• In the second part of the French beginner's course you'll learn new vocabulary for lots of different topics and improve your grasp of French grammar. The dialogues you will introduce you to new tenses and you'll learn how to use the French language in various daily life situations. This French course is based on level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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    J'adore le quartier ! Part 1

    I love the area!

    Here you'll learn: how to use aimer and adorer - how to say what you do and don't like - how to ask questions with est-ce que

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    J'adore le quartier ! Part 2

    I love the area!

    Here you'll learn: the expression il y a - to make adjectives agree - how to describe a town

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    J'adore le quartier ! Review

    I love the area!

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - il y a and the agreement of adjectives - questions with est-ce que

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    French pronunciation: "qu" and "j"

    Here you'll learn: how to pronounce qu and j

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    Pardon, où est... ? Part 1

    Excuse me, where is...?

    Here you'll learn: how to ask and to describe where something is located - how to combine the preposition de with le and les

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    Pardon, où est... ? Part 2

    Excuse me, where is...?

    Here you'll learn: how to ask and tell the way somewhere - the forms of aller - how to use the preposition à

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    Pardon, où est... ? Review

    Excuse me, where is...?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - the forms of aller - how to use articles with de and à

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    Au fitness à vélo Part 1

    To the gym by bike

    Here you'll learn: different sports - the days of the week - the forms of préférer

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    Au fitness à vélo Part 2

    To the gym by bike

    Here you'll learn: different means of transport - the forms and meanings of descendre

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    Au fitness à vélo Review

    To the gym by bike

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - the forms of descendre - the prepositions with different means of transport

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    Je suis en retard ! Part 1

    I'm late!

    Here you'll learn: how to ask the time - how to tell the time - commencer, a slightly irregular -er verb

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    Je suis en retard ! Part 2

    I'm late!

    Here you'll learn: different times of the day - how to ask about opening times - prepositions when giving times

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    Je suis en retard ! Review

    I'm late!

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - times and times of the day - prepositions used with expressions of time

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    French pronunciation: "o" and "u" before "m" and "n"

    Here you'll learn: when o and u are pronounced nasally

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    Qui fait les courses ? Part 1

    Who's doing the shopping?

    Here you'll learn: the impersonal expression il faut - the forms of boire - how to give indefinite quantities

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    Qui fait les courses ? Part 2

    Who's doing the shopping?

    Here you'll learn: the hundreds - different units of measurement - how to give exact quantities

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    Qui fait les courses ? Review

    Who's doing the shopping?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - quantities - the forms of boire

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    French pronunciation: "a", "i" and "e" before "m" and "n"

    Here you'll learn: when a, i and e are pronounced nasally

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