Learn and Master French Noun Genders
When asked what their trouble areas are, French learners would often say any of these three things: French pronunciation, tenses, and the gender of French words.
Ah the infamous French gender for words. Why do we have those rules for words? Who plays heads or tails with each word and decides that a table (une table) is feminine and a book (“un livre”) is masculine. Makes no sense, right?
Tackle the Word Gender Issue the Right Way
Noun genders can be difficult at first, but with the right method, it can be mastered.
1. Understand the logic behind the gender (because thankfully, there is still a sort of logic/pattern behind the words)
2. Try to create some automatic reflex when it comes to choosing the gender. The objective is to develop a reflex when you say the word in French.
Understand the logic
Create an automatic reflex
Develop a “melody” for the word
French Gender Drills: Master French Noun Genders WITHOUT ANY MEMORIZATION
You’re probably wondering if you read that right. Yes you did! With French Gender Drills, there is no more need for rote memorization. Using audio drills, you will:
Learn Noun Genders The Way The French Do
French people do not memorize the gender of words. They just see it, hear it everyday and whenever somebody says the wrong gender of a noun, people will automatically cringe and think “hey it does not seem right”.
Develop a “Melody” for the Word
Imagine a favorite song that you know the lyrics by heart. If the singer suddenly change the lyrics, it will feel off for you.This is the same idea for noun genders. You have to learn the “melody of a word” by associating the word with the gender automatically.
Through gender drills, you can use the same logic by doing the daily routine for 30 days. Spend 15 minutes per day associating a word with the right gender. No need to memorize the word itself.
Do the 600-Word Challenge
It may sound daunting but the Gender Drills will make it simple. By going through no more than 20 words each day, you will master the gender of 90% of the most common French nouns within 30 days!
Broken down into 30-day drill sessions, the drills will help you breeze through 600 words that account for 90% of common texts. Doesn’t seem so difficult now, does it?
Here’s How the Drills Work
Is this for you?
If you are any of the following, this is for you:
30-day drill sessions: 4 tracks per day (120 tracks: more than 90 minutes in total)
600 pages PDF
BONUS: Get a free e-book with 7 more days to practice the Gender of French Nouns (value: $9)
About the Author
Frederic BIbard is the founder of Talk in French, a company that helps french learners to practice and improve their French.
Here’s What Our Customers Have to Say
“It has a very interesting and unique approach, I’ve tried for 2 weeks so far and up to this point I like it. I occasionally make errors relating to gender when using some word but I can definitely sense an improvement using this method. It’s a very good tool for intermediate and advanced French Learners.” - Daniel Taylor
“I’ve lived in France for several years now and, despite the fact French people don’t normally mind mistakes relating to gender, I’m always looking to improve my French and avoid sounding too much like a foreigner. Gender and tense are often a struggle for me. After one month of using this eBook I must say that it works! Sure, sometimes I forget the gender of some words, the rate at which this happens is less and less each day. It wouldn’t hurt to have even a bit more content. There are a bit over 600 words but I would love to get the content up to 1000 or even 2000 words. This eBook became part of my routine as I listen the mp3s while preparing my breakfast – I’d like to continue it for a few more weeks.” - Anica Wijesekara
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