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The Step-by-step French Learning Guide Thats Full of Free Resources

The Step-by-step French Learning Guide Thats Full of Free Resources

The decision to learn French can be thrilling.

In this article, youll get a step-by-step plan of your path to French success.

Find Your Motivation to Learn French

Learn French Step-by-step: A 3-month Study Plan

Conjugate the Two Most Important Verbs: tre and Avoir

Basic Definite and Indefinite Articles

Days of the Week and Months of the Year

Present Tense Conjugations of Er Verbs

Present Tense Conjugations of Ir Verbs

Food Vocabulary and Ordering at Restaurants

Present Tense Conjugations of Re Verbs

Parts of the Body and Medical Vocabulary

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One of the best ways to build French learning momentum at every stage is to remember why youre studying it in the first place.

For starters, consider the fact that French is one of the most widely spoken languages in the worldand itspopularity is only growing.

As such, itopens you up to many different careersandmakes you a competitive candidatein the workforce.

Learning French alsoprepares you for going abroadand lets youcommunicate with people from many different cultures,not just in Europe but also inAfrica, where a large portion of the population speaks French.

As you advance in your French learning journey, you may become a language learning addict! Good news for future polyglots: speaking French willhelp you to learn other romance languageslike Spanish, Portuguese and Italian, as they all have similar Latin roots.

Finally, at least in this girls opinion,French is a stunningly beautiful languagewith its lilting liaisons between words and its soft Frenchyrs.

Hopefully, youre now itching to get started, so without further ado, heres the promised guide with100% free resourcesthat you can use tolearn by yourself, anytime and anywhere, broken down into 12 simple weeks.

Learn the fundamentals of French sentence construction

Learn how to spell and count in French

Start building a French phrase stockpile with basic greetings

As you can imagine, the first step to learning any language is to learn its alphabet. You really cant do anything else until you get this down pat.

For many learners, myself included, the easiest way to do so is tomemorize it through song. Personally, I findYouTuber Kylie Hickens letter pronunciation and song videoa great way to master the French alphabet.

When you teach a child their native language, what do you teach them right after the alphabet? Most of you would answer the same way: numbers.

Its the same for foreign language learners and youll need to study French numbers before moving on. I would recommendlearning how to count up to 20 in the first week, and reinforcing that info during the second week. If you have time during your second week,try to get up to 100.

Thisguide to counting in Frenchwill help you master those basic numbers. Fortunately, the formula for saying numbers above 20 is pretty easy to remember.

As for numbers higher than 100, save them for later, after youve mastered this three-month curriculum. Those wont be as necessary in everyday French life as the other topics in this curriculum are.

Heres another extremely important basic concept: the six basic French subject pronouns. They shouldnt take long to learn.

Ils/Elles(They, masculine/They, feminine)

Before you move on, take a minute to check outSo Frenchys video guide onhow to pronounce these pronouns. Without them, you cant really say anything at all!

If you want to speak French with actual peoplewhich Im guessing is the goalthen learning the basic hellos and goodbyes are pretty essential.

Its best topractice these now before you add more vocabulary to your repertoire, as youll need them to start any conversation. Its also smart to get in the habit of speaking conversational French early on, soreal conversations arent as intimidatinglater.

Chances are you prefer to practice greetings without just talking to yourself. The solution isPrimary Games Arena, a game site geared towards learning.

TheirFrench phrases and greetings pagehas all the essential greetings complete with audio pronunciations and English definitions. As a bonus, you can test yourself with text and audio games when you think youre ready, which is a great way to solidify what youve learned and have some fun while youre at it.

FluentUis another source to start learninghow to communicate in real-world French. Because it uses exclusively authentic content and sorts the library by learner level, youll be able to keep using it throughout your French journey.

I bet you can guess what these two words mean just by thinking of the two most important English verbs.

Thats righttremeans to be andavoirmeans to have.

These two little verbs will be your best friends throughout the whole French process, asyoull use them to form almost every common expressionand to construct past tenses in French.

Reverso Conjugationis a great online tool that shows you how to conjugate any verb, including these ones. For weeks one and two, learn only the present-tense forms oftreandavoir(the forms in the upper left box after you type a verb into Reverso Conjugation). These are the first steps of verb conjugation that youll be building on as you progress.

This will be your final subject to end the first two weeks, andyoull certainly need it before learning any nouns or basic sentences.

Whiledefinite and indefinite articlesmay sound like a scary topic at first, its actually asuper short lesson with only six tiny wordsto memorize!

Essentially, you need to know the following:

Le bureau, la chaise et les crayons(The desk, the chair and the pencils)

Un bureau, une chaise et des crayons(A desk, a chair and pencils)

These small, simple words may seem unimportant butyoull use them more than just about anything elsewhen speaking French.

Think back to some of the first weeks of your kindergarten class, and theres almost surely a little days-of-the-week jingle or chart in your memories somewhere.

The days of the week are some of the simplest vocabulary youll need to know, and you can start practicing by visitingBBC Primary Languages, a site filled with vocabulary, songs and audio clips of all languages.

Theirdays of the week guidegives you everything you need to know, going far beyond just the names of the days to include the French words forweekend, day, afternoon, night,etc. Theirguide to the monthsincludes bonuses like how to talk about your birthday and how to say which month youre going on vacation.

As a bonus, each word is accompanied by an audio clip so you know exactly how to pronounce it.

Weeks three and four in this curriculum are really all about how to get by with day-to-day vocabulary, andtelling timeis one of the most important things youll want to know from the moment you wake up!

Whether its asking someone for the time or reading your French train ticket, youre going to need to master this concept.

Since you learned French numbers in weeks one and two, putting them together now to tell time should be easy.You just need this phrase:Il est ___ heure(s) ___.(Literally: It is ___ hour(s) ___.)

The hour goes in the first blank and the minute goes in the second blank.

Il est six heures vingt.(It is six twenty.)

Like English, French has special words for noon and midnight:

French learners from the U.S. should note that the French use the 24-hour clock when writing out the time.

Continuing with the day-to-day theme, youll need to study-up on weather words. At the very minimum, youll want to know how to say things likeits cold, its rainingandthe weather is bad.

Try memorizingthree words a dayfromthis guide to French weather vocabulary, and youll have a stockpile of new weather words by the end of week four.

Even if youre not going to be memorizing all 43 words in that guide, I love it because it has a great section at the end that looks at weather phrases that the French use as double philosophical meaningsso cool!

Now is a great time to change up your study method (so you dont get bored) and head over toQuizlet, a website that boasts loads of great study sets and games.

Theirpage on French family vocabularyis fantastic, complete with flashcards, writing and spelling tests and several fun games.

Many of these family words aresimilar to their counterparts in English, so with just a few hours of play, youll have these words down pat.

Now that youve come to the end of weeks three and four, its time to introduce yourself to a slightly higher-level concept: conjugating verbs that end in-er.

Essentially, there are three main groups of verbs in the French language andthis one is good to start withsince its arguably the most intuitive (well get to the others later).

In fact, verbs that have the -er ending are by far the most useful regular verbs in the French language. That is because some 90% of all French verbs have the -er verb ending. That means that if you master this group of verbs and the associated tenses, you should be well on your way to French verb mastery!

In order to learn how to conjugate these, I recommendTexs French Grammar, which has anexcellent guide to regular erverbswith explanations, examples and audio clips.

You didnt think Id forget this simple but necessary lesson, did you? I purposefully put it here because by now, after learning some rich vocabulary and starting to conjugate verbs,you might be ready for a bit of a break.

Relax and enjoy learning these easy color words using some more of Quizlets games and quizzestheirstudy set for colorsis full of all the same fun tools you used to learn family vocabulary.

Now that youre warmed up,its time for some more hefty vocabulary: house words.

Have no fear! As its no fun to just memorize huge lists one after another, I recommendProProfs Flashcards, a platform that lets anyone create study flashcards. TheirFrench household flashcardsare a fun way to learn and once youve practiced enough, theres an option to keep score of how many you get correct each round.

Theyve also got some games like matching French words with their English definitions so you have plenty to keep you occupied while you learn.

Havent you heard the old adage that those who ask the most questions are the brightest pupils?

Well, its time to learn French questions so that you can continue on your way to fleshing out nice sentences andchanging up your speech patterns. You now have some great vocabulary at your disposal, so lets learn another way to use it.

I find thisguide to asking questionsextremely useful, as it covers every nitty-gritty detail of interrogatives so that you dont have to be left standing there with tons ofyes, Ill say itquestions!

Heres the second verb group I alluded to before: verbs ending in ir.

Again, I recommend Texs French Grammar, as I really findtheir irverbs guideto be quite simple and complete. It containsmany examplesof these types of verbs and how to conjugate them.

You cant beat sweet, short and simple.

There are many different ways to form French negatives, but evenif you learn two or three of them, youll be in business.

This helpfulguide to French negativescovers basic negatives, negative adverbs, negative pronouns and much more. Try to focus on one type of negation every day so that you leave this study stage equipped to negate anything.

That guide even has a section that explainsnimporte(no matter/whichever/any),which happens to mean many different things depending on the situation and which is used religiously by the French but glossed over in many French language guides.

Congratulations if youve made it this faryoure now past the halfway mark!

Learn how to navigate basic situations in a French-speaking region

Finish memorizing regular conjugation rules

Food Vocabulary and Ordering at Restaurants

By this point, things should be starting to make sense and its time to continue adding tools to our French toolbox, starting with talking about food.

In week seven, focus on learning basic food vocabulary.BBC Primary Languages guide to foodhas all the essentials plus an amazing extra list of French recipe-specific termsitll be like talking with Julia Child and youll love it!

In week eight, take what youve learned and combine it with thisguide to ordering food in Frenchand youre well on your way to devouring some delicious French cuisine.

In order to shop and purchase items in a French-speaking region, you need to know some essential phrases.

Start by visitingQuizlets money flashcards and gamesto learnbasic shopping expressions like, How much does it cost?

Next, head over toYouLearnFrenchs shopping dialogue video, which will help youapply the vocabularythat you learned with Quizlet. Listen to and repeat the words and phrases that you hear until youre confident in your French shopping skills.

As a bonus, check outthese fun, simple online games that teach you clothing vocabularywhile you play.

Now that youve had time for the first two groups of verbs to sink in, its time to learn the final one.

Stick with Texs French Grammar because youre already used to the way in which this website presents the verb groups and start reading up and listening to audio clips ontheir guide to conjugating regular reverbs.

Continuing towards creating good sentences, lets add some interesting adjectives.

Believe it or not,For Dummieswhich we all know from the famous book series covering just about every subjecthas ashort and sweetguide to adjectivesand where to grammatically place them.

Dont get bogged down by the particularities at this point, but rather verse yourself in the most commonly used adjectives and their basic usage.

The French language is in love with reflexive verbs, ones where the subject performs the action on itself. Youre ready for this topic now because youre comfortable with subject pronouns and French verb conjugation rules.

A little complicated at first, youll use them constantly once you get the hang of them, like when sayingse laver(to wash) orse reveiller(to wake up).

The first thing you need to do ismemorize theFrench reflexive pronouns. Try to learn these during the first day or two of this study stage.

Now you can spend the next two weeks practicing creating sentences with reflexive verbs.This guide shows you the different types of French reflexive verbs and how to use themin different contexts and tenses.

You didnt think you could escape these two weeks without some more good ol fashioned vocabulary, did you?

In preparing for the final weeks, try your hand at memorizing some vocabulary having to do with places. You have plenty of options here, and chances are youve already found your favorite French-learning sites from this list of resources.

Try out sometown vocabulary with games at Quizlet, keep it short and sweet withtravel words at For Dummiesor settle down to someBBC Primary Languages audio clips about school-related vocabulary.

Youve made it to the last two weeks of the course!

Its almost time to celebrate, but first we must perfect our adverbs. This helps youadd even more descriptionto your French sentences by describing how something happened.

Fortunately, they can be quite simple to master since you already know French adjectives. Similar to how you tack on the suffix lyto turn an English adjective into an adverb, in French you use the suffix ment.

Here are some examples from a great,in-depth guide to forming and using French adverbs:

confortable(comfortable) confortablement(comfortably)

malheureuse(unfortunate) malheureusement(unfortunately)

For the last piece of the vocabulary essentials puzzle, its time tolearn the parts of the body thanks to another YouLearnFrench video, which includes all of the basics plus a great pronunciation guide.

Practice a bit and youre well on your way to the end of the course!

Youve successfully completed a beginners French course andnow its time to check the fruits of your labor.

Start speaking and writing French whenever you can. Use resources likeLinguee, an online French dictionary, to help you construct diverse sentences and add new vocabulary to your repertoire. UseBonPatron, an excellent, free French spelling and grammar checker, to catchy any errors.

Its also time to start thinking about bettering your pronunciation with websites likeForvo, an online audio dictionary.

Finally, start communicating with real French speakers onthe popular language exchange platform italki. Youll spend part of the time practicing French with a native speaker and part of the time sharing your own native language that theyre trying to learn.

Best of all,italki also has a tutoring optionwhen youre ready for some more focused study (and you will be, after these three months!).

Congratulationsif youve successfully stuck with this course then chances are, youre a francophone now.

Take a moment to bask in your success, and when the time comesdare I say itstart your intermediate level course!

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Camille is a writer, editor, and English teacher who has lived and worked all over the world in places like Italy, France, and Colombia. She continues to travel while managing a writing company and restaurant and is currently working on learning her fourth language.

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