Here you’ll find courses which will help you to focus on your listening and speaking skills.
How do you pronounce "e", "é", "è", "ê" and "ë"? This course will guide you through the rules on pronouncing vowels in French.
What's the difference between "s" and "z"? And when aren't you supposed to pronounce certain consonants? This course will guide you through the rules on pronouncing consonants in French.
Listen in as Pascale and Thierry get to know each other and accompany them as they go to the shops, to the hairdresser and to a concert in Paris... The course is based on level A2/B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Will you be able to pronounce these tongue twisters without getting lost? Practise pronouncing "s", "ch", "f" and other sounds without getting your tongue in a twist! You can also practise your listening, vocabulary and grammar skills as the tongue twisters contain very similar words: "Un chasseur sachant chasser doit savoir chasser sans son chien."
With the help of these funny stories in French, you'll become more familiar with the spelling of words, be able to practise endings in different tenses, and review your knowledge of the agreement between participles and adjectives.
Here, you'll learn words that are pronounced the same but spelled differently. Work on your French spelling and practise distinguishing words that sound alike based on context.