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[symple_heading type=”h2″ title=”Heidi from Yorkshire.” margin_top=”20px;” margin_bottom=”20px” text_align=”left”]

I love the way Frederic offers such a varied and fresh insight in to learning French. It’s easy to get put off and over faced with everything coming at you at once, but in small bite sized relevant chunks.   A native speaker, who understands what we need to know to improve our French experience. It’s proving valuable to update and expand on my French knowledge without the usual pain and slog.  His slant on French etiquette is refreshing.  It’s not like ploughing through a text book and great for on the go.  His guide to easy embarrassing mistakes…..how I must have made those – cringe!  I’ve decided to make Frederic’s e-mails a regular part of my learning schedule (thanks for inspiring Frederic). I’ve been learning French on and off for a few years, and tried lots of different methods, but I find his relaxed approach easily absorbed, and there’s something for everyone whatever level you’re at, it’s relevant and interesting.  Thank you Frederic x

[symple_heading type=”h2″ title=”Naomi from Pottstown PA (USA)” margin_top=”20px;” margin_bottom=”20px” text_align=”left”]

Hi, I’m Naomi from Pottstown, PA (USA) and I’ve been enjoying the Talk in French emails and website.  I like the way in which lessons are broken down in small, “day” portions to encourage one to make learning French a daily habit. I have found the site to be an excellent resource for more informal French vocabulary that I didn’t find in my formal French textbook. I also like the friendliness demonstrated by Frederic throughout the site and the emails. Thanks Frederic for doing this!


[symple_heading type=”h2″ title=”Millicent Kimaita from Kenya” margin_top=”20px;” margin_bottom=”20px” text_align=”left”]

I discovered Talk in French by chance and when i looked into it,i have never stopped! I have notes from its site that are helping me in my grammar e.g The challenge in knowing the difference between l’imparfait et le passe composée :).phewx that’s all over! Not to mention the simplicity in the explanation of the topics,i recommend from beginners to advanced learners of French. More over,the newsletter keeps you informed of what is new and upcoming and words for the week to just push your French a little higher a notch! Why don’t you start today!:)

[symple_heading type=”h2″ title=”Maximiliano Lopes Santiago from Brazil” margin_top=”20px;” margin_bottom=”20px” text_align=”left”]

I like the beautiful layout of site, the small pieces of lessons that we can consume even if you not have much time and the lessons focus on major difficulties of french learners.
[symple_heading type=”h2″ title=” Gordon Gregory from Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City area)” margin_top=”20px;” margin_bottom=”20px” text_align=”left”]

I really enjoy TalkinFrench which I mostly follow on Twitter.  I don’t really speak French and only read it poorly but I love the language.  I follow several French companies and individuals and try to spend a little time deciphering what I read there.  I enjoy the daily French words and phrases which TalkinFrench sends my way.  Although I really don’t have time to devote to learning the language like I wish I could, I learn / relearn a bit in this way.  Thanks for the wonderful service. — Gordon

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