• Another important learning stage with beginner’s course 6: talking on the telephone, conveying messages and talking about feelings and relationships, being environmentally friendly and jobs in the home and garden. Learn all the relevant expressions, as well as grammar and pronunciation for level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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    Quel beau potager ! Part 1

    regular forms of the "gérondif" how to use the "gérondif" how to talk about work in the house and garden

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    Quel beau potager ! Part 2

    the irregular forms of the "gérondif" how to use "chaque" and "chacun{e}" the difference between "qui est-ce qui" and "qui est-ce que" how to describe typical housework activities

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    Quel beau potager ! Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two tutorials the "gérondif" "chaque" and "chacun{e}" questions with "qui est-ce qui" and "qui est-ce que"

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    Ne quitte pas ! Part 1

    the forms of "appeler" the position of several object pronouns in a sentence important expressions for making telephone calls

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    Ne quitte pas ! Part 2

    the forms of regular "-ir" verbs how to use "tout" and "tous, toutes" how to talk about feelings and relationships

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    Ne quitte pas ! Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two tutorials the forms of "appeler" and "finir" "tout" and "tous, toutes"

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    French pronunciation: "tout" and "tous"

    when to pronounce the endings of "tout" and "tous" and when not

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    Des souvenirs Part 1

    the past with the "imparfait" the forms of "être" in the "imparfait" irregular adjective endings how to talk about your childhood

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    Des souvenirs Part 2

    how to use the "imparfait" irregular adjective endings how to talk about the past

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    Des souvenirs Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two tutorials the "imparfait" irregular adjective endings

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    French pronunciation: "ï" and "ë"

    what two dots over "i" and "e" mean

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    Que dit-elle ? Part 1

    the expressions "venir de" and "en train de" reported speech and conjunctions how to ask about trains and platforms

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    Que dit-elle ? Part 2

    how to use tenses in reported speech how to report what someone says to you

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    Que dit-elle ? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two tutorials reported speech the expressions "venir de" and "en train de"

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    French pronunciation: "ie", "ai" and "io" before "n"

    when "ie", "ai" and "io" are pronounced nasally

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    Soyons écolos ! Part 1

    the "futur simple" one type of "si" sentence how to talk about environmentally friendy behaviour

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    Soyons écolos ! Part 2

    the forms of "être" in the "conditionnel" another type of "si" sentence how to talk about social commitments

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    Soyons écolos ! Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two tutorials the "conditionnel" of "être" the "futur simple" "si" sentences

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    French pronunciation: "e" without an accent

    how "e" without an accent can be pronounced

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