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82 Lessons (4h 15m)
    • 1. How does the course work?

      2:27
    • 2. Introduction to the course

      4:48
    • 3. Lesson 1a

      3:16
    • 4. Lesson 1b

      3:11
    • 5. Lesson 1c

      3:22
    • 6. Lesson 1d

      3:23
    • 7. Lesson 2a

      3:18
    • 8. Lesson 2b

      3:08
    • 9. Lesson 2c

      3:20
    • 10. Lesson 2d

      3:14
    • 11. Lesson 2e

      4:57
    • 12. French Lesson 3a

      3:02
    • 13. Lesson 3b

      3:17
    • 14. Lesson 3c

      4:05
    • 15. Lesson 3d

      3:19
    • 16. Lesson 3e

      3:17
    • 17. Lesson 3f

      3:15
    • 18. Lesson 3g

      3:22
    • 19. Lesson 4a

      3:19
    • 20. Lesson 4b

      3:09
    • 21. Lesson 4c

      3:12
    • 22. Lesson 4d

      3:08
    • 23. Lesson 4e

      3:15
    • 24. Lesson 4f

      3:18
    • 25. Lesson 4g

      4:44
    • 26. Lesson 5a

      3:00
    • 27. Lesson 5b

      3:16
    • 28. Lesson 5c

      3:09
    • 29. Lesson 5d

      3:16
    • 30. Lesson 5e

      3:45
    • 31. Lesson 5f

      3:14
    • 32. Lesson 5g

      3:18
    • 33. Lesson 5h

      3:12
    • 34. Lesson 5i

      4:58
    • 35. Lesson 6a

      3:00
    • 36. Lesson 6b

      3:16
    • 37. Lesson 6c

      3:06
    • 38. Lesson 6d

      3:04
    • 39. Lesson 6e

      3:07
    • 40. Lesson 6f

      3:18
    • 41. Lesson 6g

      3:30
    • 42. Lesson 7a

      3:03
    • 43. Lesson 7b

      3:09
    • 44. Lesson 7c

      3:13
    • 45. Lesson 7d

      3:11
    • 46. Lesson 7e

      3:14
    • 47. Lesson 7f

      3:03
    • 48. Lesson 7g

      3:06
    • 49. Lesson 7h

      3:01
    • 50. Lesson 8a

      3:11
    • 51. Lesson 8b

      2:53
    • 52. Lesson 8c

      3:28
    • 53. Lesson 8d

      5:20
    • 54. Lesson 8e

      3:11
    • 55. Lesson 8f

      3:41
    • 56. Lesson 8g

      3:11
    • 57. Lesson 8h

      3:07
    • 58. Lesson 8i

      3:08
    • 59. Lesson 8j

      3:05
    • 60. Lesson 8k

      2:39
    • 61. Lesson 9a

      3:06
    • 62. Lesson 9b

      3:24
    • 63. Lesson 9c

      3:10
    • 64. Lesson 9d

      3:04
    • 65. Lesson 9e

      3:06
    • 66. Lesson 9f

      5:31
    • 67. French Au Restaurant a La Salade

      2:34
    • 68. French Au Restaurant b Les Légumes

      2:54
    • 69. French Au Restaurant c Le Poisson et Les Fruits de Mer

      1:34
    • 70. French Au Restaurant d La Viande

      1:55
    • 71. French Au Restaurant e Les Autres Choses

      1:54
    • 72. French Au Restaurant f Les Condiments

      1:47
    • 73. French Au Restaurant g La Cuisine Francaise

      1:11
    • 74. French Au Restaurant h Les Desserts

      1:39
    • 75. French Au Restaurant i Les Fruits

      4:01
    • 76. French Au Restaurant j Les Boissons

      2:53
    • 77. French Au Restaurant k Les Couverts

      1:36
    • 78. French Les Nombres a 0 50

      1:26
    • 79. French Les Nombres b 51 100

      2:35
    • 80. French Les Nombres c 101 1000

      2:00
    • 81. The Happy Linguist

      1:30
    • 82. Vocabulary Expansion Sheets

      1:00
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Project Description

To practise your new French vocabulary, what I've done is included some translations in the lesson videos. Additionally, you can start to think of your own sentences in French. The more sentences you think of, the easier it will be when you go to a French speaking country; you'll have already prepared things say.

I've also included two vocabulary expansion sections that you can use to build your vocabulary in food and numbers, and two Recap Notes sheets.

French Class Project

As I said, it's a good idea to start building your own "repertoire" of things to say whilst you're in France (or any other French-speaking country). If you build this up before you go, you will be more confident in speaking when you're abroad.

I'd love to see you write ten things you're going to say next time you travel to a French-speaking country. Use what you've learnt in this course and post your sentences in the Class Project section. If you want, you can just type them, but even better would be to write them on a cue card and take a picture to upload to show me and other learners.

If you write your sentences in French on one side of the cue card and then in English on the other side, you can take this with you to France and have it in your back pocket for easy reference.

Here are three simple sentences to get you going:

Bonjour, je voudrais une table pour trois personnes, s'il vous plaît

C'est absolument délicieux mais ce n'est pas très bon pour moi

Pour moi, c'est beau ici

Keep your sentences short and concise, so that you will remember them easily.

Happy learning :-)

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