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Beginner’s Podcast – FRENCH E-Traveler’s Course – FRENCH ETC. beginner’s course for the French Traveler. Learn all the basics of French vocabulary and grammar with companion worksheets. From saying Bonjour to making small talk the French way. Learn the basics of French grammar and vocabulary in 30 units.

Beginner’s Podcast – French Etc Beginner’s Podcast – French Etc

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Beginner’s Podcast – FRENCH E-Traveler’s Course – FRENCH ETC. beginner’s course for the French Traveler. Learn all the basics of French vocabulary and grammar with companion worksheets. From saying Bonjour to making small talk the French way. Learn the basics of French grammar and vocabulary in 30 units.

    Combination of Letters – Today’s French at FrenchHour

    Combination of Letters – Today’s French at FrenchHour

    Combinaison de lettres en français







    This lesson is an excerpt of Week 3 of Anne’s ‘French 1 – A1’ course, a 30-week French course for the total  French beginner.







    Les mots en français ne sont pas toujours intuitifs.







    The French alphabet has 26 letters, just like in English. However, French words don’t always look the way they sound. They may combine letters to make a new sound.







    Anne goes over the 25 most common ones in te premium lesson. Click below to access it.







    For instance,







    EAU is pronounced O, such as in







    EAU –> water







    BEAU –> beautiful







    CU is pronounced KU, such as in







    CUBE –> cube







    but ÇU is pronounced SU, such as in







    REÇU –> received







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    Exercice – Practice







    Which one sounds like the bold-letter choice? Decide between 1. and 2.







    1-__2-__3-__







    * an sounds like* the EI in eight* the UM in bump* ça sounds like* ka* sa* -tie sounds like* see* tea







    Réponses – Answers







    1-22-23-1







    * an sounds like* the UM in bump* ça sounds like* sa* -tie sounds like* see







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    • 2 min
    La maison de France et Henri – Today’s French at FrenchHour

    La maison de France et Henri – Today’s French at FrenchHour

    La maison de France et Henri







    France and Henri’s House







    Talk about your house in French. Practice with Anne. Download the audio file and print this page.







    What to do with this worksheet







    * Listen* Read the translation* Repeat* Memorize







    La maison de France et Henri







    France et Henri Durand habitent à Louret. Louret est une petite ville de 8 000 habitants. Ils ont une maison en banlieue. Leur maison a deux étages. Au rez-de-chaussée, il y a une cuisine, une pièce de vie, un salon et un cabinet de toilettes pour les invités. Il n’y a pas de salle à manger. Au premier étage, il y a trois chambres, une terrasse, deux salles de bains, un bureau et un débarras. France et Henri n’ont pas de bibliothèque au premier. Au sous-sol, il y a un garage pour deux voitures et une cave. France et Henri y habitent depuis 10 ans.







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    Course on French 2 – A2: many hours of French at all levels on this theme. Dossier sur le français 2 – A2 : des heures de fiches à tous les niveaux sur ce thème.







    Be proactive







    Describe your house and send your written or recorded work to Anne. She’ll get back to you within 24 hours. 







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    • 3 min
    English Words in French – Today’s French at FrenchHour

    English Words in French – Today’s French at FrenchHour

    English Words in French







    Mots anglais en français







    This post is an excerpt of Week 1 of Anne’s ‘French 1 – A1’ course, a 30-week French course for the total beginner.







    Who says French is hard to learn? There are tons of English words used in the French language – with a French accent, of course. Here is a list of some that I hear often in French.







    Note that most of them are masculine.







    My favorite one is ‘un pin’s’. What’s your favorite?







    Do you know another one? Feel free to Leave a Reply below.







    Most of all, listen, repeat out loud and learn how to pronounce these words. That’s how you’ll start sounding like a French person, by copying my voice and my intonation.







    * m …. babyfoot …. foosball, table football* m …. barman …. barman, bartender* m …. basket …. basket-ball* f …. basket …. tennis shoe* m …. best-seller …. best-seller book* m …. bifteck …. steak (beef)* m …. blazer …. blazer, suit jacket* m …. blogue …. blog* m …. bluff …. bluff* m …. boss …. boss* m …. bouledogue …. bulldog* m …. boycott …. boycott* ø …. boycotter …. to boycott* m …. brainstorming …. brainstorming session* m …. business …. business* m …. businessman[1] …. businessman* m …. caddy …. store cart* m …. camping …. camp site* m …. casting …. casting, distribution* m …. challenge …. challenge







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    Exercice – Practice







    Remplacez les tirets avec les mots de la liste et la traduction. — Fill in the blanks with the words from the list and the translation.







    L’été dernier, on était au « 1._____ des Lilas ». On jouait tous les jours au 2._____ et au 3._____. On a sympathisé avec le 4._____. Un jour, il nous a demandé de faire les courses pour lui : il voulait 5 caisses de bière. C’est très lourd ! Quand nous sommes arrivés au supermarché, il n’y avait pas de 5._____. On est donc revenus les mains vides et les gens au camping ont presque fait la révolution. On se souviendra de ce jour-là toute notre vie !







    ENGLISH







    Last summer, we were staying at the ‘Lilacs 1.Campsite’. We would play 2.basketball and 3.foosball every day. We became friendly with the 4.bartender. One day, he asked us to go shopping for him: he wanted 5 crates of beer. It’s very heavy! When we arrived at the supermarket, there were no 5.carts. So we came back empty-handed and people at the campsite almost had a revolution. We will remember that day forever!







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    • 5 min

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