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AudioFrench.com is an on-line French audio dictionary with thousands of sound files, accompanying text, and video clips to help you learn, practice, and enjoy the French language.
How To Improve English Speaking Skills. Many students master the fine points of English grammar but find themselves at a loss when it comes to actually having a conversation with native speakers. In reality, the only way to develop fluency in speaking is by huge amounts of listening, and then practicing. This is because you are learning English the wrong way! Learning grammar and vocabulary will NOT make you a fluent English speaker. The only way to improve Spoken English is to practice with Native English Speakers. You need to learn to 'Think in English'. You have to 'feel' the correct way to speak English.
The site contains vocabulary lists, verb conjugation tables, and topical phrases to help the foreign language student and international traveler. Fluent French speakers author all the sound files. Both English-to-French and French-to-English written translations are presented.
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- Since the shows are done as interviews, you can pay attention to the host to learn basic conversation skills in English when talking to people. Mastering the natural progress from topic to topic and open questions (questions that need more than a yes or no answer) is a great skill to learn.
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You will hear French words, while you see French words, simultaneously, which helps you learn. Just double-click and listen.
Inside AudioFrench.com you will find:
Vocabulary Lists. Extensive words lists organized by subject matter. Sort by French or English translation. Each French word is linked to a sound file recorded by a fluent French speaker.
Study 30 subject lists, including les animaux (the animals), la cuisine (the kitchen), and le temps (the weather).
Difference between lets and let's. 'Lets' and 'let's' are two different forms of conjugating the verb 'let' according to the subject and to the object of a sentence. When do we use 'lets'? For regular verbs, the present simple tense for the third person (singular) is formed by simply adding '-s' in the end of the word.
Sing the alphabet in French: l'alphabet.
Hear pronunciation change with les accents (the accents), like e with l'accent aigu (é) and l'accent grave (è).
Say in French the symbols of punctuation (la ponctuation).
Learn to pronounce nearly 600 adverbs: les adverbes, including more than 200 adverbs ending with -ment.
Verb Tables. Conjugations for over 200 verbs - irregular, regular, and exceptions (regular verbs with spelling exceptions). Sound files include subject pronouns and auxiliary verbs. Each table includes English translation.
Learn verbs conjugated with être and the helpful mnemonic DR. and MRS. VANDERTRAMPP.
Word Videos. On-line videos of each subject list and verb conjugation, with English translation. Helps reinforce the sight-with-sound approach to learning French. All are *.mov format and downloadable.
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Quick Reference Verb Tables. Convenient form of individual verb tables mentioned above, arranged by alphabet, person, and tense - all linked to sound files. Just glance-and-click.
To see tables of the most commonly used verbs, arranged by person and tense..click here!
Expressions for..At the restaurant. Some helpful conversation to better experience dinner at a Parisian restaurant.
Travel log..Le Vélib’ Sur La Sellette. The darling of Parisians and tourists..a conservation project to reduce congestion and pollution. Anne-Marie describes its pluses and minuses.
Travel log..Une nouvelle fascination pour Van Gogh. Join with Arnaud and Emilie as they explore the Musée d'Orsay and Auvers-sur-Oise..the last home of Vincent Van Gogh.
Be sure to check out 10 Tips for Traveling To Paris.
Helpful Links. Recommended sites, products, and other resources for learning French and visiting Paris. Nearly all recommendations listed based on first-hand experience.
Please note the customized Google Search at bottom of page to further help you locate French words throughout the site.
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