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À Moi Paris Level 3 “Parisian Life”

Unique Intermediate Audio Method for Learning Modern French

4.98 out of 5 based on 41 customer ratings
(Rated 4.98 on 41 Customer Reviews)
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Duration: 9 hrs 11 min (+ 182 Pages)

Target Level: Low Intermediate

Designed to Simplify the Complexity Of French

This French audiobook clearly explains complex points of grammar and vocabulary such as the various French pronouns, irregular adjectives, the many ways of asking questions in French and interrogative expressions… The story part, which continues the adventures of Mary and her friends, illustrates what is explained in the study guide so you also learn the grammar in context. You’ll then practice the new concepts with exercises.

With this audio method, you will:

  • Master intermediate points of grammar such as pronouns, adjectives, adverbs…
  • Learn a lot of idioms and expressions in the context of a story
  • Train in using and understanding the modern French pronunciation French natives use today
  • Practice what you’ve learned with specific exercises

A Unique French Learning Approach

  • Focused on real world French vocabulary and core French grammar
  • Recorded at 2 different speeds (Slightly Slower & Street)
  • Learn while following a novel with real characters that evolve in real life situations

Included in this French Audiobook

9+ Hours of story chapters + study guide + grammar and vocabulary exercises – all professionally recorded by a Parisian native + 182 pages PDF transcript.

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Real-life situations covered include:

  • Describing and comparing people and things
  • Setting an appointment in French
  • Going to the gym
  • Making various kinds of phone calls
  • Getting ready for a party
  • Ordering and commenting on food
  • Mastering all weather conversations
  • Flirting in French
  • Discussing a TV show

The Study Guide includes:

  • Direct & indirect object pronouns
  • Asking questions: Est-ce que, inversion & street
  • Common & complex interrogative expressions
  • Expressing possession & possessive adjectives
  • Demonstrative & Interrogative adjectives
  • Adjectives of colors and nuances
  • Tous, tout, toute or toutes & pronunciation
  • Quel, quelques, lequel, duquel, auquel, quelques-uns…
  • Possessive & demonstrative pronouns
  • Comparative & superlative adverbs
  • Y/En and their modern glided pronunciation
  • Adverbs and their place in the sentence

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Maureen

    Merci, excellent learning tool. The grammar is explained very well and the exercises helpful.

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  2. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Lancaster – France

    These materials are excellent. I need to use French every day, and the vocabulary and expressions in these audiobooks help me in so many situations.
    Camille’s explanations are clear and practical. She has a real feel for what you need to know to communicate successfully in French, and has lots of useful tips. Much better than the more traditional methods !

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    This series is terrific for training my ear to understand spoken French. The inclusion of French idiomatic expressions is something I have not found elsewhere in my studies; this is incredibly helpful. And the Study Guides are the best I’ve come across for detailed explanations of French grammar and pronunciation. I’ve often heard it’s best to learn a language the way children do, without concentrating on grammar. But as an adult, I still have the curiosity to understand the logic (or illogic) of the grammar. This course is excellent in explaining things that I’ve wondered about through the years (on and off) of studying French.

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  4. 5 out of 5

    Maureen

    A very good learning tool. The explanations are clear and very helpful

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  5. 5 out of 5

    Karen Henderson, Switzerland

    I have found every audiobook in the series to be extremely well done and useful. I especially like that you can listen on “slow speed.” I can listen sentence by sentence and use it as dictation or as a means of repeating the sentence outloud.

    I would definitely recommend this audiobook series.

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  6. 5 out of 5

    Laili (New York)

    I’m very happy with my recent purchase of audiobook level 3 & 4. I’ve taken French lessons on and off for many years before and have studied with apps too but always felt that my speaking and listening weren’t improving much. The frenchtoday series are actually making a difference only after 4 lessons. I feel that my understanding is getting better. It is fun to study with the app and you also receive great language tips via e-mail that is very helpful. I can tell the creators of the app/material have a great understanding of where the difficulties of a foreign speaker lies and they have structured the app with that focus in mind. I totally recommend the frenchtoday À Moi Paris audiobooks.

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  7. 5 out of 5

    Jim Mitchell – Hertfordshire, England

    This really is the very best method of learning French that I’ve come across. I had a French teacher, who kept on telling me to watch French TV or French films, but it all seemed much too fast and I became disheartened. The French Today method is a really excellent, graduated approach that allows you to build your language knowledge with confidence. And I really appreciate the weekly emails also.

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  8. 5 out of 5

    S Weeks, USA

    I have been aspiring to learn French for some time over the years, starting in high school. Recently, in preparation for moving to the U.K. and having much easier access to France, I have been trying anew to gain some level of fluency in French. I had been using Duolingo, which is helpful enough for learning some vocabulary and verb conjugations. However, it does not have anywhere near the context, useful conversation, language tips, and instruction in use and pronunciation of modern French as Camille and Olivier’s audiobooks. Initially I had stumbled on French Today as I looked for more insight into how to actually speak French to real people. They have incredibly helpful and informative blog posts that are an amazing resource. If you want a taste of the audiobooks, do check out the blog posts. Camille’s tone is friendly and accessible, and she explains the complexities of French quite clearly, along with invaluable tips on how to bolster learning.

    Recently I decided to purchase the audiobook series after following the blog for a while. I accidentally purchased the beginner levels 1 and 2, thinking I am definitely a beginner but realizing I would have been better off with levels 3 and 4. Olivier was incredibly accommodating of my mistake and graciously arranged for an exchange of materials in a very timely manner. The materials are clear, friendly, and genuinely helpful. The most valuable part of the materials to me is the street pronunciation of French, which is quite different from what one is generally taught in American school or in other self-learning courses.

    Thank you so much to Camille and Olivier for their accessible and fantastic products!

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  9. 5 out of 5

    Philip Reeve

    Thank you for your help today, I can now continue with my studies. With the three levels of learning it is easier to progress. Your help today says your back up service is as good as the product.
    Thank you again for both

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  10. 5 out of 5

    Tim Landy, Albury, Australia

    Great listening practice. Highly recommended.

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  11. 5 out of 5

    Huy Nguyen – Vietnam

    Realistic and useful conversation. Very crisp and clear audio recording !

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  12. 5 out of 5

    Tony Broomfield. France

    I purchased level 3 , I have a basic French and I strugle with retaining infomation ,
    I have tried many system of French ,I find your methods suit my level but I lack discipline , but I am trying

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  13. 5 out of 5

    Sylvia – Toronto Canada

    Great for absorbing the adverbs, adjectives and phrases!

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  14. 5 out of 5

    Joe Tiller – New Zealand

    I’m really enjoying the course material. It makes a nice change from the conventional learning processes. To be able to understand the nuances of street french will be of great benefit . I will certainly purchase the next chapter once I have completed this one.

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  15. 5 out of 5

    Kaylyn, Washington DC

    I started studying French a year ago for pleasure, and I am starting my intermediate studies. I use a variety of study methods to keep things interesting so that I stay motivated. I started using the French Today verb drills and the first audiobook very early in my studies. They have been so helpful both in learning French vocabulary and in learning to pronounce things correctly. Recently I received a compliment from my French teacher about how clearly I speak French – she says I am very understandable. I attribute this to the time that I have spent with the French Today verb drills and audiobooks.

    There are a lot of people on the internet trying to sell things to French learners, and some of them are a waste of money and don’t actually work. French Today is different. The verb drills and audiobooks are very useful and can be used in a variety of ways to help you study – as Camille explains in the introductions to everything. Using the instructions provided by French Today, I have not had any problems using the materials on my computers (both Apple and Windows) and on my iPhone and iPad. It has been easy to use them on all of my devices. Now that French Today has its own app, I suspect it will be even easier.

    Thank you Camille and Olivier for the work you do through French Today!

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  16. 5 out of 5

    Alan Merry – Auckland New Zealand

    A well structured and very clear explanation of basic French grammar, concentrating on the present tense and the little words that give learners a lot of difficulty in any languate. The integration between a really interesting story and the lessons is a real strength, as is the choice of speeds with which the story is read. The emphasis on ‘street French pronunciation’ is great. This whole series of audiobooks is a fantastic resource for early intermediate students trying to progress to the next stage. Many mysteries of the French language are clarified in a way that is difficult to find elsewhere.

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  17. 5 out of 5

    Laurence, USA

    I was a French major in college and proceeded into an entirely different direction for employment and pleasure. I am refreshing my French after almost 50 years and find the approach being used in the audiobooks and email communications to be highly practical and beneficial. Thanks for doing such a thoughtful and friendly effort toward teaching French as it is spoken today.

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  18. 5 out of 5

    Cath L (Oxford)

    Excellent explanations of the French grammar rules and I like the translation exercises which help to consolidate what I am learning.

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  19. 5 out of 5

    Alfred Nicol, Newburyport, MA, USA

    I had to guess at which level I should begin, but I must have guessed right. I always understand what Marie and her friends are talking about, and after listening several times I understand nearly every word they say. Camille is a very expressive reader, so the recordings are interesting to hear even when you’ve heard them a few times already. It’s an encouraging way to learn to French.

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  20. 5 out of 5

    Yassaman, US

    I came across this site when I was searching for a French grammar book. I noticed they have books for verbs, but they have no grammar book.
    I emailed Olivier that I perfectly understand French, but my grammar needs some improvement and I don’t see any grammar book. What he said made me decide to buy all their books. He replied: Since you fully understand French, it is cheaper for you to get a grammar book from Amazon. Somehow, I liked his honesty, instead of going to Amazon, I bought all their books. This was my best investment. I need to say, listening to A Moi Paris 1,2,3,4 my grammar improved a lot.

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  21. 5 out of 5

    Phil Reeve Charente

    Thank you for the new link to the audio I had lost . I also thank you for the weekly lessons. I have been trying to learn French for 10 years now ,and after trying your system I wish I had found it before . I have made more progress this year with the words and audio together.

    Thank you

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  22. 5 out of 5

    Selby, north yorkshire

    It took me a while to work out, how to load it on my ipad, but i am very happy with the audio book, and will buy more in the future. Merci beaucoup.

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  23. 5 out of 5

    Jack Ingram, UK

    Camille has a way of explaining some of the ‘sticking points’ for students in ways that are easily understood and memorised, rather than drowning them in confusing ‘grammar speak’. Of course, some knowledge of grammar in your native language is a bonus but students need to keep their eyes on the prize and not be forced to study in detail what is, after all, another subject.

    I have bought several courses in recent years and gleaned what I could from them but with this course I see a light at the end of the tunnel in achieving my ultimate goal- speaking and understanding street French in Paris without sounding ‘comme une vache espagnol’.

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  24. 5 out of 5

    Phil Reeve – Charente

    I am very pleased with the audio learning,especially the street french. The sytem you use makes learning la french a lot simpler.

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  25. 5 out of 5

    Marcus Estrada (California, USA)

    I have bought the other books in the series and really do enjoy seeing how Mary has matured over time. I decided to buy level 3, because I wanted to know what happened to Mary in between levels 2 and 4. This 3rd book is brilliant. It has helped me express myself better in situations that I never thought about and the audio is, as usual, extremely clear and excellent for fine tuning one’s French.

    Sometimes I ask myself where I would be without the “A Moi Paris” series. I think of it as the ideal soap opera for a French learner. I always wonder what will happen next in the story and my with the helpful exercises and grammar explanations after each chapter, my French continues to improve more and more. Camille and Olivier never cease to amaze me with each installment in this “très chic” series. Each new installment has excellent audio, clear explanations, useful exercises and helpful insight on grammar and French culture. There will be levels 5, 6 and beyond, right? Well, at least I hope there will be. Thank you Camille and Olivier for making my French studies enjoyable and suitable for everyday life.

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  26. 5 out of 5

    Tom, Ottawa, Canada

    Since I am very hard of hearing, the crystal clear pronunciation at slow speed is immensely helpful to me.

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  27. 5 out of 5

    Jim Chandler (Brooklyn, NY.)

    I’ve worked with MANY French language podcasts and programs and French Today is by FAR the best! I love that they teach French the way it is actually spoken by natives! It makes SUCH a big difference and really helps you grasp the language. Big thanks to them for all of the work they put into this product! I’m so thankful that it exists!

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  28. 5 out of 5

    Sidney Rudolph (Salt Lake City,UT USA)

    I did not know what to expect when I took a chance and purchased the level 3 and 4 series. I am at the present moment about halfway through level 3. I deeply appreciate the clarity of the speaker’s enunciation of the spoken French. I have found listening to the slower version multiple times after reading the dialogue for that section carefully a number of times followed by repeated listenings of the faster version most productive for me. I do appreciate the flow of the street version. I have always had difficulty with the flow of spoken French and these dialogs have been excellent. I also appreciate many elements of the Study Guide. I am enjoying the series and regard the money spent well worth it. I don’t expect to ever be fluent in French; but I do hope that my visits to France in the future will leave me batter able to handle what is thrown at me. I am already OK with written French at, say, the early lycée level; but improving somewhat with my conversational competence, which is pretty close to zero presently, is my goal. So far, so good. I like these learning materials and am pleased I purchased them. Merci pour le matériel pédagogique excellent.

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  29. 5 out of 5

    alanoud

    Je vous écris cet email pour exprimer un grand merci pour votre creations of the audiobooks. They really helped me ALOT in progressing eassier in the learning process, they are brilliant, user friendly, and contain interesting topics which is rare to find in language books and the most important part they explain how modern french is like !! Believe me the audiobooks make your life easier because instead of saying je ne sais pas you just say “chepa” and many more complex words are maid easier.. Million thanks to French today !!

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  30. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    These audio books are very helpful. They can be used in so many ways; from deliberate study using the study guides found after each chapter, to listening through your car’s stereo system as you drive to work. There are many layers of learning in each book. Well done, Camille!

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  31. 5 out of 5

    Ariana Nasr (Canada)

    Love it. The audiobook has already helped my comprehension a lot (love the slow version to start!) and I also love the related grammar lessons! Bravo!

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  32. 5 out of 5

    Doug Anderson – Adelaide, Australia.

    Excellent stuff! Difficult enough to make me really listen, but easy enough for me to feel good about my progress. Thank you!

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  33. 5 out of 5

    Ruth /Israel

    I love the story and the recording, I learn a lot from to the study guide and I love listening to eat on my way to/from work.
    It’s the perfect solution for people like me that loves French but don’t have the time to take private lesson during the day.
    I will definitely buy additional lessons and recommend to everyone.

    Thanks Camille and Olivier for making a fine, useful, interesting product, hopefully you will make more things that will help to conquer this great mountain of French language :-)

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  34. 5 out of 5

    Jen C.

    One of the best materials available for those undertaking independent study of French.
    The dialogues present common situations in an engaging manner. Very intelligently done.

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  35. 5 out of 5

    Mike (Newcastle, Australia)

    I am enjoying listening to the A Moi Paris audio series (level 3 + 4). I especially like the the two modes of audio, ie slow speed and street conversation speed. The accompanying Study Guides are helpful as they introduce the language and a good explanation of any related grammar being used for each of the chapters. The Study Guides contain exercises that also help to cement what is being taught. Overall, a very useful resource to improve your French.

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  36. 5 out of 5

    Peter Cripps, California USA

    I found this series very helpful in converting my high school French into something that could actually be used to speak to and understand French people. Camille is a great storyteller, and speaks very clearly. She uses current French pronunciations and also some slang-type words. Again, a great help in understanding what’s going on around you.

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  37. 4 out of 5

    Paul (Dublin/Ireland)

    I really liked it.
    Good points:
    I learned a huge amount of vocabulary “in context” which is easier than learning from a list.
    Good variations of situations – shopping, travelling, computers, cooking, restaurant, relationships, medical.
    The language is challenging but is set at the perfect level.

    Downsides:
    I think the study guide could be more helpful.

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  38. 5 out of 5

    F NY, USA

    A good way to improve your ability to both understand and make full sentences. Easy to understand, and fun to do, because it’s natural dialogues.

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  39. 5 out of 5

    Anne Nicholson, UK

    I have found this audiobook very helpful. I like that the dialogue is recorded at 2 different speeds. I try to copy the dialogue at the slower speed using the pause button and then listen to the recording at street speed. It really works, my spoken french is so much better.
    The written book with translation is there for when I don’t understand and the exercises at the end of each chapter help to reinforce the grammar points, I find it easier to see an example for it to sink in. But for me, it is the audio that has helped the most, I know I have made some progress with this method and am more confident in my spoken french.

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  40. 5 out of 5

    Iris Coman

    My friend and I have been taking lessons in French (we live in the Aveyron) but it has been very difficult to find a qualified teacher. We both felt that we were not progressing, so I suggested we have a go at the “A Moi Paris”, we love it. It is giving us a range of verbs, grammar, but most of all it is teaching us to ‘speak’.

    ‘Listening’, ‘understanding’, and ‘pronouncing’ are all in the audio which also describes the correct way to glide the words together.

    We get together at the moment once a week and 2 hours just fly by. Each chapter is the right length to work at and to feel achievement has been made. Well done and thank you.

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  41. 5 out of 5

    John Hine, Boise, Id / USA

    For me, AMP is an ideal method for learning the French language. One easily gets caught up in the story and before you know it, you’ve learned many new words of vocabulary and some French grammar. Each chapter exposes you to a different grammatical concept and at the end of the chapter is a clear and concise explanation of the grammar along with some exercises to reinforce your understanding.
    As usual with Camille’s recordings, the audio is superb and the different speeds really help with understanding French natives.

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