Conjugation of the future tense
Clothing vocabulary
Construction of the imparfait
The pronoun Y
Special use of valoir
Negative form of the infinitive
Lexicon Clothing and accessories
Dictations and written expercises
Oral comprehension test 4
Dossier 6 (lessons 46-54)
Meaning and use of porter, apporter, emporter
Relative pronouns - Partitive articles
The pronoun EN
Conjugation of savoir, voir, partir, sortir
Phonetic distinction EN - ON
Lexicon : food part 2
Use of the indefinite negative pronoun RIEN - Use of the indefinite negative pronoun PERSONNE
Use of the indefinite negative pronoun QUELQU'UN
The homophones fois, foi, foie
Asking questions with qu'est-ce que, qui est-ce que, qu'est-ce qui, qui est-ce qui, qui e que
How old ....
Formation of the subjunctive
The adverb TOUT -The adjective TOUT- The pronoun TOUT
Use of "il faut"
Saying "si" instead of OUI to contest a negative statement
Geographical lexicon
Dictations and written exercises
Dossier 7 (lessons 55 to 63)
Express dates -Expressing historical moments
meanings of Valoir
Particularity in the conjugation of verbs in -ayer, oyer, uyer
Booking a train trip
In-depth use of the pronoun ça
How to pay in France (expressions)
Construction of the hypothetical sentences introduced by SI (if)
Quoi interrogative pronoun - Quoi relative pronoun
Various meanings of drôle
Possessive pronouns
Use of the preposition à to indicate possession
Prepositions sur, sous and related adverbs
Use of the pronoun soi
The indefinite quelques and aucun
Dictations and written exercises
Dossier 8 (lessons 64 to 70 B + Bonus 3)
Special features of verbs offrir and ouvrir
Wish in French
Use the double pronouns complement
Position of Y and EN with the other pronouns
Asking and giving directions - Indication of a route
When to use the subjunctive and when to use the indicative - Conjunctions followed by the subjunctive
Use of entre and parmi ( between and among)
Homophones Conte, Comte, Compte
Bonheur and malheur, related adjectives and adverbs
Differentiation between immeuble and palais compared to the English term palace
Time adverbs: à tout de suite, à tout à l'heure, à plus tard, à bientôt
Use of même after a personal pronoun
Dictations, written exercices,, Oral comprehension test 5
Who this course is for:
Foreign language high school students, university students, Erasmus candidates, Delf candidates up to B1, independent workers, Entrepreneurs, managers, travelers

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