Building Structures in French - Structure 1

Kieran Ball, Learn a language in 3-minute chunks

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29 Lessons (1h 36m)
    • 1. French Structure 1 Introduction

      4:43
    • 2. French Structure 1 Chapter 1

      3:51
    • 3. French Structure 1 Chapter 2a

      4:14
    • 4. French Structure 1 Chapter 2b

      3:27
    • 5. French Structure 1 Chapter 3a

      3:47
    • 6. French Structure 1 Chapter 3b

      1:32
    • 7. French Structure 1 Chapter 4a

      3:43
    • 8. French Structure 1 Chapter 4b

      3:13
    • 9. French Structure 1 Chapter 4c

      2:15
    • 10. French Structure 1 Chapter 5a

      2:32
    • 11. French Structure 1 Chapter 5b

      3:12
    • 12. French Structure 1 Chapter 5c

      3:13
    • 13. French Structure 1 Chapter 5d

      3:03
    • 14. French Structure 1 Chapter 5e

      3:00
    • 15. French Structure 1 Chapter 5f

      5:03
    • 16. French Structure 1 Chapter 6a

      3:01
    • 17. French Structure 1 Chapter 6b

      3:28
    • 18. French Structure 1 Chapter 7a

      3:16
    • 19. French Structure 1 Chapter 7b

      3:14
    • 20. French Structure 1 Chapter 7c

      3:08
    • 21. French Structure 1 Chapter 7d

      3:11
    • 22. French Structure 1 Chapter 7e

      3:17
    • 23. French Structure 1 Chapter 7f

      3:34
    • 24. French Structure 1 Chapter 8a

      3:41
    • 25. French Structure 1 Chapter 8b

      3:44
    • 26. French Structure 1 Chapter 8c

      3:24
    • 27. French Structure 1 Chapter 9a

      3:15
    • 28. French Structure 1 Chapter 9b

      3:33
    • 29. The Happy Linguist

      1:30
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Project Description

French class project

The thing with structures is that you can use them to get your tongue around the language and speak quickly without stumbling over your words.

A good way to practise each structure is to start out with one sentence and change one component at a time, trying to write as many different sentences as you can in a minute.

Here are some example sentences you could write, by changing just one part at a time:

Où puis-je manger demain?

Où puis-je manger aujourd’hui?

À quelle heure puis-je manger aujourd’hui?

À quelle heure voulez-vous manger aujourd’hui?

Write your own sentence lists in the class project section so other learners can see them and try to translate them into English.

Happy learning :-)

Kieran

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