Learn how to speak today’s French with authentic audio files, lots of worksheets and quizzes, vocabulary and grammar explanations from Anne at FRENCH HOUR.
In this course, you’ll start learning French from the beginning, building blocks as you progress from one lesson to the next. Learn how to pronounce French sounds, learn numbers, how to order in a restaurant, how to ask for directions, it’s all there. The pace picks up as you go along, starting slow and leaving you at the end of the course with a complete basic dictionary, an overview of French grammar and lots of practice exercises for your own personal growth.
Dive into it, immerse yourself in the language, do 5 minutes every day and Anne guarantees you’ll make great progress.
This is a DELF A1 course, and each lesson is made to last you for a week.
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Français débutant – DELF A1
English Words in French
It’s really easy to learn French. Start with this ‘English words in French’ list, first lesson of Anne’s Beginner’s French Course at FRENCH HOUR.
Combination of Letters in French
Combination of letters in French words. How do French words sound? How are French words pronounced? It’s really easy to learn with Anne’s list. Copy her French accent.
Les sons en français – French Sounds. How do French words sound? How are French words pronounced? It’s really easy to learn with Anne’s list. Copy her French accent.
French Nouns, Articles, and Accents
What are the basics for French Nouns and Articles? How do you say ‘the’ and ‘a’. And what’s up with the accents on French words?
Review 1 – DELF A1
Bonjour – Hello – Part 1
Now that we know how to say the French alphabet, let’s buckle up and start learning how to greet -‘Hi’ and ‘Bye’ and more – in French. We will listen to 2 mini-dialogs.
Bonjour – Hello – Part 2
Bonjour – Hello – Part 2 – Grammar
Today, you will learn how to say ‘I, you, he, she’, how to say ‘my name is’ and how to conjugate ‘to go somewhere’.
Do you speak English – Part 1
So far, we’ve learned the alphabet and how to pronounce French sounds, how to greet people. Today, we’re listening to two mini dialogs on speaking French, English, slower, and so on.
Do you speak English – Part 2
Do you speak English – Part 2 – Grammar. In this worksheet: parler – ne pas parler – -ER verbs – negative sentences – questions
French numbers – In this worksheet: culture capsule on French numbers – learn and practice your French numbers
The menu please – Part 2
Learn how to say ‘She’s having fries’ or ‘He doesn’t want a dessert’. We’ll conjugate the verbs AVOIR (to have/to not have) and VOULOIR (to want/to not want). We’ll review negative sentences, questions and numbers.
How much is it – Part 1
In this lesson, we’ll learn a bit more about buying and paying for purchases with Euros. We’ll go to the farmer’s market, as you might in your trip to France, and buy veggies and cheese. In three short dialogs, we will hear how to ask for a price in different ways.
How much is it – Part 2
In this lesson, we are going over ÊTRE (to be) and FAIRE (to make or to do).
Dealing With Food — Review 4 — DELF A1
Today, we are reviewing dealing with food, ordering and paying. You might want to go back to previous units to review before you do this one. When you are ready, sit back and listen to this podcast. Get the worksheet on the Web site and learn a lot more, practice what you’ve learned with fun exercises.
Asking for Directions – Part 1
France wants to go to Le Louvre Museum. She is lost in the streets of Paris and is asking for directions. Let’s learn about Le Louvre, how to ask for directions and practice the vocabulary with her, in the companion worksheet.
Asking for Directions – Part 2
This unit is part 2 of “Asking for directions”.
In the previous lesson, you learned how to find your way when lost in the streets. This time, I thought it would be helpful to learn three common irregular verbs in the present tense. Also helpful in asking your way are words about directions. I wouldn’t want you to be lost on a French street.
Public Transportation – Part 1
Today’s unit is called French Public Transportation. France is taking the subway in Paris. She uses very practical vocabulary you can also use in any type of public transportation in France.
Public Transportation – Part 2
This is part 2 of the lesson called ‘Public Transportation’. In the preceding lesson, France was taking the subway in Paris. Today, we’re learning about the 24-hour clock system, and how to tell time. You’ll find the companion worksheet and the full audio here.
Time, Directions and Transportation – Review 5 – DELF A1
This is a review of time, directions and transportation. Review how to say ‘it’s three fifteen’ and ‘How can I get to Le Louvre Museum’.
Booking a Hotel Room – Part 1
Today, France is checking into a hotel. She is asking the receptionist for a room with a view on the Eiffel Tower. With her, you will learn vocabulary that makes you speak like the French.