Learn French, Lesson 15: Accord des adjectifs (Adjectives’ agreement)

Learn French, Lesson 15: Accord des adjectifs (Adjectives’ agreement)

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Added by July 7, 2014

OH LA LA HOLLYWOOD SPEAKS FRENCH! – EP15

FRENCH LISTENING COMPREHENSION PRACTICE 15

LEARN FRENCH ADJECTIVES. Lesson 15 of “Oh La La, Hollywood Speaks French!” finishes the chapter on family and possession. Learn how to use various common adjectives in French, and have them agree with the nouns they refer to.

French learning webisode 15 is yet another fun video to work on your French listening comprehension skills – ideal for French beginners and intermediate learners. Includes useful French words and expressions with a simple dialog. Review and practice using French possessive adjectives and learn how to talk about your family in French. Start having simple conversations in French. A specific focus is on common French adjectives and how they agree in gender and number with the nouns they refer to.

Story: SoSo and Lili are sipping tea at home, chatting some more on family and initiating a chat on men…

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