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  1. Introduction to the French language
    1. Introduction
    2. Why learn French?
    3. Who am I?
    4. You can do it! And Google is your friend
  2. Basic vocabulary and grammar
    1. The alphabet and its pronounciation
    2. Months and days
    3. Numbers
    4. Geography and accents
  3. Let's speak !
    1. How to introduce yourself
    2. Being polite
    3. Gender
    4. Asking questions
  4. Vocabulary and verbs
    1. Family vocabulary
    2. Jobs vocabulary
    3. Common verbs
  5. 100 % vocabulary
    1. Airport and airplane vocabulary
    2. Hotel vocabulary
    3. Your personal items
    4. Bar and restaurant
  6. Let's focus on letters
    1. Common abreviations and shortened names
    2. Writing down information
  7. Let's dialogue
    1. Dialogue at the airport
    2. Dialogue at the restaurant

Have you ever dreamt about a super desperate situation? Like, you can't run, you're trapped in a speeding car, or you just landed in a french speaking country, and your only french speaker friend is gone missing, you're on your own. All you remember is "oui oui, ca va", you're not going to get far. Given that over 65% of the French population does not speak a second language frequently, maybe you should learn french to avoid relying on others. There's many benefits about speaking french.

[...] Age Age In English and Dutch, when you want to give your age, you use the verb In French, you'll say have 20 years old?. Example: Bonjour, mon nom est Emilie, j'ai 21 ans?. An(s) Year(s) In French, we just use to say year and to say years. We don't use another word like in Dutch and English. S'appeler To be named It's the other way to introduce yourself, you can say my name is m'appelle Emilie? Instead of saying am John? you can say name is John?. [...]


[...] You can only add a city. Example : travaille a Miami?. It's meant to designate your work location, not the name of your company. You can't say travaille a Facebook?, that's incorrect. travaille chez? is the sentence you should use to tell someone who you work for. Example : travaille chez Facebook? or travaille chez Nintendo? suis en vacances?, that means you're on holiday, don't say that when someone asks you about your job, that's rude. suis de/je viens is used to tell the other person where you're from. [...]


[...] Let's start with the days first. If you know a little bit of Italian, you'll see it sounds pretty similar. LUNDI MONDAY Do you know that sound Kanye West makes on some of his songs, that's your Monday sound The part is long, and the end of the word is short. The sound is always short when you're talking about days. MARDI TUESDAY Do not forget what I said about the letter pronunciation is important. If you do not say the letter right, you'll always make the mistake. [...]


[...] First, let's look at zero to ten. Zero Not pronounced the English way, it's Un Let's use the Kanye sound again, Deux The combination of sound like the at the end of the word is silent. Trois The is silent Quatre The is pronounced like If you really want to speak properly, don't forget the at the end, even though most French speakers will drop it. Cinq The almost sounds like Six The is pronounced as an so it's Sept The is silent, so just say it like Huit The is silent here, so it sounds like If you pronounce it the right way, it will actually sound like you're starting to whistle. [...]


[...] Depending on your accent, the letter sounds similar. is pretty similar in both languages, except our is a little shorter. Fun fact: This letter is used to shorten the word pronounced the same way, which means is a really hard sound. The English as we learn it sounds more like a You'll have to pull the Spanish out of you to pronounce this right, but do not roll your tongue, the sound of the is right in the middle. The in French literally means ?double in English, you pronounce it like ?double We looked at the letter and said, it' two letters put next to each other, so double The letter is pronounced grec? which means ?greek In Dutch, it's pronounced Upsilon. [...]

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