Simplified French Grammar—Perfect for Intermediate Learners!
French has too many grammar rules! Nothing is more frustrating for French learners than having to wade through all these many complicated rules, exceptions to the rules, and more exceptions to the rule exceptions. Makes your head spin, doesn’t it?
This is specifically why I created the “Learn French as Habit “series of e-books for you, busy French learners. I know you need practical guides to learn French grammar that focus on the main rules and not the exception. No fluff, just straight-to-the point, and easily digestible explanations for English speakers.
WHAT THE BOOK IS ABOUT
This e-book provides you with short and practical lessons (at less than 15 minutes per day) on how to convey ideas in French. It is direct and to-the-point, and through this e-book, I will be teaching you the most useful and relevant French grammar lessons in an effective way.
SIMPLE & CLEAR EXPLANATIONS
You learn French faster when you understand how the rules truly work. In my years of teaching French, I’m happy to say that my students love my ability to explain difficult concepts in a clear and easy-to-follow way. That’s exactly what I did with this e-book: simple and concise explanations that are easier to grasp than most resources in the market.
ENGLISH SPEAKERS’ PERSPECTIVE
After many years of hands-on experience teaching English-speaking students, I understand how you learn. I teach in a way that makes sense to YOU and I try to compare lessons with English grammar structures to drive the point home. This way, you’ll know when the rules are similar in French or not, and apply your learnings with what you already know.
THIS E-BOOK WILL HELP YOU WITH THE FOLLOWING:
- How to give orders and recommendations
- Difference between Perfect Tense (Passé Composé) and the Imperfect Tense (Imparfait)
- All about “les verbes pronominaux’ (reflexive/ recripocal / idiomatic verbs)
- Verbs with prepositions with “de” and “à” (tricky part for French Learners)
- Placement of Adjectives
- The difference between Savoir or Connaître (to know). Another tricky part for French Learners
- Some common mistakes made by English Speakers in French
- and so much more (30 lessons in total)
WHO SHOULD BUY IT?
- Low Intermediate French Learners
- Anyone who want to consolidate and improve their knowledge in French grammar structures
- 156 pages (PDF). Instant download ! No more waiting to study. Carry everywhere : PC / Tablet / Smartphone.
- FREE 153 MP3 tracks: Listen to examples in French and practice your pronunciation.
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