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French for Beginners: Grammar in Context | Learn French with a Native Speaker | DEMONSTRATIVES

French Teacher Chris Ternay, Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer

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8 Lessons (34m) View My Notes
    • 1. French grammar in Context: DEMONSTRATIVES - Quick and easy French Grammar Serie

    • 2. French Grammar: French Vocabulary and Pronunciation

    • 3. Learn French in context

    • 4. French Questions and Answers

    • 5. To have a wash - To get up. French Verbs

    • 6. French grammar Rules

    • 7. French grammar: Fill in the blanks

    • 8. French grammar: Mistake, no mistake.


About This Class

About This Class

French Grammar in Context: DEMONSTRATIVES PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES. 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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1. French grammar in Context: DEMONSTRATIVES - Quick and easy French Grammar Serie: In this lecture, we will learn how to use some words like this, that those and the one in French, they are called demonstrative adjectives and pronounce, but don't be afraid. Demonstrative doesn't sound well, but it's not complex at all. And you use it in fact, every day. It is very useful when you want to pound out something or to sew something to someone. Yeah, and so as to make it enjoyable and fun, We will use like always, gestures, objects, and picture. What you learn. Remember, has also to be linked with emotions and feelings so as to be persistent. And that is why we will learn with context through story. My name's Chris And you know, I'm your favorite native French teacher. And I will be at your side during all the process to the chat to point out your mistakes. So let's get started and jump into the course now and learn phrases like Sunni, save, I certainly see MIT. So divvied up. Let's go, let's begin the course now. See party commons only maintenance. 2. French Grammar: French Vocabulary and Pronunciation: In this lecture, we'll learn how to use the demonstrative adjectives and pronounce, but also the group to have a wash and the verb to get up, infringe, suit, lovely. E, su. Okay, it's a bit difference who larvae. So movies, there is only one letter that changes. But first, we will see some vocabulary for the beauty moves along Walker and Buddha vocabulary. Chef, a chief AND chef. You can also use that word for the chef that are working in the kitchen. Yeah, the really high ranking people that are working in the kitchen area, chef, chef. And it's a masculine word. So first you listen to the word and then your pizza chef. Once again. Chef. Great. Let's continue with the next word or the next word that we will use in the text to have some contexts and can niche and nice. You can see what animal it is on the image and it's a masculine word, yeah. And can niche a poodle and Ganesh. And it's a, it's ending, it's, it's quite strange because it ends with an e. And many, many words that end with an e. Feminine, but not that one. Yeah, I can niche, it's a masculine word. So now you listen and then you repeat. And Ganesh, look carefully at my mouse niche once again and can niche. And let's continue with some other words that we will see in the text. Sure. Oh, don't do on once order. Yeah. On an order corresponds to o and do is once all do on once order. She rolled or do preys on tape to introduce into introduce someone to someone else? Yeah. Presently, calcu. Gilgamesh. Please on T calcu up, get-go to introduce someone to someone on continue in the back. Una Pat's don't hesitate to do that gesture area. You know, bad Apo. And it's a feminine words. Yeah, it's a fan when word and it ends with an E, like many, many feminine words, yeah. But ought, ought, important word, other. Note, one, other. One, other but in the feminine, yeah, on 40 new das. Das. Don't hesitate to hit your test in that case to be able to remember that word in an easy way, yeah. And toss them chest and toss. And it's a masculine word and toss me a friend. Me. Here. You have to make the link, yeah, because here its volume, a volume. So you have to make the link num not meet a friend. What do you suppose she do to come closer to SAP Hoshi do? Yeah. With an apostrophe because we have here a volume. Otherwise, it would be sooo. Yeah. Subcu she do. And the last word, two words. I woke towards someone remark there. Marsha, their calcu, I walk towards someone, Ebola him at non continue aggregate texts. Let's continue with the text. 3. Learn French in context: So let's take up now the text. Not to know d v Italy's Jews prison to horizontal CAPI Su Bu can issue block. Should sue Sea infringe this. Yeah, it means test. In this case, Sue book initial blow. Si Lu Chef De Xiang Xi road or domain. I repeat mountain o. Now, the vitalist said vitalist x2 prison CAPI. I introduce you to capping pesante. Presently to introduce someone to someone who preys on to CAPI Sue can each oblong. So book and Tableau can niche poodle. It's the boss of the dogs. Si Lu Chef De Xiang, chef bus. Okay. Lu chef's dishes of the dogs on his master's order. So order doesn't matter. We are going to look at celebrity. Celebrity stands up, was the leader, but quasi to cross quasi leader pattern. She often talks. He sat on his chest, just toss it sal salary to greet surgery to treat CAPI. Presently, sesame or personas EC present, CAPI, present the sesame or person EC present. Here we have the imperative form, CAPI, presently sesame. These friends to those here. Those here. Lead person, easy present, lipid person, EC present is horizontal. It means that R here, CAPM, so tune a versa Miranda, copy turns to his colleagues, colleagues commodity, CAPI SO2 and oversee comma e Ledoux. The other the two other dogs sub-portion, salvage, approach and greet. Here, it's a pronominal verb in French, and it's not pronominal in English, pay attention because the verb sounds nearly the same. Approaching. Approach, two approach. But we don't say to approach in French, we say something like to be approached no, auto approach oneself. Yeah, it cannot be used like without that that S apostrophe in that case. Yeah. Lesotho Xia sub-portion, selfish salary to greet. We saw it already. And at the end of the text, suddenly see Sebelius. No. And also vitalist. This one servicing is called, there'll be no announces victory. All the things that we saw here in red in this lecture, we are going to see them in detail. In this lecture. We are going to see the grammar rules of everything that was written in red in this lecture. 4. French Questions and Answers: Now the question and answers, who is called vitalist? Tried to remember who is called vitalist. How do you say that infringe? Vitalist. T sub L vitalist. You know, it already Ising. Now. On continue. And now the answer. It's the old man who is called vitalist. So how do you say that infringe? You can post the video and try to answer on a sheet of paper. See LAM algae. It's the old men. See LAM ADG. Vitalist key. It corresponds here to who? Who is cold. Italy's Salaam ADG, T sub L V, Italy's continued. What is the name of the poodle? What is the name of the poodle? Quite easy. That one. Coma, cerebella Lucan niche, coma, can SSH, can niche poodle. And the answer, the pool is called CAPM. Look, Ganesh, Snapple, caps. You know all this already. I hope you didn't do any mistake. Don't forget that here we have a double P And here you have double L, Yeah, double P, double arrow. And here double M, coma. On continually clock is confident. How does KP greet? How do you say to greet infringe? How does CAPI greet comma, how como CAPI, salad, salad? Do we have here a formal question or an informal question? It's a Formula One. It's a Formula one because the verb is before the pronoun, yeah, como CAPI Salyut till, how does CAPI, greed and try to find out the answer? He stands up, crosses his poem on his chest. That one is a bit harder. Is a bit harder. Maybe. Let's check out, post the video and try to build it yourself. In the Select. A quasi pattern should toss, toss chest, but pose. Quasi crosses is celebs. He stands up to words in English and towards infringe because it's so live. Yeah, it's like he's tense himself up. If we would translate it, literally insulate a quasi pattern should dos don't continue. Alec Laplacian question, let's continue with the next question. Who approaches CAPI to greet? Who approaches CAPI to greet? And French? Key, key, key sub-portion. Do CAPI poor salary approaches its sub Hosh, don't forget the S approves apostrophe because a pronominal key sub-portion do CAPI poor salary. Who approaches CAPI to greet and answer? These are two dogs approaching to greet. These are two dogs approaching to greet and infringe. Susan does hea t Suppose salary. Susan, Du Xiang, Du Shi to dogs t Suppose who are approaching or approaching t sub partial poor salary so as to greed or to greet. Sally B ends with E-R in French. What group is it? It's the first group, the easiest and the most common. On Continue click is transferred out. What is the name of one of the other dogs who hits a bit Harden is net. What is the try to try to cut. Yeah, you can cut the phrase so as to be able to build it yet you can try to cut the phrase, yeah, the other dogs is one part. What is the name of? Maybe other parts, Yeah. Tried to cut it. Como SAP Bell, Coleman sub l. What is the name of, you know, learned this, what Regilla, one of the other dogs learn these zones are Xiang, pure yell at assume a ploy yell. I've shown. Yeah, that's the plural here on both of those words. Commons Capella, learn these authorship. And the answer. One of the other dogs is called Minnow. Learn these auto Xia, cerebellar. There have been many, many times. You can only really easily use nearly all the words off the question to build your answer. Yeah, that's what we did here. Yeah. We have it here. Yeah. Learn this altro xin lambda is auto show. Yeah, quite easy to build. The answer sometimes. 5. To have a wash - To get up. French Verbs: Let's begin with the verb to wash. Yeah, or to have a washer sulla, nearer of to have a wash. You have to have a force that you do on yourself. Yeah. Sioux led suitably. By example, man, I washed my hands or have a wash. Juno, love. Yeah. If you say I have a wash, it means you are washing your complete body. Yeah. If you say MLA Lima, it means you are washing your hands. Yeah. Joomla Lima, to, to love Lima with an s. Remember, Il-Sung, love, love, love Lima without es here, without anything here. Nulla, woo-woo, lovey, ya, insula L. So here we have a so-called pronominal Verb. Yeah, you are not washing your hands. Something like washing yourself. Ya Zhou. Zhou goes Always in that case with MOOC. To do ETL su, su, su, you just have to repeat the pronoun Nu, Wu, Siew L. So the root here, that's a good thing. The root is the same from the beginning on til the end. Love and the endings. We know it already. Yeah, for the first group, E S, O N S E z e NT. Quite easy. I have a wash. You have a wash. et cetera, or continuity clearly. Obviously don't. Let's continue with the next verb. I gather. Yeah, I get up the verbal. Soon. I get up to, to insulate. Ha, here we have something special. Here would don't have an accent. Yeah, here. Neither rule. Remember those two? Many, many times our exception. Yeah. Junior-level to deliver insulator. You we hear the same and those case those three cases, we hear the same. We don't hear s, No new Lovell, Vu, Vu, lovey, ill. E and T. The common ending. So I get up, you get up, et cetera. 6. French grammar Rules: This adjective democratic, ooh, Here, I am afraid when I see thumb like Samsung, such words No. But you don't have to because the demonstrative adjectives and a demonstrative pronoun, you use it every day, just you don't, maybe you don't know the names of it, but it's really easy when you pay attention to this and that are both sooo yeah. Infringe. Yeah. This corresponds to serve. And that corresponds to so, yeah. But it changes according to the gender. It means if it's masculine, Sue. But if it's feminine, it's not sue. Okay? And quite easy, these end Zeus. It means at the plural form, you just have to add an S to the masculine form. So the feminine form, we see it just right now. The feminine form sets, set. The good thing is here at the plural form is the senior c and c at the plural form. And he would have said at the feminine singular form, and Sue at the singular masculine form. Just what is that here? We can ask the question, do you have an ID? Yeah. I'm sure you have an ID. Set is used before a word beginning with the volume. Yeah, it's quite easy to do. For example, Su, var set Exelon, though. Xlr begins with the volume set x along this excellent wine. Yeah, it's quite logical Now, if you say Shu Fu Exelon, it does not sound well. But set x alone well, it does sound well. Yeah, quite easy. Let's continue. If this is contrasted with dat in English, sometimes we have this in the, in the same phrase. Yeah, we have this and that in the same trace. And then they are contrasted. In that case, it's a very special that we have in friendship. It's C and law that you have to add to the word Yeah, for example, this dog is kind that dog isn't kinda this dog is great. That dog isn't. For example, another example, yeah, in that case, you just have to add c to the word dog for the first part of the phrase. And for the second part, you just have to add la. Sushi. Sushi. See a Suo Xiang Le? Nipah. Knuckle isn't kind. This dog is kind. That dog isn't kind. Sushi. See Asian sushi on law, nepa, and continue. And now the demonstrative pronoun, Don't be afraid. Yeah, we are going to make a short grammar reminder just to be sure that you understand what is a demonstrative pronoun. So this, and that may be either definite or indefinite. Yeah, in the first part, just to remember, in the first part we saw the demonstrative adjectives. Yeah, and here in the second part of this grammar rules. We're going to see the demonstrative pronouns. Demonstrative, for example, a demonstrative pronoun, that is definite. We have an example like the one, Yeah, though one is definite. Pronoun demonstrated demonstrative pronouns, and indefinite demonstrated Pronoun would be this end data also. Yeah, let's check out that in a clearer way. Yeah. So the definite they refer to some particular unknown. Yeah. We have expressed it or it is also implied in the previous part. Yeah. We already he spoke of it in another part of the text. When it's indefinite, they represent something that has not yet been named. Yeah. Or a whole sentence or ID? Something global. Yeah, a whole sentence or ID. Let's check that out. The definite pronouns are the ones and the ones they are translated by suitably infringe. Really easy. Yeah. But it changes. It depends on the number of the gender. If it's feminine, masculine, plural, or singular, you just have to know by heart, God. Yeah, masculine, Su, Su. So at the plural form, feminine, sell and sell. Women. S at the end for the plural form. Okay, let's see some examples. It's going to be clearer. Yeah, this little boy is the one that you want to see super TR soon see is SUV, goo, goo Woolley who sued vk, would ever sued we ruler was the one that you want to see. Okay. The one definite cells little girls are the ones that we met yesterday. Cpt to figure some cell, cell feminine, plural. Guns have warm country, Yea, silicon, Hong Kong. Which horses are finer? The ones of my father, all the ones of my uncle killed shovel, shovel, horses, get shovel. So pre-book pseudomonas. Sudo, su, su Wu Siew domino. Quite easy. If you think about it. Don't hesitate By the way, to print out the flashcards of those grammar rules. It will help you to have it under your eyes when you learn that. Yeah. Indefinite. Yeah, let's check out now the indefinite, this end that they generally correspond to sushi and sulla. Suo Ce la. Example, I like this better than that. J mu, Susie sulla gem is I love. Yeah, but Jim mu is I'd like to echo Jim, you Suzy. Sulla. I like better. No, I like this one better than the other. This is true. Suceed a very don't do that. New fe to sulla. I repeat j mu, Susie, sulla, sushi, every new Fe, two, sulla. When indefinite, this and that are used with the verb to be. Here we have something special. Yeah, there are often to be translated with Sue or see apostrophe. See apostrophe is when you have a volume after, Yeah. So after that you have a consonant. The word that comes after begins with a consonant. Here the word after that one begins was avoided. And we have also Waze and voila. Here's some examples to make it clearer. That is not true. We have the verb to be, yeah, that is not true. Soon knit fabric. That is true. Savory. Savory. This is my dog. Was emotional. You show it? Yeah. And you show it with your hand pointing it out. Yeah. Was emotional. That is my monkey. Who Allah. 7. French grammar: Fill in the blanks : So here you just have to fill in the blanks if needed. An image. Nepa. Here you have the translation in English. This animal is not black. How do you say that infringe set animal nip Anwar. Why isn't it soup? Because yes, here we have a voyeur. The a here is the foil. Yeah. So we have to add that letter a, T, set animal NWA, set animal Nipah NWA, or continue on continual clap Oceana, kitchen, towel, some do. Grantee Xiang, Dong, Su Shuang Xiang. Let's take out the hint, the English part. The ones I'm talking about are nice docks. The ones I'm talking about are nice dogs. How do you say that in French? So Dong Zhuo, soon Zhong Xiang. So why? Because it's masculine and because it's plural, masculine plural, CEU. Sudoku, towel, Song, Xiang. Finish. Mecca had doula, 2p, Mecca moderate. Here are my colleagues of the Troupe. Here are, here are my colleagues of the troop. Indefinite this when the verb to be remembered here. So something special. What is it? Was he, was he Mecca dual at Hoop, was see me, gamma S DO laptop of the troop, was in Mecca murderer, or gotten a Pluto, a marble set on law. If we have that and that in the second part, second part of the phrase, what is going to appear in the first part. And here another hint. This men is rather Flynn friendly, rather Pluto, rather, Pluto, rather friendly that men, not, yeah, so here checkout, you have this and that in the same phrase. So how do you say that infringe? Set them see set them see a plateauing marble set on law. No. Set them see Pluto amiable settle MLA. No. Oh, got Nu, Li Xiang, Su. Salish, Catskill phone case, Gill funky skillful. What do the dogs do before greeting? They get up. How do we say to get up? We saw we saw that in the verb part, yeah. This Yangzhou. Also post the video and try to answer ensue Lev p solute, leash. So selfish. 8. French grammar: Mistake, no mistake.: Mistake, no mistake. Look can issue. Blanca said, look, can you should blow Shot, subtler CAPI tried to find out if there is a mistake? Yes, there is one. Where is it? Where is it? You can pause the video and try to check out where it is. Blanche. Blanche. Why isn't it blanche? Because can niche is masculine? Yeah, look, Aneesh blow, blow is the white color, but at the masculine form, and here at the color white, but are the feminine form look initial block, CAPM, and it's irregular. Yeah, blah, blah. It's irregular. Normally with many adjectives, you just have to add an e at the end to make it feminine, but in that case you have to add H to make it feminine. Or continuous mistake. No mistake. Kept the seller, Chef De Xiang, CAPI silica, additional editor here, a mistake. Pause the video and try to Checkout. There is a mistake, but where Xiang Xia, it's plural. Yeah. Leash, silver chef dish. It is the bus. Dogs. Of the dogs, yeah. Dacia, plural. So that one is called a substantive noun. And at the end of many, many nouns, you have an S, yellow when it's blogger, sometimes you have also an x. Yeah. But those are exceptions. Normally you have an S pole Selavy Lucia quasi SIPOC, Rrose Selavy Lu Xiang quasi Part C, correct. Also Nipah, quite ileal uniform. We nip Adafruit. Is it correct or is net correct. Is there a mistake or isn't there a mistake? There is no mistake. Remember, if I go too fast, you can pause the video. Yes. Mistake, no mistake. Lead, wash yarn sub salary, lead, Xiang sub study. Firsthand. Yes, there is a mistake. Secondhand, where is it? It's here. So pause the video and try to correct it. Quite easy. Sal, we hear that three dogs, the three dogs know how to greet. So how to greed. It's at the infinitive form. Yeah, infinitive for salary. At the end is the first group. Yeah. First group or cartoonish oncogenes mistake the mistake set to shear a camera. Satoshi camera had. There is a mistake. Sets, sets. It's not set because she is it masculine or feminine? It's masculine. Social, a command. This dog is his mate. Yeah, he's made his camera made mistake, no mistake. Xubi no. Lambda cap was still Xubi no. Capi. Pause the video and try to check that out. There is no mistake. Everything was correct in Navy uniform. And now to end the quote, in Japan plus1, to certainly keen on it. There is no one in the APA plus1, more deaf, deaf in EPA plus1 consumed. We don't no one is as deaf as the one who does not want to listen. I don't show you understood. But in English we don't say that in English. There is nothing so closed as a closed mind. Yeah. Yeah, publisher to Sylvie. Passing tone here. Remember you have to make the link. Here. We pass on Tang. Tang. I really hope you enjoyed this lecture. And I hope you understood this lecture because it was one of the most difficult to understand. If you didn't understood quite well. Really. You can go on the on the, on the flashcard and tried to read carefully the flashcard, I'm sure you will understand. Paula Zhou sweat, the donor sweet apple, anti-social, do fancy. I hope you will really make it in your whole learning of French. I hope you will do very well by adding onto, onto to London.