French Language Courses
Complete French courses
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French History Course
The history of the French language is an important part of understanding the language itself. My course on the history of the French language will take you on a journey through the centuries, from the Gaulish language to the development of Old French, Middle French, and Modern French. You'll gain a deeper appreciation of the language and its cultural significance, and you'll understand how the language has evolved over time. And there is a quizz at the end!
French Pronunciation Course
Pronunciation is a crucial aspect of learning any language, and my pronunciation course is designed to help you perfect your French pronunciation and reduce your accent. With clear explanations about how to produce each sound and lots of examples with audio, you'll be able to pronounce French words and phrases correctly and confidently.
French Grammar Course
What is an adjective, an adverb or even a verb? Is hearing that kind of words a nightmare for you? My grammar course is designed to help you master the fundamental concepts of grammar, with clear explanations, numerous examples and interactive exercises for you to better understand what are "the 8 parts of speech" (nouns, pronouns, determiners, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions), the key to success if you want to reach higher levels in French.
French Conjugation Course
With my conjugation course, you'll learn how to use each tense, how to render them in English, and how to properly conjugate verbs in French through cristal clear explanations and colourful diagrams. This includes many examples of regular and irregular verbs, as well as reflexive verbs. Thanks to our conjugation drills and exercises, you'll be able to conjugate verbs effortlessly and express yourself more precisely in French.