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Section 1

Do you know how to learn French?

33 Ways to Learn French

1.1 Figure out exactly what kind of French you want to learn, and what you plan to do with it.

1.2 Make a list of words and phrases you need to know.

1.3 Don’t go anywhere without your French notebook!

1.4 Choose a method of learning French that matches the way you learn in general.

1.5 Choose a program with a good audio component.

1.6 Read French from the very beginning.

1.7 Use online translators with caution, and don’t use printed dictionaries at all!

1.8 Look for cognates!

1.9 Learn your diacritical marks!

1.10 Talk, talk, talk!

1.11 Consider old-fashioned methods as well as new technology.

1.12 Always learn the French article and the noun together.

1.13 Learn how to use verbs correctly.

1.14 Take the progress tests that accompany your lesson plans.

1.15 Learn when to use tu and when to use vous – it’s important!

1.16 Read French out loud.

1.17 Learn to describe your everyday environment in French.

1.18 Start a French journal!

1.19 Study (and review) every day.

1.20 Use context to help you translate French.

1.21 Be sensitive to tone of voice and body language.

1.22 Notice that French sentences aren’t structured like English!

1.23 Use all the parts of your French instruction package!

1.24 Find a good place to study.

1.25 If you’re learning French to be able to speak it well, don’t obsess about learning to spell it.

1.26 Watch French movies (no subtitles, please)!

1.27 Don’t worry about learning French slang – its day will come.

1.28 Don’t study when you’re tired!

1.29 Pronounce French words like French, not like English.

1.30 As you learn the language, learn the culture.

1.31 Surround yourself with everything French!

1.32 If a learner’s forum or online chat comes with your French lessons, use it!

1.33 Above all, have fun learning French!

Section 2 – Words

Words Intro

Lesson 1 (Greetings)

Lesson 2 (Socializing)

Lesson 3 (Traveling)

Lesson 4 (Hotel)

Lesson 5 (Emergencies)

Lesson 6 (Eating Out)

Lesson 7 (Shopping)

Lesson 8 (The Weather)

Lesson 9 (Numbers)

Lesson 10 (Days & Time)

Section 3 – Phrases

Phrases Intro

Lesson 1 (Greetings)

Lesson 2 (Socializing)

Lesson 3 (Traveling)

Lesson 4 (Hotel)

Lesson 5 (Emergencies)

Lesson 6 (Eating Out)

Lesson 7 (Shopping)

Lesson 8 (The Weather)

Lesson 9 (Numbers)

Lesson 10 (Days & Time)

Section 4 – Conversations

Conversations Intro

Lesson 1 (Greetings)

Lesson 2 (Socializing)

Lesson 3 (Traveling)

Lesson 4 (Hotel)

Lesson 5 (Emergencies)

Lesson 6 (Eating Out)

Lesson 7 (Shopping)

Lesson 8 (The Weather)

Lesson 9 (Numbers)

Lesson 10 (Days & Time)

Section 5 – Motivation

How to Stay Motivated While You Learn French?

5.1 Determine how long you have to learn the language, and why you need to do so.

5.2 Visualize yourself speaking French.

5.3 Figure out how YOU learn.

5.4 Do the self-tests in between lessons.

5.5 Choose the best time and place for you to study.

5.6 In the same vein, some people enjoy studying in groups, and others prefer studying alone.

5.7 Don’t get ahead of yourself.

5.8 And finally, nothing will build your motivation to learn more French better than interaction with real live French speakers.

Section 6 – Grammar

6.1 Masculine and Feminine Nouns in French – Lesson 1

6.2 Masculine and Feminine Nouns in French – Lesson 2

6.3 When to use “tu” or “vous” in French?

6.4 The two most important verbs in French

6.5 Where Does the Adjective Go in a French Sentence?

6.6 “C’est” versus “Il est” – Which is Correct?

6.7 Forming a Plural in French

6.8 How do you say “I’m going” in French?

6.9 How to use “Not” in French

6.10 How to ask Questions in French

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