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French for Beginners: Grammar in Context | French Language Course with a Native Speaker | QUANTITIES

French Teacher Chris Ternay, Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer

French for Beginners: Grammar in Context | French Language Course with a Native Speaker | QUANTITIES

French Teacher Chris Ternay, Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer

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7 Lessons (38m)
    • 1. French grammar in Context: HOW TO EXPRESS QUANTITIES - Quick and easy French Grammar Serie

    • 2. French Grammar: French Vocabulary and Pronunciation

    • 3. Learn French in context

    • 4. French Questions and Answers

    • 5. French grammar Rules

    • 6. French grammar: Fill in the blanks

    • 7. French grammar: Mistake, no mistake.

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About This Class

About This Class

French Grammar in Context: HOW TO EXPRESS QUANTITIES. Quick and Easy French Grammar Series is a complete and comprehensive course about the French Grammar, taught by Christophe Ternay, a French Native Teacher, who graduated in “FLE” (French for foreigners) at the French Alliance, The most recognized French Learning School Worldwide.


What the course includes:

  1.     This French Course includes more than 30 Explainer Slides so your Brain can easily understand the lectures.
  2.     It also includes Pdf Files which will help you complete the French Grammar Exercises and French grammar Guides.
  3.     French Grammar Quizzes with immediate feedback.
  4.     French Grammar Rules.
  5.     French A1 Level vocabulary to be able to practice the French grammar.
  6.     Images, to be able to build strong mental link.
  7.     French Example Sentences to learn in context and remember.
  8.     French Questions and Answers to be able to have a French conversation.



How can I improve my French and my French Grammar Skills?

What are the good ways to learn the French Grammar Quickly and Easily?

Can I have fun while learning French Grammar?

Do these Questions sound familiar to you?

If yes, read on...

Grammar is an essential skill for Foreign Language Learners, but it has to be enjoyable and fun to be efficient. That’s why we use Gestures in this French course, it makes the course livelier.

The latest studies also show that the learning must be Multimodal. That is why we will use Objects and Pictures.

But French Grammar learning has also to be linked with Emotions and Feelings so as to be persistent, and this is why we will learn through a Story.

I will walk you through the different grammar rules steps by step.

But it’s not enough to just read and memorize the words in the vocabulary lists or to study grammar.

That’s why you will put what you’ve learned into practice and get immediate feedback on the mistakes that you’re making in the Exercise section.

And it’s always good to have a French teacher who can point out your mistakes so I will be at your side during all the process through the chat (“Discussion”)


About the Author:

My name’s Chris and I am a French teacher, but also graduated in Marketing and International Business in France; I have studied and know 4 languages fluently that are French English German and Spanish. You may ask yourself how it is possible and the short answer sounds easy: CONTEXT.

-   I did not learn English through the “normal way” I was lucky enough to enter a special “European Class” when I was 14 and learned English through History and Geography told By a Native English Teacher.

-   The same for German: When I was 8 I asked my parents to go to a German School instead of a French one and they accepted!

-   And the same for Spanish: I was bored of the French lifestyle and decided 5 years ago to move to Peru and my Spanish Level quickly jumped from B2 to C2 Level

The only thing in common with these language learnings is that I learned IN CONTEXT. That is the key point.

Every day I was learning with all day life events with gestures, objects, picture, emotions, feelings, and immediate feedback. That is what I reproduced in this course.



By the end of this class you will be able to:

  1.     Remember words thanks to Mental Images.
  2.     You will Use Tips, Techniques to Learn French Grammar.
  3.     You will take action by doing Short Easy Exercises (you will Learn Actively)
  4.     You will learn French Grammar and Vocabulary In Context through a whole Story.
  5. Learn More in Less Time, thanks to an efficient French Learning System that includes you in the whole process in some Real-Life Examples.


Who is this course for?

People who want to get the French TEF or the French DELF Exam.

People who want to Study in a French speaking Country (France, Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Congo…)

People who want to live in a French Speaking Paradise (Madagascar, Seychelles, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Réunion, New Caledonia…)

People who want to Climb the Social Ladder by improving their curriculum. French language gives you a much wider pool of opportunity as it is an Official UNO language.

People who want to Go on Holiday in a French speaking country.

People who want to Increase their Income in their current Job. French gives you a much wider pool of opportunity as it is spoken by 300 Million people in the World.

People who want to maintain their Brain in a Healthy state. Learning a foreign language is one of the best ways not to have Alzheimer and other Brain diseases.

People who want to invest time and money in themselves (Self-Development)

People who want to see if they can do it! There is something deeply rewarding about learning a new language

Bilingual partners. Try and learn the other person’s native tongue for the next French Christmas Dinner!

So if you want to stop wasting your time and efforts and don’t know yet how to do it efficiently. Then this French Grammar Course is for you.


Ready to get started?

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. French grammar in Context: HOW TO EXPRESS QUANTITIES - Quick and easy French Grammar Serie: In this lecture, we will learn the different ways to express quantities with the so-called partitive articles. It's quite important to notice when you go grocery shopping, for example. So if you don't want to stop on a trip to Paris, you know what to do know? Like always use gestures, objects, and pictures so as to make it enjoyable and fun. And we will learn with context through the story of rainy and his family. Because remember, you have to use emotions and feeling to remember the words and the rules. Yeah, my name's Chris and eunomia, already unusual hybrid native French teacher. And I will be really astrocyte during all the process. And if you have some question, don't hesitate to ask them in the discussion. I will be here to help you. So let's get started and jump into the course now and learn how to deal with the quantities with words like dude, do law, the adipose. Let's go see potty attitude. Donald, cool. Let's go. We see you in the course. 2. French Grammar: French Vocabulary and Pronunciation: Let's learn how to express quantities. Quite important for many, many, many situations, yeah, but before seeing how to express quantities, we are going to see some vocabulary, vocabulary that we will find in the text. Cozy to talk or to have a small talk cozy checkout my mouth when I pronounce it. Cos z, cos z. That is that you can read here. The S has to be pronounced like a z, cos z, cos z. And here we can see it ends with ER. It's a verb that ends with ER. When it ends with ER, it's called from the first group. Yeah, it's the easiest group to conjugate. Let's continue by the pronunciation. Yeah. Yeah. When you see that time, remember, you have to listen and then you repeat when they see the sign. Yeah. Cause z. Once again. Cozy. Great. Let's continue with the second word. Do name, domain name. Remember, do the gesture. It will help you remember the word in an, in an easier way. Yeah, donate to give, do need to give. And he is also from the first group because it ends with EDR, do n0. And now you listen and then you repeat DO NE. Once again though Name. Great. Let's continue with some other words that we will see in the text. The first world, Tom blade to tremble. Don't hesitate once again to do the gesture, Tom. Tom blame. The pronunciation of those two letters. Is Tom. Tom Lee a verb once again of the first group, next one. And here you can grab a, for example, a book or a sheet of paper. And that here is a corner, ya, so while you learn a dat, that word, you can grab a book, a World Book or something like that. Something that has a corner. And let's continue. Marshy. Don't hesitate to do the gesture. Marshy to walk. Marsha, don't La. Zhu Dong earlier I woke in that street, remarks, we don't have him. Next one. Plu, hey, rain. For example, Lucknow movie blew on your onion. It makes me cry. Lonian Murphy. Grab ammonium. Yeah, it will really be easier to remember. Hey, next word. Long demand. Loan demand. The next day, that day after London. C0 t, to leave, to leave, to go onto leave. Kitty. Once again, the verb of the first group, the easiest group. A manager. Jie Hong. Here once again, we have a nozzle sound. Jie Hong am. It's the sound on a bit of air has to come out of your mouth when you pronounce it well, and so as to be sure that you pronounce it well, if you say oh, it doesn't have to sound well, yeah, it can only sound well, when a bit of air can go out of your nouns, Jie, Hong. And the last word in direct. Direct, zoom that direction. Yeah, direction. Let's continue now with the text. 3. Learn French in context: So let's check out now the text to have the context and the context for the grammar rules. Statplus Nipah SEC, repetitive, surplus, Nipah Zc here with a link yeah, bus Zc because here we have a volume cytoplasm capacity repair to till now Guan Dang Zhong new novel. Dang Zhong Nu V1. Don't unipole OR MSM surplus Nipah Zc, repeated tilda, new novel, adagio, new V1 over meson. His place is not there here because we have no money. But darshan towards here and French, only one word in English. But normally it would be do. But here we have a volume, so the du becomes d apostrophe. But darshan, new vivo, UFO, MSM, Ilia, do lab plus. There is two words here in English and in French, three words, CIA, Ilia. You really have to recognize that one. Ilia, their ease. But it's also, there are, yeah, it's the same for the plural and the singular, Ilia do Laplace. Here we have two words, quite interesting to words. That could mean sum. Here, there is some room or there is a woman. But in English, we don't have nothing. Or sometimes we have the word some. Yeah, there is some room. It's the same as the room Mia, but in French, you always have to put those two words here. Ilya, doula plus, because it's a feminine word, plus it's a feminine. Let's continue to do a nonpolar. For two and not 43. Madame Bernardo. Mrs. Bensouda cries a Linphone and Elon phone. Tumblr is trembling towards here in English and one word in French, Tumblr, don't zones in a corner, doesn't come. So one question. Is it a feminine word or a masculine word? You should know it already. We have seen it. Yes, it's a masculine word because here you have an un E, It's Potter feminine or masculine. Lu London mal di Mazu Bernardo, kit lab missile. The next day at noon, meal, at noon. Mature ban add-on, kit, Lamisil, kitty, it's a verb of the first group. We're ending at the infinitive form with an AR. Kit. Amazon is the verb to leave, yeah. Leaves the house and continue. Let's continue our look at eager. So I've egg with, with the little boy awake loop Utica. So pay attention to that one. Yap, here. You have a special letter in French that you don't have an English. Yeah. And it's pronounced like an S, gas song. Marshall on direction. Do they walk in the direction of the village? P zone. Here was the link because we have a volume is zoned. Don't Zambia? Why do caffeine and Paducah phi, remember our lecture is about the quantities per the cafe, some coffee. We could also say coffee, to drink coffee, or to drink some coffee because it's uncountable. Poor BWA and Purdue coffee. A, Ozzy, Ozzy, Ozzy, Ozzy home and talk to the manager. A cozy ozone. 4. French Questions and Answers: Let's continue with the question and answer and try to translate from the English to the French. Why is Ramy crying? And here is the informal. And the formal one would be Amy Guarani. Till. But here we have the informal formula. So we have to put the tone, the tone that shows It's a question, puts me blur and the answer. Try to translate it into French. He cries because his father is mean. Do you remember the word mean? So pause the video and try to translate car carrots because very important, it carries some pay. A mission, mission, I mean, it comes from a mission. Next question. Are the barons rich? Are the barbarians? Rich? Leave Babylon, Li Baba, some tiller, Irish leave Babylon, some till reach. Here you have to put an S at the anti-A. Pay attention with an S because Lee bam, it's plural. Yeah, are they rich? Yeah. That one is called an adjective. And the adjectives you have, they differ whether it's feminine or masculine, and whether it's plural or singular. Yeah, leave Babylon, Santillan fish. Is it a formal question or is it an informal question? Yes, it's a formal question because we have here the verb and then the pronoun and the hyphen. Hyphen pronoun, its formal question, Liebhaber uncertainty, reach. Here by the way, you have an S in English, yeah, and here in French, you don't have an S. You cannot have a noun. The noun of someone with an S, you cannot, despite the fact that it's he applaud. So that answer, No, the parents are not rich in French. What would it be? Known? Leave Babylon, New Song. Rich. Here, remember the word. So as the verb at the sweep away. Some 2-SAT is just sweep to the elite. Knew some. Rosetta wilson. Yeah, the verb to be in French, Reed important. You really have to know it by heart. Normally, Barbara knew some fish and continue. Let's continue. What type of house do they live in? Don't, don't do meson Viva Tylor. Here is the verb to live, and it's at the third person plural. So it ends with E, N, T always was the verbs that ends with E-R at the infinitive form, they end at the third person of the pleural was e and t. Don't get TPP, the MSM, Viva T. And the answer, they live in a small house. Try to remember the word small. In viva, don't zoom petite, MSM, t0 and t0. Don't Zuo petite, meson. Petite. Small. Yeah. But but but you have an e at the end. Why? Because meson it's a feminine word. Yeah. That's why we're here. And not put it and not because meson, it's feminine. Lv doesn't particularism. Let's continue, continue pushing question. Next question. There is room for how much people in the house. And French, How would you say that? Ilia, remember, they're 0s towards here. And ilia, three words, entrenched. Ilia, doula plus poor Columbia. Columbia. It's how much, how much towards an English one would infringe Columbia, dole, Amazon in the house. There is room for two people. Quite easy. That one, there is room for two people. Ilia doula plus doula plus its room. Yeah, three words here. Ilia doula plus 2r for two people do a sun. Quite interesting here also, you have an S, Y because it's plural. Plural because it's here too. In English, you don't have an S here. But in French for the word person, you have an S. At what time does Mr. Babylon leave the house? In French out you too. How would you say that? A kilo MSU Babylon, keep the law. Meson though I better. I repeat a kilo, Monsieur Babylon C02 till missile LI pulse. You can pause the video and try to make your own answer also. Yeah. He leaves the house at noon. He leaves the house at noon. So pause the video to build their answer to translate that. And so please the verb to leave Ely, Gaetan Amazon midi message. Is it feminine or masculine? Do remember, yes, it's feminine and you can see it because it's a law for the masculine words. It look, yeah, look at noon. 5. French grammar Rules: And now the grammar rules, levator separately. The verb to be cold. Yeah, it's reflexive verb. It's the first reflexive verb yet that we, that we see in these lectures. Yeah. So it's an action. Don't do oneself. In English. You just say my name is, et cetera. Yeah. Infringe. You say I call myself, etc. Example, lapel Christoph. Literally I call myself Christoph. Okay, so x2 mapped to tap each subband subarray. So here you see at exactly the same, Yeah, no new Zappa along with the link. Like always. Who's happily with the link? Like if heal you, if you had here a z whose happily with an S because here we are at the third person of the pleural formula, E N T at the end here. And like many, many times, here you have L E and T. Here you have l e, S e. So you have double L W, L, W L. But here you have simple l and simple else. Yeah, many, many times nu and VCU are not the same as the other. Yeah. So like some exceptions, yeah. Yeah. It's really important that you notice that new and x2 are different or the others? Many, many times, not always, but many, many times. Let's continue with the rules. Here. It was only a verb does is quite important because you have to know how to say your name. Yeah, let's continue. Continue. Lee's articular partitive, the positive articles. So first, please check out the lecture that is called the French use of articles. Yeah, because if you understand, well, the French use of articles, it's going to be easier to understand this, this whole lecture. The partitive nouns express an undefined number or quantity. Yeah, it cannot be defined Yeah. Of the object of substance specified and are commonly preceded in English by some or any sum if there is some and any if there isn't. Yeah. And in French by words that literally mean of the, for example, do of the Courage. Yeah, literally if you want to translate it, it would be off the courage, but in English it's sung chorus. Yeah. Same for patients. That one is masculine and that one is feminine. So do law passions. Do guage masculine, do law. Passions, feminine. It does on phone or phone, fluorine. That's a plural, feminine, and that's the masculine form. But in English, it's always the same. Some, some, some, yeah, some children. Some kids. So patients and some courage. Here are some examples. Yeah. Work. Yeah, I do have I do larger work. You cannot count your case. You cannot say one word to work, three works, No, you cannot say one money to monetary money, one traffic, one, air, one, iss, one water. No. All of these words are uncountable, or mass, noun or indivisible. You cannot divide it. You cannot divide it. Yeah. Okay. And advice. It's indivisible. Yeah. You cannot divide that advice. Yeah, happiness is the same. Yeah. So the abstract concepts, the foods, many of the foods, the natural substances like air, ice, water, and Work, Money and traffic that are uncomfortable. They always need the partitive article. Yeah, do I repeat for the feminine? They for the plural and do for the masculine words here. So you can learn those examples that we will have in the exercise section. Saddle, the package of articles. Some is often omitted in English, but in fringe, positive articles must almost always, but you have to make like if it was always, must always have its positive article. Yeah, in English you can say, give me rise, Yeah, give me rise or give me some rice or give me work or give me some work. It's the same you have, you have you have the option to say it or not to say it in French. You have to say, don't do cover. You cannot omitted quite important. First room with the negative sentences. Yeah, do, doula and day. Yeah, you cannot write that. Whether it's masculine, feminine, plural, you have to use do instead of those words. For example, Dupain, Give me some breads. Yeah. Zuni, Pat. Do you know you don't say Yeah. You say Pat duper? Yeah. Do here. Do and do. Yeah. D you have to replace it with do when it's negative. Do law, two words, you have to replace it with due for the feminine words and do. In the masculine form, you have to replace it with AS part do, do, do, but do legume. Arena, pada pum, no bread, no floor, no vegetables. Quite interesting. Next rule, you must use do l apostrophe. Yeah, but the next word begins with a foil. Do low, gee, do I have some water? Gee, do, look. And doh de apostrophe e a u for the water because it's a void. I have no water. You must use do with qualifying adjectives. With adjectives, yeah, here you have Julie, nice, non-bold, countless, on numerous. Petite, small at the feminine form is the plural form. And here at the plural form, also plural masculine. Those alleles a, B, do numbers are due to the shifts. Yeah. When you have an adjective, you cannot use the Law or do or day. No, it's always do. You must use the with adverbs of quantity. Beaucoup. Do a lot of please do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do. I will translate it now. Beaucoup do a lot of try to repeat it after me. Beaucoup. Please do more of or less of as C, do. Enough of something to do. Too much. Tao. Do. So many. Auto, do as much per do. Little of something. Purdue. A little of something. It's exactly the same. Yeah. It's exactly the same. Convenient due. How much of something? What you'll be able to give me. Columbia do calcu shoes proving 2mr domain. 6. French grammar: Fill in the blanks : So filling filling the blanks if needed. Yeah. If needed, it means sometimes maybe you don't have to fill in anything. Yeah, let's check out that. India then alum Islam. What do we have here? Here we have a negative sentence. So what comes here? There is no bread at home in GNA. Amazon. Normally, if, if, if we don't have a negative sentence, it's Dupain with you here. But here we have a negative sentence. So you have to put du dy NEA Bell, Amazon, there is no bread at home. Law, MSM at home. One word in English to words infringe alum is law pushing the question. The next question, Ilia, legume, donors out on. What is the answer here? There are few vegetables in the garden. Remember, we have seen that words. What comes after that words? Do, do legume, Donald Schon. Normally, what would what would it be if there wouldn't have been at that word? Here, check out. It's a plural form. So here normally it would have p, D, D, E, S, daily gave him some vegetables, the legume. Okay. But we have we have here the word phew. Yeah, a lot of few of remember, you always have to use with Do not with the normal articles on continental now, Laplacian, Yvonne on tour, I should take Cafe. What comes here? They go to town to buy coffee and rise, or to buy some coffee and some rice. What would you write here? And why do you Kathy a duty? Because he coffee, it's uncountable. We don't say one coffee to coffee tree coffee. No, here we mean that, that they are going to buy some coffee or certain amount of coffee, but we don't know if it's one kilo, two kilos, three kilos here. It's not written kilos. No. It's only written coffee. Yeah. We don't know the exact amount that he's going to buy. And the same for the rice is not a one rise to rise three Rice, No, it's summarize. Summarize. So it's due and why do and not do law? Because coffee, it's masculine and rise in English, in French, it's also masculine. Dually. You cafe on continuity. C. Patty, let's continue. Let's go. Don't you know Julie meson, Ilia idea? No. You know exactly what it is? There is Ilia La joie. So do we have to fill in something in those blanks? In a pretty house in Julie. Julie pretty in a pretty house. There is money, joy and work. Money. Joy and work. Yeah. Whew. I don't have nothing here. Money. We don't have an article here, Joy, nadir and work neither, but in French, what do we have here? You can pause the video and try to fill that in. Large, uncountable. We don't, We don't say one money to monetary money, so do luxury. It's masculine. Do large where you can not say one joy to Joy, et cetera. Do large one because joy in French, it's feminine. Do TBI due to Hawaii. It's a masculine word. Fill in the blank here with water. It's the same rule. You know it, I'm sure you will. You'll make it well, just please pay attention that here we have an E. I want some water. Dou Lou, here we have a foil, so it's l apostrophe. Do low, I want some water. 7. French grammar: Mistake, no mistake.: Let's begin now the exercise with mistake, no mistake. So you have to learn to find out if there is a mistake or if there isn't any. That's the first thing. And the second thing, you have to correct it. If there is something to correct on it. Hopefully do Lu Bu Du cafe, Vulli do low udu cafe. There is a mistake, but wherever you can pause the video and try to find it out, Google it would do a cafe. Here. We have a problem. We have a problem. So check out on the rules that you can print out. They are in the course in PDF and try to correct it. Who would it would do Cafe Du Cafe in, in here is uncountable. Is uncountable. You couldn't say one coffee to coffee, et cetera. Here, we're speaking of coffee in general in the general meeting. Do you want some coffee? We don't know the amount. So it's yeah, the the good answer. Bool it do Lu Bu Jiu cafe. Let's check out the next one. Mistake, no mistake. Here. There is a mistake but where new? Mozi D legume. Mozi D legume. Where is the mistake? The legume. Delete them. It seems correct really, it seems correct. We have here, here we have something that is at the plural form, and here we have something at the plural form also. Yeah, the article is at a plural form, the noun, etc, platforms or it seems correct, but what, why wouldn't it be correct? Because because because because it's a negative sentence. Yeah. Genova, Mozi, do, legume, do LIGO. Okay. When you have a negative sentence, the article is always not day. Although to new sip at the club pushing guess, mistake, no mistake. If the numbers don't love for him. Here we have always. And when we have an x and then at the next word, volume, you have to make the link. Yeah. Like we have seen before with the S. Yeah. The x here. It acts like an S. Do known Brews-are-us, Rosalba, not number. No non-viable zone. If the numbers don't lie for a mistake, no mistake. Let's check that out. If there is a mistake, so try to find it out. Where is it? The Iliad di non Balzac? Or why is there a mistake here? Yeah, it's at the plural form and D is at the plural form also. So why is their mistake because of nonverbal, because of non-verbals number, it's an adjective. And when you have an adjective, you always have do not. Okay. All gotten you say party. Let's continue. Let's go. India, tone do booty, don't see Maunder. Ileal terrorism though much beauty and that word is yet don't do booty, dots, MOND, mistake, no mistake. There is no mistake. Hello, on continuity. So let's continue. Mistake, no mistake. Z book would do law Shane's debt-holders, Ji Bu Gou De La, Shawn's? Really, you should be able to answer that one correctly. We have just seen that there is a mistake. Do lush sounds, but shows we have seen its feminine word. 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