French is the second most widely taught foreign language in the world. Weirdly, however, and despite the staggering amount of material available on the topic, there is a distinct lack of resources that approach the subject in a fun and lively a manner.
Complete beginners are often overloaded with complex grammar lessons that add more confusion than clarity.
This is the glaring omission I attempt to cover in my website, the subsequent emails, newsletters, and of course, this grammar course. Since the creation of my website www.talkinfrench.com, my team and I have endeavored to approach learning French in an unconventional way by making it engaging, friendly, and injected with a little bit of humor here and there.
I am not going to sugarcoat my words and say that learning French is just a walk in the park. Unless you are a linguistic genius, it’s definitely not easy.
Learning French takes time and effort. You will experience a lot of hurdles along the way, and in a lot of cases, slow progress can break even the most motivated learner’s spirit.
This is where developing a learning habit comes in. This course provides you with short and practical grammar lessons, which you can accomplish at less than 15 minutes per day or 30 to 45 minutes including the exercises.
By building on this daily 15-minute routine, you’ll be able to slowly work your way into creating a healthy learning habit.
This course is also available in e-book format in the form of two French grammar e-books which you may download and save to any of your devices. If you wish to continue learning offline to make use of your time while on your commute or doing other tasks, you may also use the e-book version of this course.
Simply download the PDF or epub version and the free MP3 files which you can get in the first lesson labeled Offline Materials. It is already available in the email receipt upon purchase of this course.
Reading about the different grammar points being rattled off in succession is hardly a fun way to learn. To help you grasp faster the grammar topics introduced in the lessons, you will also find short stories to illustrate the grammar point in every lesson.
Each story is only around 300 words and includes the English translation plus audio for your listening practice.
By seeing and listening to examples of how each grammar point is used, you will be able to construct sentences and grasp the concept easily and more naturally. Truly a fun and interesting way to solidify the lesson!
With that said, I hope you’ll join me on a 60-day journey to learn the ropes of French grammar. So come on! Hop on board with me for two short months and let’s make learning French a habit!
Founder, Talk in French
Frequently Asked Questions
You will see the progress bar at the upper left of the screen when you access any course. Once you have completed a lesson and mark it complete, the equivalent percentage of the course taken will be reflected in the progress bar.
Take note that the lessons may be taken in any order and your progress will still be tracked. Though it is highly recommended that you follow the sequence provided.
In lessons that contain quizzes, you need to complete all the quizzes first before you will be able to complete each lesson.
In the upper left corner of the page, you will see the My Account button. Click it and it will lead you to this URL:
Once you enter your details, you will have access to your “profile page”. From there you will be able to access the different courses you purchased.
Yes, you should be able to see the first module called “offline materials” where you can get the downloadable version of your course. We are about to simplify the system to make it even easier. A print version and an e-book version will be provided as well.
Yes, please. I am eager for a challenge. If you don’t like some parts or you think it needs improvement, criticisms are always welcome.
You can send me an email at email@example.com or, even better and easier, simply leave a comment on the lesson.
Yes you do have an option to retake the quiz and each time, your new score will be reflected. But for learning purposes, my advice is to take note of your errors and try to do better in the succeeding quizzes.
Note: This list of FAQs will be updated from time to time as I receive new questions. Thank you, merci, and best of luck! Bonne chance !
Founder, Talk in French