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A new approach to learning both traditional and modern French logically structured for English speakers. Learn all the key grammar rules and then practice everything you learn within the story of an ongoing novel.

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À Moi Paris Method – Beginner

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This audiobook explains the foundations of French like no others. Clear grammar explanations, modern pronunciation tips, and really useful vocabulary. All illustrated by a fun story recorded at three different levels of enunciation (slower, enunciated and modern). Q & A section will entice you to practice out loud what you’ve learned and improve your confidence when handling simple conversations.

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"I’ve tried dozens of language learning methods for the three different languages I’ve studied, and I’ve never found anything quite like French Today. The absolute best program for language learning, and great customer service."

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"I have tried others and even a private teacher for over a year and learned grammar but still cannot have a conversation!! With your techniques, I am speaking and comprehending faster."

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REAL-LIFE SITUATIONS COVERED INCLUDE:

  • Talking about your family & country
  • Describing your hobbies (sports, music, travels)
  • Discussing the weather
  • Ordering food
  • Telling the time
  • Buying groceries
  • Being sick
  • Shopping for clothes
  • Commenting on an apartment
  • Planning a vacation and packing
  • Going to the movies
  • And more

THE STUDY GUIDE INCLUDES:

  • Guidance on how to study French
  • Directions on how to drill the irregular verbs
  • Verbs in ER + modern pronunciation
  • Reflexive verbs
  • Formal and Informal greetings
  • Politeness expressions
  • Shopping & clothing vocabulary
  • Traveling vocabulary
  • Food vocabulary
  • Housing & furniture vocabulary
  • Family Vocabulary
  • Sickness & medicine vocabulary
  • And more

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WANT EVEN MORE PRACTICE EXERCISES?


À Moi Paris Beginner - Exercise Book

Featuring more than 17 hours of audio-based exercises and transcript. These exercises are created from the ground up to help you train your beginner French and really internalise grammar and vocabulary.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Jane Richardson, New Zealand Verified Owner

    Very easy to follow and a quick response to any questions I have had. I look forward to speaking french well.

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  2. 5 out of 5

    Nicki Rocklin, CA, USA Verified Owner

    I took French as a teenager. I started here and have learned more in two months than I did in 7 years. I can’t wait to progress to the next level.

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Jane McConnell, Manchester, MA, USA Verified Owner

    I am hoping to learn some conversational French, ahead of a trip, in a few months, so I ordered the Beginner series. I remember quite a lot from high school French class, so the verb conjugations are not difficult, but the review is very helpful and I love hearing the language spoken in real life situations. The story format is a wonderful way to teach and I really appreciate the grammar and usage explanations.
    I am very pleased with this program and with Camille’s newsletters and free lessons and tips.

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  4. 5 out of 5

    Michael Schwarz, Melbourne, Australia Verified Owner

    Over the past year I have used many online sites to learn French. I now have a few favourites and French Today is definitely one of them. It is clear, comprehensive, interesting and, most importantly really useful. I particularly like the way that Camille provides different listening options as ‘audible French’ is something I find really challenging. I am also impressed with the wealth of information on a large range of topics that is available on the French Today website. Although I have not been using French Today for very long, I feel like part of the French Today family and I intend to complete the entire À Moi Paris Method. Thank you, Camille, for all your past and ongoing commitment – highly recommended!

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  5. 5 out of 5

    Leon Freis, Bishop, USA Verified Owner

    I’ve been studying French off and on for about 60 years. Ok mostly off. When I finally stumbled upon French Today’s approach, I made real progress toward hearing with understanding and speaking with facility. This is how we normally learn language. Try it. It works.

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  6. 5 out of 5

    James Nelson, Memphis, USA Verified Owner

    I honestly think I’m going to be able to learn French this time.

    The book is well structured, and understands and anticipates the problems a native English speaker would have in becoming fluent in the language.

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  7. 5 out of 5

    Melissa in Knoxville, USA Verified Owner

    I wish I had discovered this sooner in preparation for my upcoming trip to France. Brilliant method. Listening on the slow speed gives clarity and helps greatly with pronunciation before moving onto the normal speed. I will continue with the program in anticipation of my next visit to France!

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  8. 5 out of 5

    Carole Hatwell, Bridlington, England Verified Owner

    Although I am not really a beginner, I seem to have learnt French with lots of gaps in my knowledge, especially of grammar.
    So I decided to start with this beginners book.
    I can honestly say that it is very straightforward and I feel to be learning in a structured way. Yes, for me, I can whip through much of it quite quickly but it would work very well for a total beginner too and its really interesting as well.
    Altogether I am more than happy that I bought this.

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  9. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne, Blue Hill USA Verified Owner

    I am really enjoying this audiobook. A listen a bit each day.

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  10. 5 out of 5

    K Stagg, Port Townsend, USA Verified Owner

    This is going very well for us. We’ve tried two or three other language learning courses in the last twenty years but they didn’t stick. In one of them they used the reflexive ‘we’ construct but without explanation so we were sitting there scratching our heads and saying, “Nous Nous??!? What does that mean.” After your explanation we’ve been experimenting with its use, running what we say back through a translator and watching it come up with what we intended. That’s positive reinforcement!

    Your different speeds are very useful. I’m sure many people trying to learn French would rank being able to understand where one word ends and the next begins as one of the biggest problems when trying to understand spoken French. After doing the same part of the story in gradually increasing speeds we’re *starting* to develop an ear for it. Thank you for your focus on the spoken language. I’m far less concerned about spelling than I am about being able to converse.

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  11. 5 out of 5

    Rachael Pettus, Cyprus Verified Owner

    Well-paced and comprehensive with excellent service.

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  12. 5 out of 5

    Stephen, Le Bugue France Verified Owner

    I am a retired Australian now living in France since 2019. I have been spending 30 minutes per day learning French with a popular online program. My written vocabulary is improving greatly. I am a visual learner. However, I am frustrated because I have a lot of difficulty understanding spoken French. This is especially embarrassing because my wife’s mother tongue is French and I am missing out on many conversations.

    Recently, I was searching online for an explanation for the correct use of savoir-versus-connaître and discovered this link:
    https://www.frenchtoday.com/blog/french-verb-conjugation/savoir-versus-connaitre-to-know/ and bingo, the lights went on.

    I downloaded the ‘À Moi Paris’ free audiobook and thought this could be the solution for my audio comprehension. It is early days yet, but so far so good. I am enjoying À Moi Paris very much and I am making excellent progress. The stories in modern French are helping me understand what is being said and to correct my pronunciation.

    I look forward to the day when I can watch and understand French movies with my wife. Merci beaucoup French-Today!

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