Learn the different conjugations of the highly useful verb avoir, dire, être, faire, finir, manger, pouvoir, savoir, venir, voir, and vouloir without memorizing anything. Using repetition exercises designed to build your reflexes, the drills will help you develop an instinct to select the correct verb form naturally, with no more hesitations.
Pronounce French Verbs the Right Way
The drills are narrated by a French speaker and guaranteed to help you learn and practice correct pronunciation - as it is spoken today.
Highly Convenient and Effective
Each drill is five- to six-minutes long and is very easy to do. You can listen to the drills practically anywhere - in your commute, while driving or running, or during any free time you have.
The tenses covered include the affirmative, negative, and interrogative forms of:
Tenses that are barely used in actual speech such as passé simple and plus que parfait are not included in the drills so you could focus on the essentials.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
©2016 Frederic Bibard (P)2016 Frederic Bibard
This Audio Book really helped me improve my pronunciation and verb conjugations make more sense to me now. I have learned very useful things like when to use a specific tense or which form of interrogation is normally used. I liked that I was given the possibility not only to repeat the verbs, but also to check what I learned as the drills give you practice in random order. Great way to learn.
This audio is a fantastic way of breaking down French verbs, using a simple method. The pauses are long enough to be able to repeat the verbs and then listen to the way they should sound - further enhancing my pronounciation. The narrator translates each verb at the beginning of each chapter and how they would be used in French, which I have found to be very useful.
the writers use of repetition.
the witers explaination on when to use the verbs and the fact that he explained in English.
the way the writers explains and also gives one time to repeat after him makes the book interesting and if I had just read it I wouldn't be this confident
I didn't have an emotional reaction to the book but it made me laugh.
Understanding the French language is one thing, but speaking in the right tenses has been the most complicated bit to me. This book helps to simplify ones understanding of conjugation, as the writer takes time to conjugate in each tense more than once. The more you read out with the writer the more you get an understanding of when and how to use your tenses. I would definitely recommend this audible book to anyone who is looking to perfect their use of the French language.
Bought audiobook as I am trying to learn French, yet struggle to grasp how to use verbs correctly. Have found it to be an excellent learning tool. The verbs are spoken slowly, initially, to teach pronunciation. I found it helpful to then hear how they should sound, when spoken quickly by a fluent French speaker
No. The idea is great, learning verbs and conjugation by repeating them randomly. But the idea was spoiled by the voice of the reader. A man with soft blurring french, suitable to romantic characters in a movie, is the sole reader, both in short explanations in English and the actual French part, which should be clear and audible. It's sometimes hard to understand what he says in English and the attention is not drawn to the learning but listening, all of 27 hours. There should be at least two voices, one reading in English and maybe another one for random questions, and one for french. I managed to listen the first 6 hours but not really knowing, at times, what I was listening to.
Please do this again with proper readers. And please, not the sharp and loud American English speaker who overpowers everything, like in the 'Stories for beginners', but clear pleasant-to-listen-to voices, there are a lot of good examples.
The Audio was very good. The pronunciation was very clear. The man's tone of voice was very calm.
I especially liked the interactive part.
It gives you a chance to practice, to find the answers yourself and then compare it to his answers and how he pronounces them. This is a great way to learn the french language and I definitely recommend it to all who are trying to learn.
The interactive part.
It gives you a chance to practice, to find the answers yourself and then compare it to his answers and how he pronounces them.
Yes, his tone of voice was calm and relaxing. His pronunciation was very clear. Timing was good.
Great method for learning French
This is a great way to learn the french language and I definitely recommend it to all who are trying to learn.
I actually love this method of learning another language. The drills gave me a lot of time to actually learn the conjugation of the verbs. First doing it slowly to get the pronunciation then as if you are speaking, you can hear how the natives put it together. I feel more comfortable saying these drills outloud than any other teaching I tried. Good audiobook to have.
"Great Help with French Conjugation"
I found this method of learning verb conjugation very enjoyable. I have always wanted to brush up my French conjugation and this book was just the thing to help me with that! My pronunciation has improved dramatically because the author teaches you the verbs as they are spoken in France today. I am much more comfortable speaking now that I feel confident that I can conjugate verbs correctly. The drills give you practice in random order and give you time to figure out the correct answer yourself, and that has been very helpful. This is a product I would highly recommend.
"An interesting technique to start speaking French"
"Having taken some lessons in the past, for me was great this audio book focused in some of the most important and commonly use verbs in the French language. The author’s pronunciation is clearly good, but sometimes his strong accent causes me some trouble to understand the short explanations in English. On the other hand, I was pleasantly surprised by the repetition system results in all his variations. Soon I started to develop a natural reflex to clearly identify the right words along the drills, and now I feel more confident with my skills. Besides, the book offers a text version in PDF, which is a great way to integrate the writing learning and gives you a visual reference for a better focus. Very useful if you already know some basics!"
"Amazing method for enhancing French conjugation"
This method really helps to develop a correct conjugation of verbs (which is necessary for speaking in a clear manner in any language) thanks to the different drills it contains. The PDF visual aid is key for people like me that have visual memory while I can exercise the pronunciation and follow the audios at the same time. Also the smooth and slow voice of the narrator is a plus for it because it gives you time to repeat the phrases slowly, making the memorization step easier. Definitely recommended!
Great audiobook! I love how the speaker explains the method used before beginning the drills. I also appreciate the fact that he pronounces each verb slowly and allows a brief pause for you to do the same. Not only do you get to hear the word used slowly, but he then repeats the list of verbs at a normal pace so that you can get the feel of how the words sound when having a normal conversation in French. I find this super helpful for someone who has not taken a French course in a while and needs a refresher on pronunciation.
"Excellent Teaching Method"
I thoroughly enjoyed this audiobook. Listening and repeating the phrases is very helpful while learning to put together conversations in French.
"Good for a quick start in French Conversations"
Jumpstart your french
It's really helpful that this audiobook is designed for you to practice verbally so you can repeat it after the narrator as he adds a pause for practice.
He's French and he says it 2 ways, how its supposed to be said slowly and how french people actually say it which is very quickly so the words blend together a bit. Its a different sound and important for oral comprehension.
Its 16 hours of grammar so its best to study it over time.
I really like that he begins with the verbs that are used the most in conversation in French. I would highly suggest using the website or emailing for the free PDF as French is often spelled differently than pronounced.
"Immersive Language Practice"
This audiobook provides essential verb drills that will greatly assist those who are studying French. Of particular note is the manner in which you are guided first in a slow and then in a quicker process with the narration of a native speaker. It is an immersive experience that will assist language learners in natural speaking and listening skills.
"Great If You Have Prior Knowledge of French"
Yes, It's a very informal and helpful book if you have already taken a few lessons of French
No, it's kind of hard to follow along with
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