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French Language Course | French for beginners with a Native Speaker | 28 Days Challenge Days 1 - 5

French Teacher Chris Ternay, Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer

French Language Course | French for beginners with a Native Speaker | 28 Days Challenge Days 1 - 5

French Teacher Chris Ternay, Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer

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13 Lessons (50m)
    • 1. DAY 1: The 28 Days Challenge

    • 2. DAY 1: How does the course work?

    • 3. DAY 1: Let's do it!


    • 5. DAY 2: Fill it in!

    • 6. DAY 2: Three wishes...

    • 7. DAY 3: Be quite!

    • 8. DAY 3: Ha ha ha!

    • 9. DAY 4: There is nothing...

    • 10. DAY 4: Gimme your autograph...

    • 11. DAY 5: On wheels....

    • 12. DAY 5: It hurts....

    • 13. DAY 5: QUIZZ 1

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About This Class

In this course you will find your first French words and expressions in context, ending with a Quizz. 

During this course, you will also find a special lesson about useful French sentences used at the restaurant. 

  • Download to audio version of this French course (MP3), present in every section, to learn French on the go (in a car, in a bus, in your bed,...)
  • Download the PDFs present in every section and take some notes so as to build your own French Sentences.

At the end of the day, I just want to help you succeed. I hope that by providing all of these additional resources, you can learn French in a fun and high-quality way.

  • This French course includes the "Advanced Cheat Sheet to get My French DELF A1 by Christophe Daniel Ternay" PDF file. (For the French Beginner's Level (A1) Official Exam called "DELF A1")

Important Notice: This course is presented in English AND French. At the beginning, more English is used, so that you can learn step by step.

What Students say about my Online Courses:

I am only 1/4 of the way through however, what I like about the instructor is his engaging online presence and his approach to learning including little hacks for remembering words. I get the impression he is sincerely dedicated to teaching the French language in a way that it can be immediately useful to anyone wanting to learn and/or improve. (Patricia Russel) ★‎★‎★‎★‎★

The way the instructor teaches helps the retention of all the new vocabulary.

I have memorized many different phrases and I can remember what they mean, which will help me to form more sentences in different situations and tenses. Above all it has helped my pronunciation greatly. (Joy Thornton) ‎★‎★‎★‎★‎★

Learning French through his courses, explanations and exercises are a great opportunity to be well motivated for further improvement. (Mine Durmaz) ‎★‎★‎★‎★‎★

About the Author:

He is fluent in French, English, German and Spanish.

He is a graduate teacher in “Teaching French for foreigners”. (From the French Alliance)

He is teaching French since 2015 to students from all over the world thanks to offline and online French Courses in Peru.

That's why he knows how important it is to know exactly how to pronounce French words.

How important French vocabulary is to be able to make you understand.

And how important it is to quickly understand and decrypt French words in common sentences ...

... So he developed this comprehensive approach to learning French A1 level based on his learning of 4 languages, the challenges faced by his Peruvian Students, his Worldwide Online courses (900 + hours) and what he studied informally: Neuroscience.

What includes the course:

  • This French A1 level course includes more than 50 HD pictures so your Brain can easily can link the new words with a clear image

  • This French Beginners Level course also includes Quizzes that I highly recommend you to take because it is the best way to improve quickly. 

  • This French (DELF A1 Level) Learning course includes Pdf Flashcards that will also be very useful to take some notes during the course.

  • This French course includes the complete Audio Version of the whole course to use it on the go.

What it is NOT Specialized in:

  • Grammar lessons and exercises (this course contains only little chunks of grammar that will help you build your own A1 LEVEL sentences quickly)

Ready to get started, French learner?

Let's get started on your way the French World. 

See you on the inside (hurry, class is waiting!)



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Meet Your Teacher

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French Teacher Chris Ternay

Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer


About the Author: (Spanish / French version at the bottom)

He is fluent in French, English, German and Spanish.

Graduated from The French Alliance in Arequipa, Peru in Teaching French for foreigners (2016)

Graduated from AFPA in Marseille, France in Marketing - Accounting and Human Resource Management (2005)

Graduated from Lycée Périer in Marseille, France in International Business. (2009)

He is teaching French since 2015 to students from all over the world thanks to offline and online French Courses in Peru.


That's why he knows how important it is to know exactly how to pronounce French words.

How important French vocabulary is to be able to make you understand.

And how important it is to quic... See full profile

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1. DAY 1: The 28 Days Challenge: Do you want to start changing your life today? Do you want to learn French to be able to travel, study in a French speaking country, work in a French company, or move up the social ladder in your existing job. Perfect, this course is a 28-day challenge with short daily exercises to begin your friends learning Jiang. The goal is to make you discover French speaking. Reading and listening is will also help you reach the A1 level and make you get your French tells A1 hexa. Hi, I'm a native speaker and I was lucky enough to be trained by the best of the fringe. Eight, light IS hobbies on my online and offline teaching experience with more than 900 students in South America and from all over the world. I asked him how I could improve their learning experience and I built this course according you, focusing on pronunciation with little chunks of conjugation without tricky grandma, with quizzes and flashcards, with real life examples, using images, gestures, and also objects, and learning phrases in contexts. In this course, I will also include a free copy of my book called The Advanced cheat sheet to get my delta a1. I want to thank you for your commitment to this journey that we will take together. Let's begin the 28-day challenge so you can start your new friends, right. 2. DAY 1: How does the course work?: One day consists in two short lectures that you can see here. For example, in one lecture, you will find translation and phonetics with pronunciation exercises, synonyms, etymology, and Memory Tips, new words and expressions in context with little chunks of conjugation. Hd images to help you memorize words and phrases, question and answer lectures, quizzes to test your knowledge. If you feel I'm speaking too fast, you can slow the video by changing the playback rate. And you can also post the video to read the screen at your own pace. Check out the colors. Here we have two sentences. The sentences will always be divided in three parts. And in a short time, you will be able to build your own sentences by switching the groups of words of the same color. Don't forget to download the useful material that I've prepared for you, like the full audio version of this course and the PDF flashcard, where you can take some useful notes if you need to communicate with me and if you have any questions during the course, don't forget that you can get in touch with me by clicking here. I will see you in the course. 3. DAY 1: Let's do it!: Here we begin with our first word, the word fair. It is one of the most useful words and one of the most used words. Fair? What could it be in English? Can you guess fair? It's really quite easy to do. Fair to do? Yeah. Look carefully how to write it. F, a, i, r e, french, F, E. The two letters here make the sound f. And in French, there are many, many ways, many different ways to write the sound. In the course. We will see that also. And let's check out how to write it in the phonetic alphabet. At the beginning is going to be a bit tricky. But by the end of this course, with a bit of practice, it will have no secret for you. The phonetic alphabet here, Fair? Look carefully at my mouse when I pronounce it. Fair? Fair. With the French are at the end. Fair? Fair. And now it's your turn. Yep. First, I say it and when you see that logo, you have to say it after me. Fair? Once again. Fair. And now we want to know how to remember the words that we have just seen. We can remember a word through objects, through images, through gestures, through synonyms, etymology, or similar words. Here we will do it with an objects. Look carefully, please. Now, pause the video and grab a notebook. Yes. Then you will repeat after me. Should Gua fair, made of La joie, fair, me Dubois. I have to do my homework. Your brain will now build a strong link between dat Notebook and the new world. Yes, it will build a really, really strong link. Now, that logo here stands for synonyms or similar words. In this case, it is a similar word, fair? It's quite the same as p pi. Okay? And now we will see the origin of the word. It means its etymology. Do latter factory. Factory. In Latin, it means our complete. In French, it means to accomplish. And in English, can you guess the English word that has the same root? It will really help you memorize the French word factory. Factory. Yes, it has given the word factory. In a factory, it's where you prepare, where you do some objects. It has the same routes. Now, we want to use that word in context. It means in a global phrase so as to remember it in an easy way, lead to jump. The student. Lidia, the students philip lead to Jiang Fei Does. It means it's here at the third person of the singular form. Literate Zhang Fei does literature. Zhang Fei Bu Du DuBois, Zhang Fei Bu Du Bois. The student, does a lot of homework. Remember, in the other lectures, you will find the same structures. So don't hesitate to switch a green block with another green block of another lecture, or a red block, or an orange block with another orange block from another lecture. And then you will be able to build your own phrases. Now, look carefully at the final image. It will really help you to memorize this sentence. If you make a link between the image and the sentence, grates, No. Let's go to the next lesson. See potty, Pu La, push and loosen. 4. DAY 1: QUESTIONS AT THE RESTAURANT: A metronome La Nouvelle Siri do question ripples are vague. Calculus rules, the present auto or restaurant. And now the new question and answers with the topic, the restaurants at ASU. Question reponse. So lava, raise on bottom. It is really important, isn't it? Hoegaarden, lab panera. Let's check out the first question. Columbia, luma, new Korean quota. Luminous uplink. Please. Silver plate, please. Columbia put Ramanujan. Columbia could loan money. How much does the menu costs? A lipo, send the anther, civil Sancho as a plug coffee and clip. Steven Santiago are the glue, Kathy and Cl2. It's 25 Euro coffee included. Avec le Kathy until ooh, coffee, include it. Don's widow. Next question. Vis-a-vis do Poisson? Vis-a-vis Poisson. Don't hesitate when you ask, when you do that exercise that we are doing now, don't hesitate to do some gestures like that is a fish. No, it will help you memorize the question. The whole question was Avi do Poisson. Do you have fish? And the answer him at non-lipid answer when AIG Elmo, the crystal crystal assay, we Eagleman the crystal? Yes. And also shellfish. And pass our anniversary digestion. Let's check out the next question and answers regarding mental ligase tune. She wants her daddy attempted more Laplacian case Joan upon or vertical commander x2. Ponder what Recommended. May I take your order? Should per pond or virtual command that LRA bonds? No. Nucleosome Papyrus, known, Newsome papyri. No, we are not ready. Moldovan SJU Ozzie, potion gesture. Vulli VUCA Monday. A BWA. Vulli woo, come Monday. I BWA. Do you want to order a drink? Do you want to order a drink? Li pumps. And the answer, Lagarde. We in good day the champagne, new silver play. We in boot, a companion Cebu plane Duchamp panel from Sydney, Australia. Trends champagnes, Of course. Yes. A bottle of champagne. Yeah, please continue. Avik Laplacian Siri digestion. Let's check out the last series of question and answers. Who's a lipogenesis? Whose allele pond or Judy's Arun, are you going to have the assert you're going to have Desert and the answer, lie bombs. No. Gfp regime. Regime. No, I'm on a diet. I know I'm on a diet. Louisa was approved. Europa, whose absolute lie bones Did you like the mean? What is the answer? We, Roosevelt beaucoup, Amy, we use Avant beaucoup, ME. Yes. We liked it a lot. Yes, we liked it a lot. Alice on continuity, voluptuous Henderson, let's continue to the next lesson. 5. DAY 2: Fill it in!: A mentor now, Atkinson, mu for mu. For mu, what can it be? Have you guessed and formed? Formula? Formula a form. A form. Yep. A frog. Name, surname, family name, yours. Formulae, or Jadi, come on. So secret. For new layer, the 0s at the end, you don't hear it, ends. A good tip. 99% of the time when you have a consonant here and then avoidable. And most of it, and E, you don't hear the 0s, but you hear the consonant. For mu led you here the r, but you don't hear the E. Ok? Quite everytime you see that configuration consonant, and most of the time you hear the consonants, but you don't hear the 0s. Okay? Really important for other pronunciation and formula. Look at how to pronounce it in the phonetic alphabet. For new layer. Here, it's woo, woo for mu formulated. And now it's your turn. Formulae. Once again for new land. Great. And we continue. We want to remember that word through a similar word and throughout through the etymology of that word. Here we have a similar word, a survey, questionnaire, and questionnaire and formula. It's really a synonym and formula and questionnaire. And here we have the etymology. You Latin for Mari, formula. It's quite similar to format because it's its roots for MLA, format. Composing to setup, for format on ATA, composite to setup. And now we want to use it in context. Let's see a whole phrase Lu formula. Here. It's the subject, the actor. The formula gives. The formula don't days and form. Assume you formulate. Don't design firm, assume the form, gifts, formation. Here we have something really, really interesting again, here at the plural form. Here we have d, we have an article in English. We don't have that article in French. Please remind you have to use always articles. Reform layer, don't qua, the formula of the form gives what gives some information or information. This information to Avik Antarctic formulae or don't design for Moscow. And now we want the picture is going to help us to remember the word lw, formulae are done Days and form. Assume you see Leginon, Leginon, large lattice, the name, the family name, age, and where you live, your address, him and to no continuum. They loosen servant. And now continue to the next lesson. 6. DAY 2: Three wishes...: A motor, no, Limoges, evil, LUMO, do Mondale. Don't hesitate when you pronounce the word to cut it in two or three parts, it's really going to be helpful if you want to pronounce it in a good way, determine the regard him at no ECA, the Davidic Kelly sumo to ask to ask due Monday, really important word, due amount. They look at how to write it. Do Miao De Here the only difficulty is on the sound on R, n is the sound on infringe. It's a nozzle sound. So a bit of air has to come hear through your nows demand. They put your finger here to check if a bit of air is coming here out of your nose. The monadic or demand the end. Now, check out how to pronounce it with the fanatical alphabet, due, due with the E. At the other side, the Miao De the Mandy. And now it's your turn. I want you please to repeat after me the amount in once again, due Monday. Tibia, imaginal AC yonder new, happily demo. Let's try to remember that word. For example, using an object x2 du Monde, you know, glass, Madame, we know gases uplink. Merci madame. I asked for an ice cream demand, you know, glass, a mentor, no. Interclass. I eat an ice cream. Trayvon litre more platelet level. Do mound uno glass. I asked for an ice cream and continue our vacant MOOC similarity. We continue with the similar word, the word solely to request, the Monday to ask for simplicity to request and the etymology of the word due Monday. Check it out. Do latter, mandu, Shang Zhe do new mission. Quite interesting here the etymology in the Latin, in the Old Latin language, mondo, was Sharjah, do know mischief to assign someone with a mission. And that came to be the word to ask for du Monde. They know we want to use it in context in a phrase, mental noite doesn't, sumo, Nose unifies context. Surreal. It's the subject, the actor of the phrase series due amount. He asks for. Here, we don't have an S in French. We have an S in English, but we don't have an S in French. Cirillo do mound glass. Serial asks for an ice cream. Cyril demanding glass. Every garden, lima, Russia, poor mu, nu, happily anymore? Let's check out the image to remember in an easy way the word Hogarth Debian image, ACE, the memo he said he managed a LUMO. Elif has put one who's unhappily tried to build a link between the image and the new word that you are learning is really going to be helpful. Surreal demand, glass, him at no alone director mano alla, loosen Sweden. Let's jump to the next lesson. 7. DAY 3: Be quite!: Most usual, LUMO, San Ge, Zhu, sweet, sour. Just research. What could it be? Sweep. I am I am what? I am. Well behaved. Well behaved a long word, but infringe a really short word. Sour, sweet, south. Look at how to write it as j as the last letter. We don't hear it such here that one, you have to pronounce it. South Asia. Look at how to write it in the phonetic alphabet, surgeon. And now it's your turn. Please repeat after me. Once again. Such great and know we want to remember the word. For example, through a mimic. Sal, passage. Passage. Not well behaved. I am not well behaved. Or continuity. Synonym, do coelom, do Seal, surge. It's really similar word, decile, decile, compliant, Lucille, compliant, imaginal etymology. Do Latin, sapere, since I am sure you already know that words. Sapiens, we are, sapiens, we are supposed to be well-behaved. You Latin sapiens, key, usual, who have some common sense. Yeah, that means sapiens. Sapiens, and that has given the word sash. So if you remember sapiens, it's going to be easier for you to remember the word surge, infringe, well-behaved him and to know your TVs on some more context. Now, let's use that word in a phrase. In a phrase, Hogarth Libya, set on phone, set on phone, set on from this child. This in the masculine form, yet in the feminine form, it would not be written, so it would be written C e, t, t e at the end. You have to aggregate T0 to make the, this word. But in the feminine fringe form, sit on phone, this child Nipah. That is interesting here, is how to make a negative sentence. Here in the middle, we have the verb and at both sides, we have no and pump to make a negative sentence yep. Set on phone Nipah this child is not set on phone Nipah Sal due to set on phone Nipah surge due to this child is not well behaved at all. Here at all. It is translated in to set on phone Nipah surge due to this child is not well-behaved at all. And now let's continue with the image so as to remember it in any way. Oh yeah, the Linphone, Hogarth, they settled for certain phone Nipah surge due to that child isn't well behaved at all. Your continued avec la portion loosen let's continue, please, to the next lesson. 8. DAY 3: Ha ha ha!: In almost we don't. Lumo, woo, woo. It's an adjective. What could it be? Ooo, quite strange differentiation. Now, try to guess, please. What could it be? Happy? Really important words. Happy. What would be life without happiness? Cursorimorphae, songs. Hogarth de como sulla 60. Check out how to write it as u, x. The x at the end. You'll forget it. You don't have to pronounce it. Yeah. But you have to pronounce the end. Here is the in the middle, we see the French are. It's a bit special to say, but it's not so difficult now. It just and the H at the beginning, we don't hear it neither. So we don't hear the first gather, we don't hear the ultimate letter. We just hear here. And r. And then it's once again a soap checkout. How to spell it? In the phonetic alphabet? Yep. And now it's your turn. Repeat after me. Once again. Great. And now try to remember the words. So to remember the words, you know, you can use objects or you can use mimics also with your phrase. When you say out the words, try to have a happy face. Like media. Ok, let's continue. Synonym, synonym words. It's a synonym. We can say it. I have V, i am pleased. I am happy or I am pleased. Russ, sweet, sweet, happy. It's really similar, really, really similar. And know that etymology. Do you Latin ash from the Latin word? Wow, do lush sounds quite interesting here to know the etymology, also know the word. In Latin, it means to get the chance to, OK. If you remember that, it will be easier to remember the word Him and to know duty. Listen some more context. Let's use that word in context in a phrase. Checkout that Sue view, menu's Sue View, menu. View adjective means old. The masculine form. View, severe maneuver. This old Carpenter maneuvers. Carpenter. Carpenter. This in the masculine form. So view. This old carpenter, Louis up. The verb to be this old carpenter is severe. It assay, really important word. Also, assay. Quite, quite happy. This old carpenter is quite happy. Severe MAN, VCA, eta c. Her here, masculine or feminine form. It's written in another way, ash x alpha for the masculine form. And ash L, a, S, S, E at the end in the feminine form. And Lee Rose, she is happy. Elite rows. Okay, now continue McNamara, let's continue with the image to check out if he seems happy or not. Seems happy. He seems happy. Suv human UCA, eta 0 with his red hair. He seems happy. Severe menu eta C0. Continuity director will have a blunder dynamic. Ssr Laplacian Lawson. Let's continue with dynamism to the next lesson, please continue say bats. 9. DAY 4: There is nothing...: A mentor now, swivel LUMO, VDD. Vdd. What could it be? Hajjar de la production on only. Look at a translation VDD, empty. Quite easy. How to read it, also, vg, v e, d, a really easy and how to pronounce it really easy, also, the E, D. And now it's your turn. I want you to repeat please. Vdd. Once again, V0. Great. And I want you to pay attention to the last letter here, VDD. We write it, but we don't hear it like many, many words in French that ends with an e. Now, we want to remember that words and hear something interesting. Do you know what? To remember words in an easy way? You can also use some objects. Yeah. Like that. Survey, that glass survey. It did. So very vivid. Don't hesitate to do some gestures, yell, you know, and don't hesitate to use some objects. Also, because your brain will make a link between the word and the object. Really, really important. Please do it. It seems a bit ridiculous maybe, but it's really efficient. Please do it. And we continue. Veto the SS, sassy donkey MOOC, similar, it's a similar word, Veda, empty, these desert. Yeah, I tried to make the link between the word and that word, that similar word, cv, ce, d, z. And now the etymology him into nonlinear sulla via variable latter. But Gary, V D two empty, quite easy. Now we want to use that word in context, really useful. Also. See duty, dizzy, sumo, context. Don't Xun house in a phrase, voter cannot yet see it among Nouveau at ASU verticle on your calendar, but her calendar year, a new verb. Is it to be the verb to be your calendar is photo calendar year a more vivid voter calendar year, a complete VDD. Your calendar is completely empty. Water calendar year a complete movie. V comes with a completely empty, like this glass. Art amino Hoegaarden immersion. Religion will look at the image to remember the word virtual calendar. Yea, a complete VDD. Here we can see her calendar. It seems to be half-empty. Vote calendar year, a complete more vid emit no continuum avec la loosen, swivel. And now let's continue to the next lesson. 10. DAY 4: Gimme your autograph...: Imagine a continuum are the LUMO SR. Let's continue with the verb. See me. Try to guess what it is really easy that one I'm showing your guest senior to sign, senior to sign. Look carefully how to write it Sr. The only difficulty here is the near that special sound. Look at how to pronounce it with the phonetic alphabet. C nip. That sound is near, near senior, and now it's your turn. See near. Once again, senior. Caribbean emit nor incontinent. New rules, new happily do more. Now we continue. We want to remember that word through etymology or through a similar word. Here, for example, we have the similar word CRT, FHIR, certificate to certify. It's not completely the same as two sine, but it may help to make a link. And so you can learn to words instead of only one end. Something really important. You want to remember that word in an easy way. You can do some gestures or you can use some objects. Here. I'm going to use one object, a sheet of paper I have here to sign a document, so I'm going to sign it here. Voila, they don't senior leukemia, Ebola, Lu Da chemo, senior jay senior Law document. I did sign the document. Senior certificates, a similar word and now we want to know the etymology, do latter signal, marquee, senior to stamp or to mark. Now, we want to use it in context. Seo, mountain on duty, dizzy, Sumo, or contexts. In France, for example, with a phrase, for example, Stefan is the subject of the phrase. It's the actor Stephan senior. Stephan senior. He signs Stephan senior. If senior qua What does he sign? Stephan? Senior, finance clips. You saw none scripts you Stephan seniors on inscription. Stephan signs his registration. Imaginal. Oh, continue. Avik Lee, manage. No, we continue with the image is really going to help us to remember the word Hogarth, Debian, Lima, Hoegaarden, Walla, stiffen, senior song nuns clips on him at no continuum director. They are lab portion loosen. Let's continue to the next lesson. 11. DAY 5: On wheels....: Continue awake. Laplacian will bear me. Do. We dove in and pair me? Do convince you. Look at how to write it and bear me, don't do. What could it be? It's not the steering wheel. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. A driving license. A driving license. Per me. Do countries at ASU. For me. You don't hear the S at the end here. Do you hear everything? Do convince. You don't hear the 0s at the end and permit the country. Lagarde common sulla 60 alphabet, phonetic, look at how to write it in the phonetic alphabet. Pair me, do v. And now it's your turn. Tried to repeat it after me. Pair me do cone V. Once again. I'm Bernie du, dv. Fabian, meant to not lose LOINC, don't know, happily demo. We are going to try to remember the word per meter contravene. Don't hesitate to do that gesture to remember the words. And their middle country Yang Lagarde auto is assume pair me to permit and permit in auto is assume an approval. If you know both words and if you make a link between them here in your brain, it's really going to help you to remember those two words. A maintenance Lagarde, legitimacy, do latter, do carry money to lead to continuity of exponential is a strong context. Let's check out how to use it in context. Hogarth, Libya, attention was enough, has-a Antoine and it is a French name. Antoine plays on. Python, shows present without an S at the end. He in English, you have an S. In French, you don't have, you only have an S at the second person of the singular form. Present, to present it with an S Antoine present without s, x2 result without S Antoine prison to soon pyramidical, Antoine presents some permit convenience. Antoine shows his driving license, and let's jump to the picture to be able to remember the word in an easier way. Hagar, the ISI or Lavoie elite, the elite derriere LA Police. He's behind the police? Yep. Only in ydA. Antoine present some permit do conduit him at no continuum direct among their repulsion loosen. Let's jump to the next lesson. 12. DAY 5: It hurts....: I hope you will not need in your next trouble. I hope you will not need that word. Lumo, My lads. G, spare, CPU, Nalepa. Wow, because one, I hope so. Mallat, what can it be? Mallat, Maillard. See LUMO, sick, Jews sweep Maillard. I am sick. Look at how to write it. Really easy. Ma la do and check again. The last letter, the letter E. You don't hear it like most of the French words that end with a consonant, like here and an E, malloc. The last letter that we hear is that deep Mallat. Look at how to pronounce it. Mar, lad, two syllables, and now it's your turn. My lad. Who once again, my land. Great. And now we want to remember that words through what? Through a similar words like Soufan, juicy Mallat, x2x3, Soufan, I am sick, I am suffering. It's quite the same and it can help you remember the word. And through what else? Through its etymology. It Gaza. Gaza, song needs Himalayas, Mallat, do latter. Molly, orbitals from the Latin word Mallet, habitus. All movies into in poor conditions. Okay. The word malloc comes from the Latin word Molly, habitus, AMO, visitor in poor condition. Quite interesting to know. And now we want to use it in context, yeah, in a whole phrase so that it is easier to remember. Hoegaarden mountain all have hazard Lee medicine doctors. Here, really important in French, you have an article to show the plural. In English, you only have the SRAMs. In French, you also have the S at the end. You don't have that article limits. We could say the doctors, but in English, we are not used to use the de, young doctors limits. When you speak, generally. Limit some news, some new song. Our RR are not or are never, in that case, limit some new song. Jammy mallard, doctors are never sick. Jammy, never, jammy, never end infringe. The No. You have to write it. It's part of the negation. And here we have never, it is a negation limit, Sandra, Sandra MIMO flat but, but, but quite interesting also in the oral form, when you speak, many of the times, you don't say it. The no limit, some song Jimmy Mulla, limit some Jemima loud. Here it is at the written form. New song, jammy Mallat. The overall form. You don't have to say it limits some Sousa, mmm, allowed. It's alive. Of course. Doctors also sick sometimes limit some news, some jammy maligned him at no continuity avec la loosen Sweden's. Now we continue with the next lesson. 13. DAY 5: QUIZZ 1: A metronome, not tommy, quiz. And let's check out our first quiz. It means you will have some French words and you have to find the English words. And you will have some English words, and you will have to find the French words. Let's take it out. Yeah, don't matter no, not happening on your polynomial. The first word and the first image. What is it tried to remember? We're helping you with the image also. In which phrase, in which sentence did we see sat image. And what was that word in that image? Tried to remember. Is it focused? Is it working or is it happy? Arup focused, working or happy? It is not fatuous. No, it doesn't. It is not working. Neither. It is happy. Happy, I am happy. Just Guizhou. And now let's check out the second words. Metanodes, Hoegaarden, lutetium mode. Now it isn't English word and you have to find out the French word. Empty. Empty, empty. It is, it is not shun Sunni passion. Empty. V m d, v o. Director know sooner Porsche modes. Let's check out the search word. Melt now, Hoegaarden, Guassian, Hogarth, Libya, irregardless, Lee manage, attentive mom, do Monday to get to ask for or to hold, to get to ask four or two holes. Look carefully the image and try to remember where we saw that image with which sentence we saw that image due Monday to ask for the Monday to ask for patton director MNO sulla push animals. Let's go to a new image of the Athenian image. Homework, a clearer still, generate a tree. Still regard Libya. The homework. In English, it is not in the plural form. In French, it is nearly always in the plural form. Pay attention, akin to right. Ok, still a pen. Homework, the lead of one or continue. Ucla push animation. While yada, yada, push animals, look carefully the image. Well-behaved, silly or funny? Well behaved, silly, funny. Sars. Sars. Try to remember when we saw that image, what was the phrase with it? Aclu happening at ASU. Well behaved. Well behaved. All gotten se party. Paula poison emerge if Paula push ammo said for CFA can move at fancy. Now the word to find is in French, give, do need reservoir. To give, donate reservoir upon Sunni EPA pond, pond up to take Sunni EPA reservoir to receive to receive do knee, to give donations, to give patterns like thermal, solar push animal. Let's check out the next word. Debian emerge as Calypso, say feminine. Inscription, permission, a registration, or an admission. In landscapes you have level. It is not a permission. It is not an admission. It is a registration in ascii Epson, a registration or continue avocados and immersion for Sono, set for LUMO at eight on transit and permitted Hawaii and peer middle constraints. When pair me do convene a driving license per me, Do I remember the word TBI? Pair me do cause three 2p. Not so easy that one driving license. So Nipah per meter, TBI, that one is the work pyramids. It's not that one, neither. That one is a construction pyramids. And do conjugate. C, driving license, driving licence. There needs to be continued on continuity, little mosquito, Lumosity, Varga, Debian emulsion, jammy. Never. Always. Sometimes. Jammy, never always. Or sometimes. Jeremy at ASU? Never. Jammy. Never. I hope you guessed it. I hope you'll remember. A spotty Pula loosens feedlots. Let's jump to the next lesson.