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Introducing the most Common Questions / Answers resource!
You want to improve your French dramatically or at least fake that you speak French?
Then develop a core language.
By creating a list of sentences with some simple vocabulary, you should be able to have a basic conversation in French. Repeating and exchanging these basic sentences in French will help you to develop a certain confidence in learning and using the language.
You can blow away your friends when visiting French Speaking Countries or meet some French Speakers by pretending to know how to ask questions, understand them and even reply!
I have created a list of the 25 most common questions (with Mp3s) in French with their answers.
You should be able to express:
- How to greet someone
- What you like
- How to tell the time?
- How do you say….?
- What is that?
- What did you do yesterday?
And so on…..
How can I access this resource?
Well, it’s simple. Do you see the banner right below? Click on it and insert your email address. Once you confirm your email address you will receive a link telling you where to download the most common questions and their answers in a PDF format with MP3s!
If you already subscribe to the newsletter then you shouldn’t have any troubles finding it.
This resource is just one of the many materials available in the French Learning Package
Introducing the Free French Learning Package
You may have noticed a new feature in the right-hand sidebar of this site called the Free French Learning Package. This resource is another resource I’m including in the Package for email subscribers only. I will be updating the learning package on a regular basis.
These resources are for email subscribers only. Sign up for the free updates in the box above and you’ll get an instant free lifetime access to these resources and everything else I’ll be adding to the Learning Package in the coming months.
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