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French Tutorial Course


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Online, self-paced
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No formal qualification
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  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

This course includes lifetime access so you can complete the course at your own speed.

This course is for those who want to learn French or for those who are just interested in understanding the language. The modules include basic conversational words, Time telling, nouns, Adjectives, asking questions and so much more. Videos for the tutorial are segregated into specific parts to make it easy to understand. By taking this course now, you will have learned basic conversational French.


Benefits of taking this course include:

  • Unlimited and lifetime access to the course
  • Learn the course at your own pace
  • Course can be accessed on any platform
  • 24/7 Customer support

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Description

Have you always wanted to learn French? Or are you just interested in understanding the language?

This course will help you understand about basic common French words and their usage, and will also help you learn proper pronunciation of these common French words and phrases.

This course will cover:

  • Basic conversational words
  • Time telling
  • Numbers
  • Nouns, articles, demonstratives and gender
  • Adjectives
  • Pronouns
  • Possession
  • Adverbs
  • Asking questions
  • Important prepositions
  • Verb negation
  • … and so much more

The videos are sliced into specific, comprehensive parts where you can have an in-depth understanding of the words and phrases being discussed.

French Tutorial Course will cover the following topics:

Topic 1 - Basic Conversation

  • Oui, Non, Si
  • Talking About Professions And Jobs
  • Bonjour, ça va, au revoir
  • Ça va? Je suis content, triste, etc.
  • Ça va? J’ai faim, soif, etc.
  • S’il vous plait, merci, de rien
  • Apologies, Sorry, Excuse Me
  • Agreement, And ‘tu as raison’
  • Avoir envie de / besoin de
  • Être en train de
  • Ordering In A Shop Or Restaurant

Topic 2 - Time

  • Months Of The Year
  • Days Of The Week
  • Seasons
  • Units Of Time
  • Telling Time
  • Midi, minuit
  • Aujourd’hui, hier, etc.
  • Telling Years And Date
  • ‘In’ for Periods of Time
  • Le + Days Of The Week: Recurrent Events

Topic 3 - Numbers

  • Numbers 0-10
  • Numbers 11-20
  • Numbers 10, 20-100
  • Numbers 21-99
  • Numbers 100, 1000 To Billion
  • Examples: Complex Number

Topic 4 - Nouns, Articles, Demonstratives And Gender

  • Indefinite Articles
  • Definite Articles: General
  • Definite Articles Before Vowels
  • Use Of Definite Articles
  • Le partitif
  • Le partitif In The Negative: ‘de’
  • Le partitif Before Adjectives
  • This And That: ce, cet, cette, ces
  • Examples: ce, cette, etc.
  • Celui, celles, celle, ceux
  • Examples: celui, celle, etc.
  • Article + Adjective as Demonstrative Pronouns

Topic 5 - Adjectives

  • Adjectives And Word Order
  • Être And Adjectives
  • Adjectives That Change Meaning Before Or After The Noun
  • Section 6 - Pronouns
  • Subject Pronouns
  • Disjunctive Pronouns
  • Direct Object Pronouns
  • Examples: Direct Object Pronouns
  • Indirect Object Pronouns
  • Examples: Indirect Object Pronouns
  • Reflexive Pronouns
  • Examples: Reflexive Pronouns
  • ‘En’ for le partitif
  • ‘En’ For Numbers And Quantities
  • ‘Il y en a’
  • ‘En’ For ‘from’ With Places
  • Y for Prepositional Phrases

Topic 7 - Possession

  • Singular Possessive Adjectives: mon, ton, etc.
  • Examples: Singular Possessive Adjectives
  • Plural Possessive Adjectives: mes, tes, etc.
  • Examples: Plural Possessive Adjectives
  • Possessive Pronouns: le mien, le tien, etc.
  • Possession with ‘de’
  • Examples: Possession With ‘de’

Topic 8 - Adverbs

  • Forming Adverbs With –ment
  • Adverb Examples
  • Adverbs For Quantity

Topic 9 - Asking Question

  • Inversion Questions
  • Inversion Questions With 3rd Person
  • Est-ce que
  • Qui
  • Quand
  • Que
  • Comment
  • Pourquoi
  • Combien
  • Which: Quel, quelle, quells, quelles
  • Examples: quel, quelle, etc.

Topic 10 - Important Prepositions

  • Compound Prepositions: au, à la à l’, aux
  • Compound Prepositions: du, de la, de l’, des
  • À, de for Cities
  • En, au, aux for ‘to/in’ Countries
  • De, du, des for ‘from’ Countries
  • Depuis

Topic 11 - Le Temps Présent

  • -er verb conjugation: parler
  • -ir verb confugation: ouvrir
  • -ir verb conjugation: reussir
  • -re verb conjugation: vendre
  • Irregular Verb Conjugation: Être
  • Irregular Verb Conjugation: Avoir
  • Irregular Verb Conjugation: Aller
  • Irregular Verb Conjugation: Faire
  • Present in English vs French
  • 2nd Verb Infinitives
  • ‘Il y a’ for ‘there is/are’
  • The Passive Voice
  • ‘Faire’ for make/have someone do something
  • Negative Infinitives

Topic 12 - Verb Negation

  • Basic Negation: Ne … pas
  • Ne … jamais
  • Ne … rien
  • Ne … personne
  • Ne … aucun
  • Ne … plus
  • Ne … que
  • Order Of Negative Words
  • Order For Negative Words As Subjects

Topic 13 - L’impératif

  • Forming l’impératif
  • Simple Examples For The Imperative
  • Imperative with Object Pronouns
  • Imperative With Reflexive Verbs
  • Order Of Imperative Pronouns
  • Negative Imperative
  • Negative Imperative With Pronouns
  • Negative Imperative With Reflexive Verbs

Topic 14 - Le Passé Récent

  • Venir + de + inf
  • Section 15 - Le Futur Proche
  • Aller + inf
  • Section 16 - Passé Composé
  • Passé composé
  • Participe passé: -er -> -é
  • Participe passé: -ir -> -i
  • Participe passé: -re -> -u
  • Participe passé review: -é, -i, -u
  • Examples: passé composé
  • Être + p.p. for passé composé
  • Examples of Être + p.p. and DR MRS VAN DER TRAMP
  • Passé composé with Direct Object Pronouns
  • Passe composé with Indirect Object Pronouns
  • Negation for passé composé: ne … pas/rien
  • 2nd Verb Infinitives with passé compose
  • 2nd Verb Infinitives with Negation and Direct Objects Pronouns

Topic 17 - Reflexive Verbs

  • Passé composé for Reflexive Verbs
  • Agreement Of p.p. With Reflexive Verbs
  • Reflexive Verbs For Possession
  • Idiomatic Reflexive Verbs
  • Reflexive Verbs For Talking In General

Topic 18 - L’imparfait

  • Forming The Imparfait
  • Imparfait For Describing The Past
  • Imparfait For Putting Ourselves In The Moment
  • Imparfait For Habitual Events In The Past
  • Imparfait For Interrupted Actions
  • Imparfait For ‘Was Going To Do’
  • Imparfait For Verbs Of State
  • Imparfait Review

Topic 19 - Le Future And Le Conditionnel

  • Bases for le futur and le conditionnel
  • Forming The Future Tense
  • Examples: le futur
  • Forming le conditionnel
  • Si… conditionnel + imparfait
  • Section 20 - Le Plus Que Parfait
  • Le plus que parfait
  • Examples: le plus que parfait

Topic 21 - Le Conditionnel Passé

  • Le conditionnel passé
  • Si… plus que parfait + conditionnel passé
  • Would, Could, Should

Topic 22 - Le Future Antérieur

  • Le futur antérieur
  • Examples of le future anterieur
  • Timeline of the Different Future Tenses

Topic 23 - Comparison And Superlatives

  • Comparisons
  • Examples Of Comparisons Of Quantity
  • Examples Of Comparisons With Adjectives/Adverbs
  • Superlatives
  • Examples Of Superlatives With Adjectives
  • Special Comparisons: meilleur, mieux, moindre, pire, mieux, pis
  • Examples with meilleur, pire, moindre, mieux, pis

Topic 24 - Relative Clauses

  • Qui, à qui, de qui
  • Que
  • Dont
  • Quoi, à quoi, de quoi
  • Où, d’où
  • Ce qui
  • Ce que
  • Ce dont
  • Forms of lequel, auxquels, des quelles, etc.
  • Examples for lequel

Topic 25 - Le Subjonctif

  • Formation of le subjonctif
  • 2 More Examples of Forming le subjonctif
  • Passé du subjonctif Formation
  • Subjunctive With Emotions
  • Subjunctive With Wants Or Restrictions
  • Subjunctive With Possibility Or Necessity
  • Subjunctive With Doubt
  • Subjunctive With Some Prepositions
  • Subjunctive With Uncertain Existence
  • Subjunctive With Superlative Opinions
  • Subjunctive With Impersonal Judgements
  • Review: Subjunctive

Who is this course for?

This course is designed for anyone who is interested in learning basic conversational French.

Requirements

No prior knowledge is required to take this course.

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