Humanities

Conversational French for Beginners

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    1. Formal Greetings
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    Bonjour! Learn French Now! makes learning conversational French easy by teaching common French words and phrases like ‘hello’, ‘goodbye’, and ‘how are you?’.

    Bonjour! Learn French Now! makes learning conversational French easy by teaching common French words and phrases like ‘hello’, ‘goodbye’, and ‘how are you?’.

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    2. Casual Greetings
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    Comment allez-vous? Learn French Now! makes learning conversational French easy by teaching common phrases for greetings, conversation starters, pleasantries.

    Comment allez-vous? Learn French Now! makes learning conversational French easy by teaching common phrases for greetings, conversation starters, pleasantries.

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    3. Gender & Articles | Part 1
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    La or le? Learn French Now! makes learning French easy by teaching basic grammar. Understand gender of nouns and learn to identify masculine / feminine nouns.

    La or le? Learn French Now! makes learning French easy by teaching basic grammar. Understand gender of nouns and learn to identify masculine / feminine nouns.

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    4. Gender & Articles | Part 2
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    Le homme or l'homme? Learn French Now! makes learning conversational French easy by teaching basic grammar. This lesson focuses on the ‘l apostrophe’ in French.

    Le homme or l'homme? Learn French Now! makes learning conversational French easy by teaching basic grammar. This lesson focuses on the ‘l apostrophe’ in French.

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    5. Plural Nouns and Articles
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    In French, a banana is “une banane.” What if you have two? This lesson will take you through the basics of pluralizing French articles and nouns.

    In French, a banana is “une banane.” What if you have two? This lesson will take you through the basics of pluralizing French articles and nouns.

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Vilma C
8:30 AM 17 January 2016
Well explained. Thanks!
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lamia a
11:08 PM 14 September 2015
Merci bien
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Chai K
8:48 AM 12 July 2015
Tres bien interesting presentation. Merci beaucoup.
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Rene M
6:33 AM 08 June 2015
This was incredible. Loved the explanations.
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Conrad G
7:17 PM 21 May 2015
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