Learn to Speak: Conversational French

Scott McElroy, Mr

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12 Lessons (2h 22m)
    • 1. Lecture 1 - The Benefits of Learning Another Language

      3:10
    • 2. Lecture 2 - The French Language

      4:50
    • 3. Lecture 3 - Much More than Bonjour!

      11:35
    • 4. Lecture 4 - Age, Location and Where You're From

      14:34
    • 5. Lecture 5 - Likes, Dislikes and Hobbies

      17:09
    • 6. Lecture 6 - Directions and Landmarks

      16:09
    • 7. Lecture 7 - Countries of the World

      6:52
    • 8. Lecture 8 - Transport and Times

      14:24
    • 9. Lecture 9 - Meeting Up with Friends

      15:35
    • 10. Lecture 10 - Au Café: Ordering Food

      16:42
    • 11. Lecture 11 - Body Parts and Common Illnesses

      16:42
    • 12. Lecture 12 - Conclusion and Further Learning

      3:58

Project Description

Create a dialog and record yourself - don't be shy!

Learn to Speak: Conversational French is a really great way to learn the art of speaking the language without having to worry about tricky grammar rules. At the end of the course I would like you to create and record a short 2 minute spoken dialog (you can play both roles or rope someone in to help!) and upload the sound or video file. If you don't have the capacity to record (although smartphone recordings are excellent nowadays) then alternatively you should create a written dialog of around 200 words instead - be creative!

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