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Apprendre le français - cours et exercices de français

Apprendre le français - cours et exercices de français

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Les gestes français Create a quiz in minutes with QuizRevolution easy online tools. Make quiz widgets perfect for business marketing. Adds interactive website or blog content. Create online quizzes to socialize, share and promote. Ideal for fun or as a business-to-business lead generator and training tool. Built-in back-end statistics. Learn Russian the Fun Way Just when you thought you knew how to greet someone in Russian… As it appears, there is more than just “Здравствуйте” to Russian greetings. This is why I thought I would share the most common Russian greetings with you today. The Most Common Greetings in Russian Здравствуй [ZDRAST-vooy] – helloЗдравствуйте [ZDRAST-vooy-tye] – hello “Здравствуйте” is a formal greeting and you would use it when speaking to someone you don’t know very well, or someone whom you would usually address in “вы” in Russian.

French Fashion and Clothing Vocabulary All the words you'll ever need when you go clothes shopping in store or online! C'est tout ce qu'il vous faut quand vous faites les courses dans les magasins ou sur l'internet ! Whilst doing some online shopping for clothes (more like window shopping as I spend hours browsing without actually buying anything!) 1000 Most Common French Words - Top French vocabulary Written by Administrator Friday, 19 February 2010 10:29 When starting to learn French, it is always a good idea to memorize the most common words first. This will enable you to understand many more situations than if you were leaning your French vocabulary from random sources. Here's the list of most common French words along with their English translation. Note that some words in the list perform a similar function and can be grouped into a single entry with a higher combined rank.

Learn French Online for Free: Phrases, Vocabulary, Grammar, Pron Buy French Language Tutorial as an e-book! French Language Tutorial includes more than 200 pages of grammar and vocabulary topics, sample sentences, informal ways of speaking, cultural information about France, and an overview of French pronunciation. This e-book also comes with 200+ mp3s (more than FIVE HOURS) recorded by three native speakers and FREE lifetime updates. Download the first 10 pages of French Language Tutorial (including the table of contents). Russian for everybody e welcome you on pages of our site which we named “Russian for Everybody”. This educational site is prepared by the leading experts of the Russian Friendship University having vast experience in teaching Russian as the Foreign language. e understand that this work because of its volume, can be fully realized only within comparatively long time-period. The whole site is compiled as the reference material on Russian language. Of course it would be much easier for us to present some completed language course (for example “Russian for beginners”). However our experience gives us an opportunity to extend our resources not only to wide circle of students but equally to those teachers who are working in different countries in the departments of Russian language.

French language learning games All French language learning exercises are completely free to use, do not require registration, and are suitable for both school kids and adult language learners. French language acquisition games that French learners can study with, that teachers can incorporate into lesson plans, or that can be used used in homeschooling environments. An introduction to listening, reading, comprehension and communication in the French language. Each French study topic includes word lists with audio for learning the correct French pronunciation, and practice games for testing your learning progress. Online games employ the fun, fast and easy study method of simple wordlists for studying phrases of words, visual-based learning, and vocabulary drills for practice and testing. Learn the words from the sentence, phrases, verbs or word lists, and then play the revision/practice games.

Daily 5 Part 2- mini lessons Yesterday I posted an overview about how I run Daily 5 in my classroom. I also forgot to say yesterday that Daily 5 is the most amazing thing ever. I've never seen students so engaged and quiet. It's my favorite part of the day and theirs too! Today I will talk more about what I do during my mini lesson portion. After the students check in we immediately do our Daily Language Review.

French and Family Activity 1. Where Do People Speak French? Display a large world map prominently in class. Begin the lesson by asking students to name their town or city, their state and their country. As students answer these questions, point out to students where these areas are located on the world map.

A torrent of the Princeton Russian courses I posted previously about the wonderful Russian courses available for free from Princeton. They have, however, recently taken the courses down. This happened once before in the past, and the courses were later put back up, but there’s no real way to know whether Princeton will do this again. However – I have come to the rescue! Before the files disappeared, I had downloaded them all to my hard drive.

Daily 5 Happy Hump Day friends! We have officially made it through three days with our little people, and we are STILL tired! Man these kiddos have some energy! Our classes are as big as they've ever been this year, and we both have 28 first graders! We continue to teach, model, practice and teach again. We've done some really fun stuff so far, and will share some of that later. Using French Proverbs When learning a foreign language, we need to understand that we cannot always express what we want to say as a word-for-word translation of our mother tongue. It is perhaps surprising, then, when looking at French and English proverbs, to find that many of them are in fact direct translations of each other. At the same time, there are a few that have the same implied meaning but are expressed in a totally different way in each language. For example, whereas in English we must not count our chickens, the French must not sell their bear skin .....

Learn French Free - Byki Language Learning Software Downloads Byki language learning software will teach you the most important French words and phrases with an easy, addictive, and lightning-fast 3-step language learning process. Play games, use flash cards, perfect your French accent with native speaker sound, test yourself, and take your learning with you on MP3 audio. Hear French spoken by real native speakers, complete with the ability to learn every nuance with Byki's SlowSound functionality.Read and see the French language in its native form.Write words and phrases for stronger recall.Track and maintain your learned items with Byki's Intelligent Refresh System.Unlimited access with no time or session limits.And best yet, it's absolutely FREE! Or, you can purchase French Byki Deluxe, the full version of Byki which comes with premium content and functionality that allows you to do French word activities, games and much more! The Byki approach to learning languages

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