Product Description

This bundle includes two fantastic courses!

Course 1: Conversational French Made Easy

If you have always been fascinated by people who speak another language and want to pursue it as a hobby, or you simply need to brush up on your spoken French before you head off on a trip, these two courses will help you to achieve your goals and open up new avenues and experiences for years to come!

The course is audio based using a bilingual speaker and it will be supported with on-screen transcripts for easier learning and better retention.

What am I going to get from this course?

Over 28 lectures and 4 hours of content!

By the end of this course you will be able to hold a basic conversation with a native French speaker.

In this course you will learn to introduce yourself, ask for directions to important landmarks and order a range of food and drinks.

What is the target audience?

The course is suitable for people with limited-to-zero previous French experience

Curriculum

Section 1: Why choose to learn another language?

Lecture 1: The benefits of learning another language.
Lecture 2: The French Language

Section 2: Greetings and personal profile.

Lecture 3: Much more than Bonjour!

Lecture 4: Age, location and where you are from.
Lecture 5: Likes, dislikes and hobbies.

Section 3: Getting around town.

Lecture 6: Directions and landmarks.
Lecture 7:  Countries of the World.
Lecture 8: Transport and times.

Section 4: Social Life and Dining Out.

Lecture 9: Meeting up with friends.
Lecture 10: Au café: Ordering food.

Section 5: Body Parts and Illness.

Lecture 11: Body parts and common illnesses

Section 6: Conclusion.

Lecture 12: Conclusion and Ongoing Learning

 

Course 2: French Tenses Simplified

Course Description

Learning the French tenses can be time consuming and, unfortunately, rather boring if you follow the ‘traditional’ methods. Enrol in this course and you will master the 10 most important tenses in the fastest and most efficient way possible by learning how each tense is formed, when it is used and, to make it even simpler to remember, what the English equivalent is!

Work your way through the tenses in easy-to-follow lectures, then test what you have learned at the end of each section – as a professional languages teacher and tutor my experience has shown time and time again that by revising our learning after short bursts we are able to remember information MUCH more effectively!

Enrol in this course today and it is GUARANTEED to help your knowledge and understanding of the French tenses. Whether you are taking your exams, finals or are just brushing up on your already-developed language skills then this course WILL help!

What are the requirements?

  • There are no requirements except your computer/device and an internet connection.
  • It may be useful to have a pen and paper (or a digital option) available to make notes (this is helpful to some, not to others).
  • No previous language experience required, but may prove an advantage.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Master the 10 Main French Tenses FAST!
  • You Will Master Auxiliary Verb Use.
  • You Will Learn How to Form Each Tense
  • You Will See the English Equivalents to Help Retain More Information.

What is the target audience?

  • You can benefit from this course whether you are a beginner or experienced.
  • As a newcomer to French you will be able to access the French tenses for the first time in an easily explained way, allowing you to build a good knowledge from scratch.
  • As an experienced French speaker you can benefit from the course as a refresher or as a more clear and concise explanation of the tenses you may already know, but not fully understand.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to the Course

Lecture 1: What To Expect from the Course

Section 2: Infinitive (Infinitif)

Lecture 2: The Infinitive

Section 3: Indicative (Indicatif)

Lecture 3: The Present Indicative

Lecture 4: The Passé Composé

Lecture 5: The Imperfect

Lecture 6: The Pluperfect

Lecture 7: The Simple Future

Section 4: Subjunctive (Subjonctif)

Lecture 8: The Present Subjunctive

Lecture 9: The Past Subjunctive

Section 5: Conditional (Conditionnel)

Lecture 10: The Present Conditional

Section 6: Imperative (Impératif)

Lecture 11: The Imperative

Section 7: Conclusion

Lecture 12: Conclusion and Further Learning