Graduate from the Beginner French Level with this series.
Welcome to Upper Beginner French, volume 1! You're on your way to France! Master the basics of French conversation the fun, fast and easy way! Start speaking French in minutes, and learn key vocabulary, phrases, and grammar in just minutes more with Upper Beginner French. Our native French hosts break down all the sentences, grammar and more in a simple, easily understandable way! What you get in Upper Beginner French:
- Short and to the point
- Syllable-by-syllable breakdown of each word and phrase, so you can say every word and phrase instantly
- Repeat after the professional teacher section, so you can practice proper pronunciation
- Quick cultural tips in each lesson will help you navigate your way even better
- Above all, a fun and relaxed approach to grasping a lot of information quickly and easily
- Effortlessly learn from a bilingual and bicultural host as they guide you through pitfalls and pleasures of French culture and language
- Downloadable lesson notes totaling more than 220 pages
This isn't stale textbook material - it's fun, effective, and practical! You learn Upper Beginner French conversation that you can use immediately! These 25 short and effective audio lessons will allow you to:
- Speak French within minutes of your first lesson
- Understand culture, customs, and the French people
- Order the food you want in restaurants
- Travel in taxis, on trains, on buses, and in cars with confidence
- Master manners, etiquette, and customs
- Learn surprise phrases and tips that will leave your guests wondering where you learned them
Interactive. Effective. And FUN! Discover or rediscover how fun learning a language can be with the future of language learning.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.
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I didn't learn anything
I have no idea how someone could learn anything from this. I might just be an idiot. Power French is much better