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French for Beginners: Grammar in Context | Learn French with a Native Speaker | GENDERS & NUMBERS

French Teacher Chris Ternay, Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer

French for Beginners: Grammar in Context | Learn French with a Native Speaker | GENDERS & NUMBERS

French Teacher Chris Ternay, Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer

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7 Lessons (37m)
    • 1. French grammar in Context: GENDER AND NUMBER - VERB TO HAVE. Quick and easy French Grammar Series

    • 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: GENDER AND NUMBER - VERB TO HAVE. 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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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.

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1. French grammar in Context: GENDER AND NUMBER - VERB TO HAVE. Quick and easy French Grammar Series: In this lesson, we will learn how to deal with the gender and number agreements. Yeah, the possessive adjective also and the verb to have. And it would be like a waste, enjoyable, fun. And we will use gestures, objects, pictures, and funny exercises. And as you know, it's always good to have me at your side, your native French teacher. And so I would be able to point out your mistakes during all the process through the chat. Don't forget to leave your question on it. So let's dive in the course now and to learn how to use the feminine and the masculine genders and the singular and plural form. I see you in the inside. 2. French Grammar: French Vocabulary and Pronunciation: In this lecture, let's talk about the number and gender agreement. It means if it is a plural, is it singular? Feminine is it's masculine. That's going to be the hearts of the lecture. Ok, let's begin with a some, with some vocabulary words. Zhang, that money, la Zhang. Yeah. And while you say outlawed, adapt word, allow Zhang, checkout, my mouse. I pronounce it. Grab some money. Yeah. Remember, if you learn with a thumb, with some objects, it's going to be better for your brain to remember la la Zhang. Zhang. Ok. Let's continue. Let's continue. You are going to say it after me. Yeah. Okay. So Lao Zhang once again, la Zhang. And let's continue to the next word and the next image. The men. Long. It's a masculine word. Let's repeat it. Once again. Long. And let's continue to some other words that we will find in the vocabulary of the texture. X2. X2, is it feminine or masculine By the way, X2, it's masculine because there is an M, and we see that the article ends with E loo, loo. It's masculine, but in English, it's the, it has no gender. Yep. Let's continue. Lu Li. If you have some milk, grab the milk from your fridge while you can drink it, it will build a really strong link in your brain. Yeah, if you drink while you say it out loud, you will remember that word for wherever, because you will make a link between something you heard, something you're pronounced, something you have read and something you have pasted. The milk. Next one, lab bash, the cow lab. Next one. On wow. Anwar or example, or L on Gua Shi sands. Or he sense eating on wow, wow, wow. She sends or he's heads. Next word, S1. For example, f1. He looks after or he takes care of it. S1, S1, Wow, wow. O c, o also, o, c also, it's quite near of the English were there. Or C. Also. The next one. Shock. Each or every shock. Shock. Yeah. We don't hear that e at the end. And do you know shock. We hear only that, which means sharp is the sound shock. And the shock, shock. And the last one, k. K is the same. We only hit that one, cut L, and the cube keg carriage of few k. Let's continue. 3. Learn French in context: Now let's study the text because we want to learn in contexts, Madame Babylon OC. Madame Babylon OC. She also, or C, It sounds a bit the same. Now, also, see madame Barbara universe. He didn't totally, totally key don, t don. The key corresponds here to the which, which gives D1 will lead readily three litres. How, how, how, how many literals? Three. So that's why we have an S, Okay? Twa, Leto duly shock. It means each, each shock, each each day. Chakras Zu Zhi, home, automation, Mary Lou, Miss Sean Murray, mission, rude. And here we have masculine word. So we have masculine adjective may show it's masculine. If it would have been something here that is feminine, we would have had an e at the end here. May shot. It means the feminine. It's a feminine form. And mission is the masculine form. Lunar mission, Marey, key, it, pi, lw mission Mary ki, eta pi on four. And to the wrong sense, some money. And it's, it's a few. If we translate it word to word, it would be a few. And we could also say good production, few money or some money. Yeah, it law Zhong ti familiar a and large on tea for me, feminine here, family is feminine. So here that adjective is also feminine. Nepa Melos, who is unhappy. Family is unhappy. Yeah. So that one, that adjective unhappy is also in the feminine form. Madam Babur ponds digitally. Mrs. Babylon takes care of pumps. One du Pont de Julie ligand because it's flour. And here we have something special also, Jolie, it's plural, that in English it's not plural. Yeah, the adjective is not plural here in English. Now, the noun, vegetables isn't plural in English, but here we have it also in French, we have it also. The adjective is also poor. Lily. Do Jada is a meat gathered from the garden. And Remi keeps a little code. And here we have the same little. It has no gender now. But in French, is the gender of the noun is feminine. So the adjective little petite, comes with an e at the end. Would it have been something masculine here? Would it have been here without an E? Ok. And it would have sound like that. The Tea Party masculine form. But tits, feminine form. And do. One day a man arrives from Paris. In that case, from Isla movies nouvelle. One bad news in English. News has always an ESA. So we could, we could consider is always plural. Yeah, infringe. If news is plural, you have an S here at the end, okay? If it's not plural, you don't, if you have only one news, it has no s It it's it's the case here. Yeah, one bad news. But, but in English we would say He has bad news. It's always plural. 4. French Questions and Answers: Let's continue with the questions. Does Mr. baboon, Mrs. Bao ruin have an animal? Does she have an animal? Madam Babylon at Taylor and animal, Madame Babylon at tailor, an animal. It's quite great because fear, animal, it's written in the same way in French and English. Men and Barbara at ten and animal. Yes, she has an animal. We are an animal. Remember, before I show the answer or before I showed the question, also the translation of the question. You can post the video to try to build it yourself. Yeah. And you take you grab something to note down and you tried to write the question and also the answer. We allow an animal and continue, let's continue. How many liters? Thus the co give how many liters does do co give? Kuhn beyond the lethal dose? Lovasz, Kongjian delete hidden Lovasz. The CO gives three litres of milk per day. Lovasz Don Tuan Li totally pursue, 20 totally pursue. How much money does the husband sent? In fact, we don't know how much exactly know, but try to build the answer. Kongjian Dang Zhong Hua Xian Dang Zhong Hua Anwar is the verb to send on Hua Lu. The husband sends some or few money. Remember we saw it already. There's the husband sense some or few money. Luminary on production. Dang Zhong Lu marry Anwar and production. Next question. What does Mrs. Barbara take care of? Trying to remember? Dubois, Duke Law, Madame Babylon, pond, Suan Du Cuo. Madame Babylon contents one, dipoles. Madame Babylon takes care of the vegetables. Madam Barbara Daily, the legume, Madame Baba, pond or pumps one, ligand on Continue. Who comes from Paris? Who comes from Paris? Key received by key. Or we could also say key VT_2 package to come or to arrive. It's nearly the same in English, it's in, it's nearly the same. Infringe. Also key are evil. T via the patch and the answer. And men arrives or comes from Paris. And num, num, num. Here lesson. We don't say, we should say So no, because it's two separate word that we make link because here we have an age, so we make the link and num. 5. French Grammar Rules: And now the rules, the verb Ofwat, let's begin with the verb to have. It's really important to know exactly how to write the verb to have. So we, here we have the pronouns, and here we have the pronouns in English. I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they. And some particular energies we already saw is that we have he and she. But in French we don't have it. We don't have the word. It's no. It can be only feminine or masculine or it's something completely different. It does not correspond to it. No, it means 11 is when we don't know who did who did that were say one did that. Yeah. It corresponds or it can also correspond to we, we did that on a visa. But the verb will always be written at the singular form as if it was only one person, okay? Here, one other particular LTE is they they can be infringed. Masculine or feminine. Yeah, in English, we don't have here something different for the feminine and masculine word. Some, some particular also is that in English, we only have a changing with he and she infringe. Everything here is different as you can see. Yeah. And for nearly every verb, we have, we have that particular entity that everything is really different, okay, here, maybe you serve it already. I did not write x2, I did write J apostrophe. Why? Because here that begins with the foil Zhe Yang. Everytime you have volume, that begins the verb, you cannot put j e, you have to put J apostrophe Z. Now, we will pronounce it yet. Z. To try to pronounce it after me, J to L. We have to make a link. Yeah, because here we have an n. Here also we have a link moves out. Like if that one would be as z moves oven. Whose Avi eels zone. And in the feminine form l Zhong, Zhong bridge. Let's continue. So in English it's I have you have he, she has. We have, you have an, they have, is the verb to have really important because in French, It's also. A so-called auxiliary. Yeah, when you have some compound verbs, it will be verb form. It will be always. We will use always an auxillary that can be ed or Ofwat. Now, the adjectives, it's what we saw today. Yeah. The text. We saw some singular words and some plural words. Yeah. Oh, singular, masculine. Oh, we just have to put an S here and we have the plural form. Now. New, nul, boom, boom. We have, you have the same. We have an S at the end. We put an S at the end. And you have the plural form of the masculine and feminine form. It's quite easy. He will have an e that we aggregate after the t 00. And the employer form. We aggregate and S nulla, nulla with double l. E here will have something particular nulla noodle, but we hear the same IA nulla, nulla, nulla. We hear the same. Here. We don't hear the same. Oh, we don't hear the t at the end. Oh, we don't hear the T and we don't hear the S or oh, yeah, here it's the same and here it's the same. Bom, bom, bom. Been. Good. Sorry, sorry. Sorry. Sorry. We hear exactly the same. We are going to see here a bit after, after some slides, we are going to see those, that particularities in detail. Some other examples, gaa, gaa, gaa, gaa. We hear the same, but it's not written in the same way. It depends if it's feminine or masculine, and it depends if it's singular or plural. All of those here and here also are some adjectives. And the adjectives are always related with the noun. They modify. Two 2s, two 2p. Bo, Bo, Bell, Bell, do, do, do, do. The same here. It means soft, soft, beautiful. All or every, or each, sometimes grey, green, and happy game. And now the exact rules. So concerning the adjectives, they always have gender and number. So the feminine of an adjective is usually formed by adding an E. Usually the masculine singular, like, oh, oh, we don't hear the T. Most of the time when we have a T at the end of a word, we don't hear it. Okay. And so all the 0s here, a Lowe's to say out the T, to say out loud that, yeah. Next rule. The plural of an adjective is usually formed by adding an S to the singular form. Oh, oh, we don't hear that. Needed T naught ds. But when it's written way, we know exactly that it is plural. If the adjective ends in e mute, it means an E that we don't here. In the masculine. It does not change in the feminine. It's quite logical know, if a masculine word ends with an e When we're not going to aggregate to ease, No, no, no, we don't aggregate to each. No, such in the masculine form is the same and the feminine form. If the adjective ends in the masculine singular with an X or S, as it should be normally with the plural form. It does not change ASR and the masculine plural do. The does not change. It does not change. And here that x, you don't hear it. Yeah, you just hear D, O, U, and those two letters make the sound goo. So here we'll have do, and he will have the same green, green and we don't hear the S at the end. Like nearly always. Yeah. You can see it like, you know, when you, when you have an S at the ends, 99% of the time, you don't hear the adjectives which end in the masculine singular, an n or an L, double the finite consonant. Remember with Soviet already with noodle before adding e to form the feminine. Newly, newly born. With ON Is the sound. Boom, been. Yeah, here we have a particular entity because it's, it ends with an L. So we have to double the L before putting an e at the end. When an adjective modifies two or more nouns of different gender, it means one is masculine, the others feminine, or we cannot use the feminine problem, in that case, amazon feminine and Lucia, some bow. Here. We don't have bell. No, we have both. The House and the garden. Beautiful. The adjective is generally placed after the noun. Here we are. We're dealing with the place. Where should we put it? After the noun that it modifies? And adjectives of color, taste, shape, and nationality are always placed after a noun, okay, examples. These two are, quote, a short story, so it's the contrary. Hear an English, yeah, we'll short story quote here. It's at the end. Here is before, before the noun that it modifies. And in blue because it's a color, because it's a color. It's always at the end after the noun that it qualifies. But we have some exemptions, Yeah, a few adjectives that are short and used frequently, precede the noun. They are before the noun. Yeah, boom, oh, visually competition. Yeah, good, bad, nice, big, small. Baumgarten. We don't say we say like in an English now, a good boy or a nice girl. Yeah, like in English. But it's the exception. It's only when it's short and used frequently. Hear the possessive adjectives table. It means my, your, his, her, our your there. Yeah. It's like the other adjectives. It depends on if it's masculine or feminine, singular or plural rule, okay? So you have to print that out. And when you write something, you have to be able to know which one to choose. One good thing here is that the plural form is the same as you can see in masculine and feminine. That's a good thing. That's something that will help us. Mei De Si, no vote. And the S at the end, we don't hear it. May they see no vote? Ok, the same for the feminine. In the singular form. There are some short changes, yeah, in the masculine form. More. Note without Hoola and defender inform. Mad, sad. Note, revote roller. Here. Something great also is that there are, there are three forms in which it's the same. Note. Our, your day. Let's continue. Possessive adjectives rose. The possessive adjectives agree in gender and number with the noun that they modify, okay, that it modifies and not with the possessive. In English, it agrees with the processor who owns the thing? Yeah. In French, it agrees with what it modifies. Yeah, it's really, really important that you understand and that example will, will, will make it clearer. Okay. You have to imagine Ramy, he has a mother. Amy has a mother. Yeah. She's his mother. But in French we say his her mother. Why do we say her mother? Like if it was her, no. Why would it be heard? Because its mother because it's a mother. It's something feminine that he possesses. He does not possess his mother, but yeah, you understood? Yeah. Remy has a mother. She is his mother in English but in French? C. Okay. In the exercises. It will be also really cleaver. Yep. Let's continue. Before a feminine word beginning with a boil or an age, mute, madrasa, turn into mountains. So that is a so-called exception in French, there are many exceptions. And you are going to understand why could we say ma MOI? If we listen to it, it does not sound well. Ma, ma, ma, ma, we have 22 sounds here and ended sounds here, and the beginning sound here that are exactly the same. And it does not sound well. So we use the masculine one, Mona, HMO, and we make the link, yeah, Menachem, ma, ma, ma, No, no. My wardrobe. It does not sound well. So infringement use MANOVA, the same width or large collage or laws. No, it does not. Sound waves, so we say moon knowledge. So every time you have a mute age, or every time you have a volume, you have to use the masculine words instead of the feminine words. 6. French grammar: Fill in the blanks : Let's fill in the blanks. If needed, only if needed. Luxury. Done, Du Bu Li largely Bhatia don't do only. So what you have to ask yourself, is it feminine or masculine? In French? Feminine or masculine. And Li, is it feminine or masculine, or is it plural? The nice COH gives some good milk. The nice code gives some good milk. Luxury bash, don't do bone. Lee. Born. It's masculine. Lee masculine, so we don't change anything, but here, thus, it's feminine. So the adjective has to be feminine. Also. Lets continue on continuity and to know the clue pushing exercise. Let's continue with the next exercise. Laughs amelia Nipah, tricky. Carlo Murray, a mission. Li-fraumeni Patrick, Carol Murray, a mission. Laugh. The family isn't very happy because the husband is rude. The family isn't very happy because the husband is rude. So here we have the word happy, and here we have the word rude. Happy, rude. Which one is feminine? Which one is masculine? Which one is plural? Servers know plural, but we have here something that is feminine. Because who is happy? The family is happy. The family is happy. Okay. Luminary emission. Who is rude? The has spent as Rhode. Okay. So rude. It's not feminine, would it have been feminine? Wood we have put here an e at the end and it would have sounded different. It was have sound Ms. shot. Instead of mission. He Me, me, me, me, me. So where is the adjective? The adjectives here, surge. It means quiet. And we have to ask ourselves, who is quiet? Yeah, sees me. His friends. So his friends IS approval word. So such has to be plural. Also. The legume elif we saw living. Elif we saw three. We have to ask yourself, what is nice? So that thing that is nice is the fruits and vegetables. So they upload. So we have to put an S at the end of the adjective. Lily gloom, elif, we saw Julie, but we don't hear it. Yeah. We will only see it in the written way. Lynn song movie. Is it correct or not? The news are bad. Lee nouvelle movie. So we have to ask yourself, movie, it corresponds to what, what is bad, the news and the news, the word News and entrench that a feminine word or a masculine word in Wilson surveys here will have something double. It is feminine, so we have to aggregate an e and it is also provable. Yeah, the news, it's feminine and also programs. So we have both an E and an S to aggregate and always in that order. 7. French grammar: Mistake, no mistake.: Let's continue with the new exercise. Mistake, no mistakes. So we have to look carefully at the sentence and try to know, Tried to know if it hasn't mistake or not. So that one, Lovasz usually has it's a mistake or two mistakes on nothing. Is it completely correct? You have to think about it and tell me it has a mistake, but where is that mistake? The mistake is at the beginning of the sentence and also at the last word of the sentence. And you have no to try to correct it. Lovasz usually thus we So it's a feminine word, so it cannot be lou, it's law. Yeah. And Julie, it ends with an e at the end because it's feminine. Mistake, no mistake. Ramy Ajahn T, Renyi Zhang t. It has a mistake. Where is it, John T? It, it Remy in men. So we can say double L, W L, it's popped the feminine form. But we hear the same. Yeah. John T. T. Naught. We heard the same. Mistake. No mistake. Tammy do re mi, son John T. Liza, Me, Do Re Mi, some junkie. No mistake. Everything is correct. Remember you can pause the video, pressing the space bar if you want to take some time to think about it. Yeah, if it has or if it doesn't have a mystic mistake, no mistake. Live. Bu Li, We do Jada, some boo. Mistake. To mistakes live. We use that ensemble. You have to take away the S at the, this word and aggregate an S at this works. Yeah, why? Because live we use yada. How much how much garden are there? There is only one garden. Yeah, you do. It's singular. If we do know that one is a noun now, it's not an adjective, it's not an adjective. Live, we do Jada. So boom. How are they? The fruits of the garden are grade or delicious. Yeah, boom. So what is good? What is good? Yeah, the fruits. So the fruits, it's plural and it's masculine plural. So BON, BON with an S. Mistake, the mistake J, movies, novella. Movies. Quite easy that one g of n. Well, it has a mistake. Yeah. No, it's not. In movies and well, yeah, it's feminine. And here we could see it because it ends with double E. And here it has an e to the n, So it's feminine. Okay? In movies, nouvelle mistake, no mistake. Zhi Du Li, pass-through. Really easy that one g twice lethal do leave. It hasn't mistake. Where is it liter? With an S, G liter, the labor. So I have three letters, milk per day. And so as to end, I'd like to see a quote with you. Yeah, a French quote or Gamow league Hong remade or go home or Gamow whom led to great evals, great remedies. But in English, you say desperate times, call for desperate measures. I really hope you enjoyed that lesson And I see you in the next lesson. Bye bye. Add-on to pull in a supernova and loosen on water companies.