Looking for the right material to help you increase your level of French knowledge can be quite frustrating (believe me, I know!). I’ve spoken with enough French learners to perfectly understand the struggle. I’ve been working double time, even triple time,to be able to provide you with the appropriate learning tools every step of the way.
And…voilà! The latest book in the “My French Routine”series is finally here! Whether you have already bought a copy of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd volumes, or you have studied beginner to intermediate French before and just need to continue what you have started, this is the e-book for you.
Grammar is hardly a fun topic for anyone learning French. Like it or not,though, it is one of those bitter pills you have to swallow. Without learning grammar, you will not be able to build enough of a foundation to master French. Thankfully, this book is not like any of those boring text books you have probably come across before. My French Routine introduces the lessons together with fun learning aids that carefully illustrate the grammar points.
This e-book includes:
The result is a totally not-boring one month supply of short yet challenging daily French lessons.
So if you want to continue learning French until you achieve fluency (which you really should), check this book out. I promise, you will find it truly helpful.
If you need more details about this volume, please click the photo below. Merci!
Today until the 21st March 2016 , you can get a copy of this e-book for $10 less than the usual price. There will never be a similar offer in the future (this discount is only for launch week), so get your copy while it’s hot!
Frederic Bibard is the founder of Talk in French, a company that helps french learners to practice and improve their french. Macaron addict. Jacques Audiard fan. You can contact him on Twitter and Google +
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