French for Beginners Course

OH LA LA, FRENCH FOR BEGINNERS!

Fun French Course for Beginners

This is a full French course for beginners. Each lesson is divided into 3 or 4 parts for you to work on every week. The videos are between 9 and 13 minutes, and are illustrated by web series “Oh La La, Hollywood Speaks French!”.  All the videos are available for free, but to unlock further features such as interactive exercises and the pdf file of the course, you need to register on Curious.com.

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Below is your free French Course. Bon français!

French for Beginners Lesson 1.1: Meet & Greet

French for Beginners Course

Learn French basic words and expressions that you can use when you meet and greet someone. 

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French for Beginners Lesson 1.2: Tu & Vous

Oh la la French for Beginners Course

French for Beginners Lesson 1, part 2: Learn the difference between formal and informal speech in French, and in particular learn how to use the French personal pronouns TU and VOUS. 

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French for Beginners Lesson 1.3: Basic Useful Vocabulary

French For Beginners Lesson 1 Basic phrases

French for beginners course, lesson 1, part 3: learn how to introduce oneself and someone else in French. Useful French basic words and expressions. Includes webisode 1 of “Oh La La, Hollywood Speaks French!” with bilingual subtitles. 

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French for Beginners Lesson 2.1: Pronunciation

French for Beginners Course, Lesson 2

French for beginners course, lesson 2, part 1: Learn about French pronunciation and in particular practice the French nasal sounds and vowels. Oh là là!!!

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French for Beginners Lesson 2.2: Vocabulary Survival Kit

French for Beginners Course, Lesson 2

French for Beginners Course, Lesson 2, part 2:

Learn some very useful French words and expressions such as: “je ne comprends pas” (I don’t understand!!). 

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French for Beginners Lesson 2.3: Subject Pronouns

French for Beginners Lesson 2.3 on Subject Pronouns

French for Beginners Course, Lesson 2, part 3: discover French subject pronouns JE, TU, IL, ELLE, ON, NOUS, VOUS, ILS, ELLES and learn how to use them in a sentence.  

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French for Beginners Lesson 2.4: Verbal Groups

French for Beginners Lesson 2.4 on French Verbal groups

French for Beginners Course, Lesson 2, part 4: get familiar with the 3 verbal groups we, Frenchies, refer to to know how to conjugate any French verb!

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French for Beginners: Être in the Present Tense

French for Beginners Lesson 3.1 on Conjugating Etre

French for Beginners Lesson 3.1: Learn how to conjugate the French helping verb Être in the present tense.

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French for Beginners Lesson 3.2: Être in the Negative

French for Beginners Lesson 3.2 on the negative of Être

French for Beginners Lesson 3.2: Learn how to conjugate the helping verb Être in the negative form.

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French for Beginners Lesson 3.3: Adjectives of Nationalities

French for Beginners Lesson 3.3 on Adjectives of Nationalities

French for Beginners Lesson 3.3: Learn various adjectives of nationalities in French and know how to use them since they vary in gender and number with the names they refer to.  French vocabulary and grammar included.

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French for Beginners Lesson 4.1: Definite Articles

French for Beginners Lesson on Definite ArticlesFrench for beginners course, lesson 4.1: learn everything needed about French definite articles. Know how to translate the English THE into French using LE, LA, L’, LES and learn when to use those articles in French.

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French for Beginners Lesson 4.2: Masculine & Feminine of Nouns

French for beginners Lesson 4.2 on the masculine/feminine of nounsFrench for Beginners Lesson 4.2: Learn how to determine whether a noun is feminine or masculine in French. It’s one of the most difficult part of the French language! This video should help. Good luck…

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French for Beginners Lesson 4.3: Plural of Nouns

French for Beginners Lesson 4.3 on the Plural of NounsFrench for Beginners Lesson 4.3: Learn how to form the plural of French nouns. Most of the time, you add an -S, just like in English, but there are a few special cases to be aware of…

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French for Beginners Lesson 4.4: Form a basic sentence

French for Beginners Lesson 4.4 on how to form a basic sentenceFrench for Beginners Lesson 4.4: Learn how to form a basic sentence in French. This is probably one of the most important lessons for a beginner in French, since it establishes a base for you to build on, showing you how to structure your sentences in French. 

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French for Beginners Lesson 5.1: Conjugate -ER Verbs

French for Beginners Lesson 5.1: conjugate ER ending verbsFrench for beginners course, lesson 5.1: learn how to conjugate all -ER ending verbs.

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French for Beginners Lesson 5.2: More Basic Vocabulary

French for beginners Lesson 5.2: Basic French VocabularyFrench for Beginners Course, Lesson 5.2: as a beginner in French, it is important to keep enriching your vocabulary, memorize new words and expressions and improve your listening comprehension skills. This is just what this video helps you to do using a webisode of web series “Oh La La, Hollywood Speaks French!”

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French for Beginners: Prepositions to use with countries & cities

Learn French for Beginners Lesson 5.3In French countries have a gender, they are either feminine or masculine. And depending on that gender, you need to use different prepositions to indicate which country you are in.

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French for Beginners Lesson 6.1: Listening Comprehension & Vocabulary

French for Beginners Lesson 6.1: learn new words/expressionsLesson 6 of “Oh La La, I’m Starting French!”, French course for beginners, is entitled “To Have or not to Have”. This first part of lesson 6 teaches you more basic French vocabulary

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French for Beginners Lesson 6.2: Indefinite Articles

French for Beginners Lesson 6.2: indefinite articlesFrench for Beginners course, Lesson 6 “To Have or Not to Have”. Part 2 on French indefinite articles. Learn how to translate the English articles “a” and “an” into French.

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French for Beginners Lesson 6.3: Avoir in the Present

French for Beginners Lesson 6.3: Conjugation of AvoirFrench for Beginners Course: lesson 6.3 will teach you how to conjugate the French verb AVOIR (to have) in the affirmative and the negative forms.

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French for Beginner Lesson 6.4: Expressions with Avoir

French for Beginners Lesson 6.4: Expressions with AVOIRFrench for Beginners Course: lesson 6.4 will teach you very useful French expressions with the helping verb “avoir”.

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French for Beginners Lesson 7.1: New Vocabulary

French for Beginners Lesson 7.1: new vocabularyFrench for Beginners Course: in lesson 7 on learning how to count, this 1st segment will teach you new basic vocabulary in French.

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French for Beginners Lesson 7.2: Count up to 69

French for Beginners, lesson 7.2: Count up to 69 in FrenchFrench for Beginners course “Oh la la, I’m Starting French!”. In this part 2 of lesson 7, learn how to count up to 69 in French.

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French for Beginners Lesson 7.3: How to say your age

French for beginners, lesson 7.3: How to say your age in FrenchFrench for Beginners Course “Oh La La, I’m Starting French!”. In this lesson 7, part 3, learn how to say your age and/or ask someone how old he/she is, in French. Watch out who you ask…

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French for Beginners Lesson 7.4: Count from 70 upwards

French for Beginners, Lesson 7.4: Count from 70 to the infiniteFrench for Beginners Course “Oh La La, I’m Starting French!”. In lesson 7, part 4 of this beginners course, learn how to count from number 70 to the infinite.

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French for Beginners Lesson 8.1: Days, Months & the Time

French for Beginners Lesson 8.1: days, months, time in FrenchFrench for Beginners Course, lesson 8.1: learn how to ask for the time in French, and how to say the days of the weeks and months. What time is it?

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French for Beginners Lesson 8.2: Practise Asking for the Time

French for Beginners, Lesson 8.2: learn to say the timeFrench for Beginners Course, lesson 8.2: learn how to ask/say the time in French, along with useful French vocabulary. “What time is it?” in French.

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French for Beginners Lesson 8.3: Use Military Time

French for Beginners, Lesson 8.3: learn French military timeFrench for Beginners Course, Lesson 8.3: learn how to use military time when indicating “what time it is” in French. Make sure you know how to count in French first though.

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French for Beginners Lesson 9.1: Faire in the Present

French for Beginners, Lesson 9.1: conjugate “faire” in the presentFrench for Beginners Course, Lesson 9.1: learn how to conjugate the French verb “faire” in the present tense, both in the affirmative and the negative forms.

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French for Beginners Lesson 9.2: Asking your First Questions

French for Beginners, Lesson 9.2: ask questions implying yes/no answersFrench for Beginners Course, Lesson 9.2: learn how to ask questions when expecting yes/no type of answers. French grammatical structure for a certain type of questions.

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French for Beginners Lesson 9.3: Ask Questions with QUEL

French for Beginners Lesson 9.3: ask questions with “quel”French for Beginners Course, Lesson 9.3: learn how to ask questions starting with “quel/quels/quelle/quelles”.  Lesson illustrated with an episode of “Oh La La, Hollywood Speaks French!”

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French for Beginners Lesson 10.1: Questions with Interrogative Words

French for Beginners Lesson 10.1: questions with interrogative wordsFrench for Beginners Course, Lesson 10.1: Learn how to ask questions that start with various interrogative words in French. Includes the 3 different structures that are possible.

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French for Beginners Lesson 10.2: Express Likes & Dislikes

French for Beginners, Lesson 10.2: express a like or dislike in FrenchFrench for Beginners Course, Lesson 10.2: learn how to express a like or a dislike in French. Use the verbs “aimer, adorer, détester” etc…

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French for Beginners Lesson 10.3: Difference between C’est & Il/Elle est

French for Beginners, Lesson 10.3: difference “c’est” & “il/elle est”French for Beginners Course, Lesson 10.3: learn how to use “c’est” in French, as opposed to “il/elle est”. This video lesson clarifies how to translate the English “it is”.

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