Understand “Real” Everyday French
The French words you learn on regular French classes are either too formal for everyday conversations or are already outdated slang.
You need to learn fresh slang terms that French people actually use on the streets, in daily life, and even on TV shows or movies. But without the proper guidance in how to use slang terms, you could end up offending French people. A lot of French slang words and expressions are highly vulgar or offensive and could cause embarrassment when used inappropriately.
Learn Colloquial French the Right Way
To properly learn French slang, you need a resource with the freshest, most updated slang. You also need one that is intuitive enough to provide you with guidance on how to use these slang terms---if they could be considered offensive and should be used sparingly or if it’s a popular one that could be used anytime with friends.
Most importantly, you need a French slang e-book that also provides help with pronunciation and listening practice.
Annotations for offensive or popular slang
Audio for Pronunciation Practice
Introducing: Colloquial French E-book With Audio
All the French slang terms and expressions you need to speak like a native is here.
Speak French Like a Native
Colloquial French shares with you thousands of slang words that you can use to sound like a native French speaker in no time.
This complete e-book pack is the most extensive you could find in the market, containing 1,400+ slang words and expressions, a bonus mini ebook, plus a FREE audio you can listen to.
No More Sounding Like a Textbook
If you simply stick to the formal vocabulary you are taught on your regular French course, chances are you’ll have a hard time understanding colloquial French.
This e-book will help you pick up everyday French conversations – the kind you will hear spoken by native speakers on the street, in movies and radio, and more importantly, in real life!
Impress Your French-Speaking Friends!
Achieve a more natural conversational French by using carefully selected slang words.
Your French friends will be impressed by your newfound speaking ability and be amazed at how legit you actually sound!
Enjoy A Few Laughs with this Fun and Entertaining E-Book
This book contains some colourful words and “interesting” expressions used by the French in everyday conversations. From the wholesome topics to the ‘slightly’ provocative, expand your range of vocabulary while enjoying a few laughs.
The First French Slang E-Book with MP3!
The free audio is available in two versions:
The audio pack will help you recognize how the words and expressions are spoken and learn to pronounce them the right way. You can learn on the go — listen to the tracks while on your commute, jog, or while doing basic chores everyday!
Continuously updated slang words available in a SPECIAL BONUS e-book!
Slang is ever-evolving and newly created slang can grow outdated pretty quickly. The main book contains the most consistently used terms you can hear throughout the years, but, as a bonus, I have also created a list of contemporary French terms for fresher, more up-to-date content.
This short e-book (containing 200++ seasonal slang expressions that won’t hang around forever) gets regularly updated with new expressions that appear in various media including YouTube. Guaranteed to keep you sounding cool and never passé!
Never misuse a slang expression again
You will find annotations throughout the book to let you know if the term is popular/common or if it could be considered offensive by some. This way, you will know when it is appropriate for you to use or not, eliminating the risk of offending anybody or committing a social faux pas.
When you see (P) beside a term, it means that it is popular and widely used. It is therefore highly recommended for you to recognize and understand it for immediate use.
Words and phrases marked (O) means that it is offensive so use with caution! It would be good to learn the slang, but be careful of using it liberally in your daily speech.
Examples from the book:
Ça va? (P) How are things? How are you doing?
Comme ci, comme ça (P) So-so
Chiant (P) (O) Boring
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Here’s What Our Customers Have to Say
“When I originally bought this eBook it was only $4.90 and contained around 300 words. I thought the price was acceptable because it included some MP3s, which is a feature I’ve never seen on books related to slang. However, when I bought the second edition of the eBook it had much more content. It had 1400 words and the expressions used in the book were very consistent! I didn’t even have to pay again because Frédéric gave us the updated version for free. A lot more expressions were included in the eBook and I also got a few hours’ worth of MP3s. I really think it is a great value for only $9.90 and I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to learn some French that isn’t learned in a textbook.” - Paul Vanderlei
“Very funny eBook! I had a good laugh thanks to of some humorous expressions I learned in this eBook.” - Chantelle Mellis
“Great resource to learn French. The audio is very useful as well and it can be downloaded so you can listen to it anywhere. Funny and easy to follow even for beginners, I would definitely recommended it!” -Antonela Zulpa
Similar books only contain around 400/500 French slang expressions. This e-book offers 1,400++ of highly relevant French slang! Also the first to be provided with accompanying audio, the additional audio material is perfect for brushing up on your pronunciation or for learning vocabulary on the go.
What's in this book?
Frederic BIbard is the founder of Talk in French, a company that helps french learners to practice and improve their French.
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