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FRENCH Beginner Complete Method DVD

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With our complete method  You will like FRENCH.

A fast immersion into everyday life! Are you preparing a trip to France, are your French friends visiting or is your son leaving for Paris? This program on DVD joins together three levels (beginning, intermediate and advanced) all in one.
6 illustrated Books
6 DVD video
1 glossary



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The fun of speaking French!

It is ideal to master short everyday conversations quickly.

It lets you experience in images, a whole succession of situations of everyday life which you will be easily able to reproduce when you are yourself the main actor!

You will understand better and speak better. It gets easier for you to be part of everyday life in France without having to translate.

We will tailor the teaching method to match your level of comprehension

The double-memory effect of audio and video finally provide a complete approach, educational as well as entertaining, that appeals to the entire family.
Well-divided into six levels, it will help you and those dear to you to make fast effective progress and whatever your level.

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The complete program


1. The appointment

Going to an appointment. Using the presence of the verbs “er” and “avoir, être”. It begins with forming questions using the articles (the, a), greeting, apologizing and thanking


2. In the bar

Visiting a bar alone. Conjugation of the verbs on “dre” and the irregular verbs on “re”. Using the interrogative words (that, which, where), the combined article (of), the numbers (0 to 20) and the denial (not).


3. A taxi

Taking a taxi. Using the plural and the kind of certain names. Conjugating “aller et venir” in the presence, as well as the verbs on “eler”. Using denial (not of), the demonstrative adjective (it, this, etc) and the cardinal numbers (20 to infinite) and ordinal numbers. Introducing yourself, asking directions, specifying your location using prepositions and locating adverbs.


4. At the airport

Going to the airport. Expressing your membership  (to whom; adj. poss.). Conjugate verbs (regular and irregular) in "ir" and "lire, rire”. Using the masculine and feminine form as well as the plural of adjectives. Specifying your location (in, at), learning the colors,  the time, the date and questions (which, how, why). Expressing the different meanings of some words.


5. The small screen

Talking about television, cinema and radio. Conjugating irregular verbs "savoir, croire, mettre", forming imperative and the close future. Specifying the location (by using simple and composite prepositions), expressing the time and duration, giving your opinion, using the personal pronoun (me, you), “il y a” and describing the meals.


6. The traineeship

Doing a traineeship or visiting a course. Expressing the frequency (how often). Conjugate irregular verbs (write and verbs of "Aître")  and the modal verbs (can, will, must). Using the indirect speech (affirmation, questioning and order), the personal pronouns (direct and indirect supplementary noun) and the special language expressions (who is this/what is this). Naming the date (day, week, month, year).


7. The bank

Going to the bank. Explain a reason (as, because) and the consequences (then, therefore). Conjugate irregular verbs ("rir" and "vivre"). Expressing quantities (partitive articles, "encore, ne plus”), using the indefinite (everything and each). Talking about money, about the family and about the names of countries (location, direction, origin).


8. The hotel

Introducing yourself at the reception and getting information. Using the present perfect and the personal pronouns (their place in a sentence), the indefinite articles (somebody, something, one). Conjugate pronominal verbs in the presence and in the present perfect. Speaking about job, sleep and waking up.


9. The grocery

Shopping in the grocery. Expressing quantities (determined and indeterminate), needs (it is needed, I need). Using the present perfect (with denial and adverbs), indefinite articles and the locating adverbs.


10. The station

Going to the railway station and travelling. Compare (comparative, superlative); expressing simultaneity and positions (action and result: e.g. get up/stand upright). Using the denial (several expressions) and the demonstrative pronouns (this, that, this one, etc). Differentiate look/see and listen/hear.


11. Reservation

Making a telephone reservation in a restaurant, asking for somebody special. Using imperfect and the recent past. Using the relating pronouns (who, what, where) and the interrogative pronouns (who, which, what?). Indicating the exact as well as the inaccurate time. Using the vocabulary of comparison.


12. The restaurant

Going to a restaurant and talking about table manners. Using the personal pronoun "there". Expressing quantities (so much, so very, nothing, the most part of, all), using the perfect participle (corresponding rules of “titre” and “avoir”) and the qualifying adjectives (its position in the sentence construction).


13. The conversation

Talking about the advantage of languages. Differentiate of imperfect and the present perfect. Using the personal pronoun "y" and verbs describing activities (sports, music), hobbies, free time, sports. Expressing comparison (good/bad, good/evil) and consequence (so much, if, such as). Using "savoir, connaître, pouvoir". Forming words pointing out nationality, language, population of a place and a region.


14. The leisure center

Going to a sports center, talking about sports and free time. Expressing your membership (possessive pronoun), the frequency (several expressions), exclamation (which, how, when), the length (specified or not; in the past with „il y a“ and depuis“). Using impersonal verbs. Talking about time and seasons.


15. At the doctor

Seeing a doctor. Forming the past perfect and using the personal pronoun (the double pronoun). Indicating date and time (past, presence and future). Talking about the health and the human body. Using the verbs "avoir faire, sembler, paraître".


16. The post office

Going to the post office. Forming and using the future. Expressing the duration (the beginning and the end of a period; verbs of time) and the opposition (connection words, conjunctions, "malgré, au lieu de"), using the personal pronouns (neutral pronoun "le", "le ou ça"). Talking about holidays.


17. The gallery

Going to an art gallery and describing your impressions. Using several declarative verbs and minding the matching time in the indirect speech. Form the passive. Expressing cause and effect. Differentiating the use of "tout".

Differentiate: “amener/emmener/apporter/emporter”, using "commencer, continuer, arrêter" name or infinitive.


18. The theatre

Visiting the theatre. Forming and using the present conditional. Using "laisser ou faire + infinitif" and the personal pronouns (“en, y” formed with verbs). Emphatically indicating by Gallicisms. Talking about leisure. Giving advices and reproaching.


19. The gas station

Getting in lane at the gas station. Forming and using the past conditional and the gerund. Expressing wishes and regrets. Building the relative pronouns (“lequel, duquel, dont, ce qui, moi qui, quoi, où”). Using the definite article. Expressing possibility and safety.


20. Looking for a job

Looking for a job. Forming and using the previous future, indicating to be older, simultaneity and posterity. Using the indefinite and partitive article, the personal pronouns (“moi-même”), the impersonal turns. Representing qualities and faults.


21. The Apartment

Describing your new apartment or house. Using the denial (summarizing), the adverbs as well as the completions of the manner and the prepositions of the situation. Expressing the arrangements using the indirect form (in the near future and the recent past).


22. The clothes

Describing your fashion taste. Using the indirect form in the future, learning pronominal verbs. Compare. Understanding and using the supplements of names and combined words. Noticing the building of verbs.

23. The occupation

Talking about the occupation and the working life. Forming and using the present subjunctive; using the infinitive brought in by the conjunctions. Using adjectives with its supplements as well as the personal pronouns (summary). Expressing duty and ban and using exclamation words.


24. The travel agency

Going to a travel agency; talking about vacation and tourism. Forming and using the present subjunctive; differentiate the indicative of the subjunctive. Expressing the condition (summary). Building verbs (“plus” + infinitive, “à” + infinitive or “de” + infinitive). Writing a letter.


25. A visit in Paris

Describing the city and its monuments. Using the subjunctive as well as the present participle and the simple past. Differentiate the written and verbally style, expressing and justifying your opinion.


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