French for Beginners Course

OH LA LA, FRENCH FOR BEGINNERS!

Fun French Courses for Beginners

French for Beginners Course


PART 1: OH LA LA, I’M STARTING FRENCH!

“Oh La, La, I’m Starting French!” is a full French course for beginners, level 1. It is made of 10 video lesson. Each lesson is divided into 3 or 4 parts for you to work on, in your own time. The videos are between 9 and 13 minutes long, and are illustrated by the first 10 videos of comedic web series “Oh La La, Hollywood Speaks French!”.  

The first video lesson of this French for Beginners 1 course, is available for free! You just need to register and follow the guidelines. You’ll thus unlock very helpful features such as interactive exercises and the pdf files (or written lessons) of the course. So register now! Below you will find an overview of the lessons included in this course.

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Overview of the French for Beginners 1 Program:

French for Beginners, lesson 7.2: Count up to 69 in French

Lesson 1: “Meet & Greet” / “Tu & Vous” / Basic French vocabulary

Lesson 2: French Pronunciation / Vocabulary Survival Kit / Subject Pronouns / Verbal Groups

Lesson 3: Conjugate “être” (Present Tense) / “Être” in the Negative / Adjectives of Nationalities

Lesson 4: French definite articles / Masculine & Feminine of Nouns / Plural of Nouns / How to form a basic sentence

Lesson 5: Conjugate -ER ending Verbs in the Present / Vocabulary Building / Prepositions to use with Countries and Cities

Lesson 6: Listening Comprehension & Vocabulary / Indefinite articles / Conjugate “avoir” in the Present / “Avoir” Expressions

French for Beginners Lesson 6.1: learn new words/expressions

Lesson 7: Listening Comprehension & Vocabulary / Numbers up to 69 / How to say your Age / Numbers from 70 upwards

Lesson 8: Days, Months & Time / Asking for the time (Practice) / French Military Time

Lesson 9: Conjugate “Faire” in the Present / Asking Questions with yes or no answers / Asking Questions with QUEL

Lesson 10: Asking Questions with Interrogative Words / Expressing Likes & Dislikes / Difference between “c’est” and “il, elle est”

ENROLL IN “OH LA LA, I’M STARTING FRENCH!” HERE

FRENCH FOR BEGINNERS COURSE – 1 –

 


PART 2: OH LA LA, MY FRENCH’S GETTING BETTER!

Have you already completed the “Oh La La, I’m Starting French!” course (Beginners 1)?! Great, you can move on to “Oh La La, My French’s Getting Better” (Beginners, level 2)!

Just like the “French for Beginners 1 Course”, each lesson is divided into 3 or 4 parts for you to work on, in your own time. The videos are between 9 and 13 minutes long, and are illustrated by the last 10 videos of comedic web series “Oh La La, Hollywood Speaks French!”.

The first video lesson of this French for Beginners 2 course, is available for free! You just need to register and follow the guidelines. You’ll thus unlock very helpful features such as interactive exercises and the pdf files (written lessons) of the course. So register now! Or check out the teaser if you still have doubts! Below, you will also find an overview of the lessons included in this course.

REGISTER FOR FRENCH FOR BEGINNERS COURSE – LEVEL 2 –

Teaser of 2nd French Beginners Course on Curious. Register now! 

 

Overview of the French for Beginners 2 Program:

Lesson 1: Family Vocabulary & Listening Comprehension / French Possessive Adjectives “Mon, Ma, Mes, Ton, Ta, Tes, Son, Sa, Ses” / Adjectives Agreement

Lesson 2: Conjugate “Vouloir” in the Present Tense / Conjugate “Pouvoir” in the Present Tense / Listening Comprehension / Possessive Structure with “de”

Lesson 3: Conjugate Verbs in the Imperative Mode / Reflexive Verbs / Listening Comprehension / BAGS Adjectives (placed before nouns)

Lesson 4: French Possessive Adjectives “Notre, Votre, Leur” / Form Complex Sentences / Vocabulary & Listening Comprehension / Disjunctive Pronouns

Lesson 5: Alternate use of “Être” & “Avoir” / From Adjectives to Adverbs / How to Express Wants & Desires

Lesson 6: Vocabulary & Listening Comprehension on Animals / Plural of -al Ending Words / Conjugate “Prendre” in the Present Tense / “Prendre” Expressions

French for beginners

Lesson 7: Vocabulary & Listening Comprehension / Conjugate “Aller” in the Present / The Nearby Future or “Futur Proche” / Ordinal Numbers

Lesson 8: How to Set up a Business Meeting in French / Listening Comprehension & Vocabulary on “Setting a Date” / Conjugate of “Devoir” in the Present

Lesson 9: Slang Vocabulary & Listening Comprehension / French Levels of Speech / Listening Comprehension & “Il Faut” 

Lesson 10: Passé Composé with “Avoir” / Asking Questions in the Past / Form Sentences in the Past Using Specific Time Expressions

ENROLL IN “OH LA LA, MY FRENCH’S GETTING BETTER!” HERE

FRENCH FOR BEGINNERS COURSE – 2 –

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