A Unique Audiobook Method to
Learn Today’s Modern French Language

A Unique Audiobook Method to Learn Today’s Modern French Language


"French is an evolving language and traditional methods won't help you communicate in today's French...

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Start Learning with À Moi Paris Level 1 & 2
For the French Beginner...

Two Downloadable French Audiobooks Totalling Almost 18 Hours of Audio:

  • Recorded at Three Different Speeds
  • Created With The French Beginner In Mind
  • Focused On The Present Tenses And Truly Useful Vocabulary
  • Based Around A Realistic Story and Characters
Begin Your French Learning the Right Way

Continue on to À Moi Paris Level 3 & 4
For the Intermediate...

Two Downloadable French Audiobooks Totalling More Than 18 Hours of Audio:

  • Recorded at Two Different Speeds
  • Designed to Simplify the Complexity Of French
  • Focused On Building Your Confidence And Reflexes
  • Based Around A Realistic Story and Characters
Kick Your Modern French Into High Gear

Master French Verb Pronunciation
For All Levels...

More than 35 Hours of Downloadable Conjugation Drills:

  • Build Your French Pronunciation Mastery
  • Practice 25 Different Verb Forms Of The Key French Verbs
  • Learn the Real Street Pronunciation
  • Single 6 Minute Drills Easy To Practice Anytime
Make Your French Verbs Pronunciation A Reflex

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In a short period of time I was able to correct mistakes that I had not been able to figure out even after a year of college level French.

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