Learn French Naturally For Children and the Young at Heart 1
“Learn French Naturally For Children and the Young at Heart 1” will equip you and/or your child with the basic linguistic tools to get started on your French journey. This course teaches French primarily through stories and conversation, which is how our brains naturally learn languages. It is designed for beginners ages 8 and above who have had no experience with French, or for those who want to freshen up their French.
If you want to learn how to actually use the language without having to memorize a bunch of grammar, then this course is for you.
After completing this course you and your child will be able to understand and use basic high-frequency French which will open doors to French conversation, travel, culture, and true joie de vivre. Real fluency takes many, many hours of practice to achieve, and while this course can’t promise you that, it will get you and your child off to the right start if you put in the time and effort.
You and your child can go through this course at your own pace, though I would encourage you to spend at least 1-2 weeks per section. It’s better to take your time and spread out your learning for long-term retention.
I am committed to improving this course based on your feedback so that it can be the best Introductory French course for children and the young at heart that you you can invest your time and resources in. Of course, if you are dissatisfied for any reason whatsoever this course is covered under Udemy’s unconditional 30-day 100% money back guarantee.
Enroll now, or try it out for yourself by using the Free Preview feature to take the first step on your French learning journey!
Bonjour et bienvenue! (Hello and welcome!)
Les Introductions (The Introductions)
Tu peux étudier le vocabulaire avec les liens suivants:
(You can study the vocabulary with the following links:)
- Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_1fqof0
- Memrise: http://www.memrise.com/course/732871/les-introductions/
Le Super 6! (The Super 6!)
Meunier tu dors Chanson (Miller, You're Sleeping Song)
Les Questions (The Questions)
Une chanson des chiffres 0-10 (A song of numbers 0-10)
Le week-end (The weekend)
Frère Jacques Chanson (Brother John Song)
La Tortue et le lièvre (The Tortoise and the Hare)
Translate the questions correctly.