French For Dummies: with CD

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But even if I knew no French at all, this would have been a very clear and concise introduction to the language. Appendix A: Mini-Dictionaries .....................................................................................311 Beware that the vowel o followed by a double consonant plus mute e becomes a softer sound (as in the following feminine adjectives) than when it stands alone or is followed by a mute consonant: sotte (suhht) ( silly), grosse (gruhhs) ( big, fat), bonne (buhhn) ( good). Chapter 9: Shopping Made Easy ..................................................................................137 No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or

For most adjectives that end in – eur or – eux, replace the ending with – euse to form the feminine. For example: amoureux ( in love) becomes amoureuse, heureux ( fat) becomes heureuse, and affreux ( atrocious) becomes affreuse. Reciprocal verbs: Indicate that two subjects are doing something to one another, as in Ils se parlent ( They talk to each other). Chapter 19: Ten Things Never to Say in French ........................................................297

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Learn how to briefly talk about yourself in French. Learn how say what your name and age are, where you live (city and country), what you do for a living, what you like doing, where you work and what languages you speak. Audio text with interactive exercises to improve your learning. Lesson 5: What Do You do For a Living ? :

Are you planning on studying or teaching in France? Do you know the most common classroom phrases in French for... Knowing how to ask a few basic questions in French can come in very handy when you travel to a French-speaking country and need to know the time or where something is located or just want to get some basic information, English The advantage of this audio book over a text book though is that you get to listen to how things are really pronounced, and you can replay it ad-infinitum. Whether you’re a pure beginner or already have some French under your belt, these videos are a true gold mine for both ear training and learning French vocabulary and verbs, as well as aspects about French culture. Highly recommended!

The Pimsleur method, designed for French learners at an introductory level, offers an accessible and interactive way to master the language. This cutting-edge approach has garnered significant attention due to its contemporary method of acquainting beginners with comprehensive language basics from the outset. Utilizing an audio-visual course, the method is organized into episodes, systematically guiding learners through their journey. The single biggest “hump” or challenge facing anybody just starting out in learning French is the understanding and mastery of the reading rules and pronunciation. When traveling in a French-speaking country, you need to know numbers for shopping, dining, transportation, and exchanging money. With this list, you can start practicing numbers in French. 0 zéro (zey-roh) Department, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 111 River Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030, (201) 748-6011, fax (201) 748- In French, you almost always use an article or short adjective before a noun or noun phrase. These words translate as the, a/an, some, this, that, these, those, which, what, my, your, his, her, and so on.



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