Intermediate French Booster Pack
The Perfect Audiobook Collection for the Intermediate French Student
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À Moi Paris Level 3 "Parisian Life"
Unique Intermediate Audio Method for Learning Modern French
Develop your fluency with the present tense, by studying pronouns, adverbs, and more advanced adjectives. As usual, you will learn all these grammatical concepts within the context of the story so that you can memorize the new vocabulary and grammar easily.
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
À Moi Paris Level 4 "New Challenges"
The Ideal Intermediate Audiobook to Practice Your French
Begin your transition into more advanced French conjugation and grammar concepts with this French companion audio novel. Reunite with Mary and her friends in the story part, featuring longer dialogues, more complex vocabulary themes, idioms and expressions and an introduction to the tenses of the past and the future. Then practice your French with the Q&A section.
Theme related vocabulary around real-life situations including:
- Going to the hospital
- Typical daily activities
- Common slang
- Grocery shopping & setting a menu
- Cooking with friends
- Taking the plane
- Driving in France
- Describing a house & a garden
- Doing house repairs
- Computer problems
- Talking with and about babies/kids
- Commenting on food
- Discussing life options
Essential French Dialogs
Be A Savvy & Confidant Tourist In France
Realistic conversations covering every day situations tourists are bound to run into, professionally recorded at two speeds using modern street French pronunciation to boost your confidence in both speaking with, and understanding the French natives. 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 feel prepared when traveling to France.
Describe This! Mastering French Adjectives
French Adjectives Logic - from A to Z
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.
Traditional methods fly over French adjectives
I’ll teach you everything there is to know about adjectives, from their fundamental structure to their more advanced forms, in a clear, structured, easy-to-follow French audio lesson.
A very different logic and an always-changing pronunciation
Everything is different about the French adjective: its position in a sentence, the fact that it agrees with nouns, and mostly its pronunciation. You cannot learn it all at once: it needs to be clearly explained, and then you need to train step by step to acquire reflexes, with audio guiding you all the way.
Practice is the key
There are many more irregular adjectives than “vieux” and “grand”: some adjectives switch meanings depending on their position, others are invariable (orange, bleu foncé)… the only way to know which is which is to get a clear explanation, and then to practice. Each point of this lesson is illustrated with exercises allowing you to practice both in writing and out-loud.
“Il est” or “c’est” ??
This essential construction (totally ignored by traditional methods) is complex, but needs to be understood from the beginning if you don’t want to make a bad mistake each time you are describing something or someone.
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