My French Routine Volume 6
Hey there, French learner. Bonjour and welcome to the final volume in the My French Routine learning series. Whether you started with the previous courses or enrolled in this course separately, I would like to start by saying, thank you for signing up.
I would also like to wish you the best of luck as you embark on a four-week journey to brush up on the French language. If you’ve started out with the earlier lessons, you will notice that this course immediately picks up where the 5th volume ended.
Just as with the beginner and intermediate courses, you now have access to a complete step-by-step learning method to learn and practice your French.
Here’s how this course works
The entirety of this course is divided into twenty lessons. You will find that it is designed for you to work on a single lesson each day, 5 days a week, for 4 weeks, with a recap lesson every weekend.
Each daily lesson contains the following:
- One to three topics per day
- Sample dialogues recorded by native French speakers to illustrate the different grammar points
- Audio guides for help with pronunciation
- Exercises and practice activities
- Vocabulary and expressions lists
- So much more
The topics are carefully selected and the lessons are arranged to ensure that comprehension flows naturally.
The daily lessons are short enough to grab your interest, but still challenging enough to keep you going and make you feel a sense of progress day after day.
What makes this French course different?
I know, I know, the market is overloaded with French language courses. But what makes the My French Routine learning courses different is the method.
A Strong Focus on Listening
Throughout my years as a French teacher, I have always emphasized listening as a key skill that learners need to focus on. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced learner, practicing your listening skills in French is very important.
But just any type of listening is not enough. I want you to have audio materials that are specially crafted and inserted in all the right places to help boost your learning. These are embedded into the material itself.
Unlike all the other audio courses you can find on the market, the listening exercises that I included in this course have been merged with the daily lessons in order to fully maximize your comprehension.
As part of the lessons, you can listen to and follow along with French conversations that illustrate the grammar topics, as well as practice your pronunciation of the vocabulary. The audio material is narrated by native French speakers and recorded for you to easily follow along.
Create a Learning Habit
Learning French is no walk in the park. It requires you to sustain a certain level of enthusiasm and commitment. As a French learner, you already know that some days are harder than others, and some moments your motivation is so low that you feel as if you cannot go any further.
How to remedy this? Break the tasks into small, daily doses and build a learning habit as you go along.
This is the core concept behind all of my products and courses at www.talkinfrench.com. This course, like the rest of the Talk in French resources, builds on that idea. I believe that if you spend time everyday consistently following a daily lesson, you can learn so much more, and progress so much more quickly than if you do it irregularly.
This course—plus all of the previous courses in this series—will help you with that.
So, if you are an intermediate or advanced French learner, you are looking at the course that is ideal for your level. However, if you are a complete beginner or low intermediate level, I suggest you begin with the previous courses and make your way from there.
After taking this course, you should be able to:
- Convey your ideas very clearly and have meaningful conversations in French with native speakers
- Demonstrate boosted knowledge and polished skills in the French language
- Confidently navigate different scenarios while using the French language
- Pull from an arsenal of 3000 vocabulary words and expressions for use in your daily conversations.
I sincerely hope you will find this course helpful.
Bonne chance, good luck!
Frederic BIBARDFounder, Talk in French