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
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.
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