Listening comprehension in French – Podcasts with transcription

Plenty of podcasts in French with transcription to help you progress in listening comprehension. Listening to audio and review words and expressions in sentences. Check lists of podcasts here   Have a question? Want to develop communication skills? Contact a French tutor now

Reading Comprehension in French – “Et si vous étiez étudiant… au Moyen Âge?” (Levels B+)

Reading and understanding French – Speak French Online – Learning French   C’était quoi être étudiant au Moyen Âge? Quelles étaient les filières les plus prestigieuses ? Pouvait-on faire grève ? Pourquoi la fac de médecine était-elle décriée? Et si on faisait un petit saut à l’université médiévale de Paris … Cocoricooooooo! Ce matin, ce … Read more

French listening comprehension – ‘Retour au cinema’ (levels A 2 and +)

Listen to the following audio and find missing words from the text below [Open audio in a new window] Mon retour au cinéma, un _____ à la normale ? Ma séance avait lieu à _____ dans mon cinéma habituel, le MK2 Quai de Seine/Quai de Loire, à _____ sur le bassin de la Villette et … Read more

Listening comprehension in French “Choisir un cadeau d’anniversaire” (Level A2 and +)

French Listening comprehension practice 1) Listen to the conversation and answer questions below   2) Questions 3) Transcript   ______________________________ Submit answers or contact a French tutor for more information

First verbs to know in French: ETRE, AVOIR, ALLER

Learn the first verbs you need to know in French TO BE — ETRE I am — Je suis You are — Tu es (informal singulier) He/She is — Il/Elle est We are — Nous sommes You are — Vous êtes (formal or  plural) They are – Ils/Elles sont  ============================================================ TO HAVE — AVOIR I have … Read more

Expressing nuances with subjunctive, conditional and future (Levels B1 and +)

Use of subjunctive The subjunctive is used mostly with verbs or adverbs expressing desire, doubt, or eventuality; it may also express an order. It is almost always preceded by the conjunction que (that). Ex: Il faut que nous partions // Tu preferes qu’il vienne Note: it is possible to replace the conjugated subjunctive form with indicative … Read more

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