Catégorie : IN ENGLISH

Learn to read French Special consonants in simple words

Today YouTube movie shows 8 « special » consonants in short words (this consonants are C, G, H, K, Q, S, W, and X).    For students of French as a foreign language At this stade of your study, you don’t have to understand the words, but just to become able to read them correctly. Here are some…


Learn to read French Easy consonants in simple words

Today’s video shows two-syllable words formed with previously presented voyels (A, E, É, I, O, U, and Y) and easy consonants (B, D, F and so on). (Read more comments below the video.)    For students of French as a foreign language This is my second video for total beginners who want to learn how to…


Learn to read French Vowels in very simple words

This video presents the name of the vowels A, E, I, O, U, and Y, as well as É (E carrying an acute accent), and the easiest combinations of vowels and consonants in words like papa, dodo and so on.    For students of French as a foreign language This is the first of a set…


Learn the French Alphabet Part 4 From difficult to easy letters

In today’s video, letters of the French alphabet are presented from the most difficult to learn to the easiest to remember. (Further comments below the video.)    For students of French as a foreign language If a Search Engine led you to this site, and if this page is the first you visit, may I suggest…


Learn the French Alphabet Part 3 From easy to difficult letters

In today’s exercise, letters of the French alphabet are presented in logical order, from the easiest to remember, to the most difficult to learn. (More information below the video.)    For students of French as a foreign language As I wrote it above, letters of the French alphabet are presented in logical order, from the easiest…


Learn the French Alphabet Part 2 The 26 letters Quiz

This a silent version of the video presented earlier, showing the 26 letters of the French ABC. This video is very short. Watch it and say the names of the letters at the same time. If you are not able to do it, watch the previous video again. Once. And then go to the next…


Learn the French Alphabet Part 1 The 26 letters

You would like to start to learn French but you don’t know the names of the French letters ? Well, this set of video exercises is just for you !(Read more information below the video.)    For students of French as a foreign language This is the first of a set of 4 videos I created…


French Pronunciation Vowels É EU Minimal pairs

This exercise is devoted to the French vowel EU. It is presented in relation with the vowels usually written É and È.  For students of French as a foreign language This exercise allows you to repeat words with the vowels usually written É (or È) and the vowel EU : for example « dé » (dice) versus…


French Pronunciation Vowels OU U Minimal pairs

Here’s an exercise that will help you to grasp the difference between the vowels OU and U.  For students of French as a foreign language The vowel written U in French is not found in as many languages as the vowel written OU. The latter is pronounced like OO in English. Both vowels are round…


French Pronunciation Vowels I U Minimal pairs

This exercise focuses on pronunciation of the vowel written U in French. It is presented in contrast with the vowel I. Basic phonetic explanations are written below the video.    For students of French as a foreign language A lot of languages, among them English, do not have the vowel written U in French. Practicing exercises…