French Pronunciation

French Pronunciation

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One thing I keep on hearing from my students is how hard it is to pronounce French sounds. Well, look no further, Anne has prepared this course with a written and an audio file with

  • French sounds compared to English sounds
  • pairs to repeat
  • silly rhymes
  • exercises so you leave every lesson having checked your level

You know how, in English, the words “our” and “hour” are pronounced the same way, and how the words “red” and “read” can be pronounced the same way.

Well, guess what: it’s the same in French: some words are spelled the same and pronounced differently, and some are spelled differently and pronounced the same. With this course, you’ll be able to make the difference. Bye bye, trouble with silent letters; and bye bye, problems with all the rules and their exceptions. Just go through the motion and come out with a really solid guide on how French is said.

Mes élèves me disent qu’il est difficile de prononcer les sons français. Eh bien, ne cherchez plus, Anne vous a préparé ce cours avec un fichier écrit et audio avec

  • les sons du français comparés aux sons de l’anglais
  • des paires à répéter
  • des rimes amusantes
  • des exercices à la fin de chaque leçon pour vérifier votre niveau

Vous savez qu’en anglais, les mots « our » et « hour » sont prononcés de la même façon, et les mots « red » et « read » peuvent être prononcés de la même façon.

Eh bien : il est de même en français : certains mots sont écrits de la même façon et prononcés différemment, alors que d’autres sont orthographiés différemment et prononcés de la même façon.

Avec ce cours, vous serez en mesure de faire la différence. Salut les problèmes avec des lettres non prononcées ; et au revoir, les problèmes avec toutes les règles et leurs exceptions. Il suffit de suivre le cours et vous le finirez avec un guide vraiment solide sur la prononciation française.

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Prononciation

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