French Audio Lessons
French Today specializes in delivering high quality French audio lessons on topics that are fundamental to learning French, but are poorly explained – or explained too quickly – in traditional learning methods.
Hi, I’m Camille Chevalier-Karfis. I’ve been teaching adults in private lessons since 1994, and these lessons come from my experience in class, always refining my explanation till it became crystal clear to any student, no matter his/her background.
Most of these downloadable French audio lessons come with many exercises, all recorded so you can train out-loud and gain confidence in speaking.
With our French audio lessons, you’ll build up your French on solid foundations!
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Target Level: Beginner - Audio Duration: 9 Hours 58 Min
As a beginner, your goal is to be able to exchange a few words, handle basic conversations in specific situations, and lay a solid pronunciation and grammatical foundation.
We’ve put together the perfect package to do just that!
Target Level: All Levels - Audio Duration: 3 hrs 6 min
Typical conversations that cover situations any tourist is bound to encounter in France (ordering in a restaurant, buying in a shop, booking a hotel room).
The dialogs are written using modern street French, and are recorded at two speeds to boost your confidence in both pronunciation and understanding.
Be a savvy tourist in France: the accompanying tips (full of vocabulary) cover factual and cultural points to help you fit in, avoid faux-pas and erroneous expectations.
”A truly remarkable collection of dialog occurrences, tips, and advice on navigating everyday situations..."- Dr. Steve Oswald, Colonel, US Army, Ret.
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Target Level: Beginner & Intermediate - Audio Duration: 10 Hours 30 Min
This confidence builder bundle will give you this essential practice, provide you with a ton of truly useful vocabulary, and boost your confidence when engaging in French conversations.
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Target Level: All Levels - Audio Duration: 3 Hours
This 3 hours long French audio lesson covers the foundations as well as the difficulties of French pronunciation (can you say out loud ‘Je cueille une vieille feuille sur une treille dans la ville de Lille’?).
After only one practice run with Secrets of French Pronunciation, words like accueillir, écureuil, and feuilleter no longer stump meDianna, USA
Target Level: All Levels - Audio Duration: 2 hrs 40 min
French adjectives follow very different rules than English adjectives: their pronunciation in particular changes a lot depending on the word they modify, this is why learning these adjectives with audio is so important.
This 2 hour 40 minute lesson will teach you in clear details all the logic that rules French adjectives as well as a lot of truly useful vocabulary to describe food, people, feelings etc… A major asset for all your French conversations.
Camille’s explanations are brilliant. This is such a useful lesson!Dain T, Byron Bay, Australia
Target Level: Beginner & Intermediate - Audio Duration: 3 hrs 24 min
There are many things you need to know about French subject pronouns, and the glided pronunciation of verbs. Because we are not robots, explanation itself is not enough: you need to practice, practice with audio so that the rules and pronunciation become a reflex. This is exactly what this 3 hours and 24 minutes audio masterclass provides.
If you are a beginner student, this French audio lesson is a must for you. But I am positive even advanced students can benefit from it – specially the glided pronunciation and reflexive verbs chapters.
I have several books and audio courses on French Verbs, but Camille’s are the bestJohn M. Hine, MD - Idaho, USA
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Target Level: Beginner & Intermediate - Audio Duration: 1 Hour
When should you use 'est-ce que'? When should you use inversion?
Asking questions is the base of all conversations. But students of French often have trouble asking questions fast enough, or fail to understand questions they are being asked. The 'street' way of asking questions is never studied in French classes, but it is the most common way native speakers of French ask questions nowadays.
An excellent presentation of the different ways to frame questions...- John Chamberlain, Arlington, MA, USA
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Target Level: All Levels - Audio Duration: 50 Minutes
Did you know it’s often appropriate to kiss on the cheeks to greet a person you meet for the first time ? When can you use “comment ça va ?” or “comment vas-tu ?”. Are you sure you understand all the subtleties between tu and vous?
French politeness is SO much more complicated than it seems. The words are not too difficult, but they are very precise, and there are many glidings. And if you hesitate on something that seems so basic, French people are going to doubt you speak any French at all or worst, get offended! You need to quickly identify the situation and the appropriate greetings because you can’t make a first impression twice!
Tu versus Vous is so much more complex than what it seems. Camille's explanation is brilliantGeorge K. - Australia