Beginner French Listening Comprehension Exercise and Course

Beginner French Listening Comprehension Exercise and Course 

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Exercice 1 – J’ai soif

J’ai envie de boire quelque chose, mais je ne sais pas quoi.  J’aime bien boire de l’eau, mais j’ai envie d’autre chose aujourd’hui.  Je vais regarder dans le frigo.  Peut-être qu’on a du jus de pomme.  J’adore le jus de pomme.  Je n’aime pas boire du soda parce que c’est mauvais pour la santé.  Il ne faut pas boire trop de jus non plus.  Ma tante mange trop de sucre et elle a des problèmes de santé.  

Questions

1 Qu’est-ce que j’aime bien boire?
2 Qu’est-ce que je cherche dans le frigo?
3 Pourquoi est-ce que je n’aime pas boire du soda?
4 Pourquoi est-ce qu’il ne faut pas boire trop de jus?
5 Pourquoi est-ce que ma tante a des problèmes de santé?

Réponses

1 J’aime bien boire de l’eau.
2 Je cherche du jus de pomme dans le frigo.
3 Le soda est mauvais pour la santé.
4 Il y a beaucoup de sucre dans le jus.
5 Ma tante a des problèmes de santé parce qu’elle mange trop de sucre. 

Translation: I’m thirsty

I feel like drinking something, but I don’t know what.  I really like to drink water, but I feel like something else today.  I am going to look in the fridge.  Maybe we have some apple juice.  I love apple juice.  I don’t like to drink soda because it is not healthy.  You must not drink too much juice either.  My aunt eats too much sugar and she has health problems.

Beginner French Listening Comprehension Course

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This is a beginner level French listening comprehension course. Ten lessons are included for a total of 2.5 + hours of video instruction. Each comprehensive lesson includes French grammar unique to the A1 level (see grammar specifics below). As an added bonus you will also receive my French Dictation Exercises course! 48 French dictées, a $40 value yours for free when you enroll in this course.

This is the French course for you if you have studied most of the grammar on the list below and you need to practice putting it all together. Maybe you have some knowledge of French grammar, but you have difficulty creating solid sentences. In this course you will learn a lot about all of those “extra” words that pop up everywhere in French.

Each lesson covers a different theme, but the grammar used is repeated in different contexts lesson to lesson all the while adding new elements from the list.

In each lesson:

– Jennifer does a first reading of the text on video

– Jennifer asks 5 comprehension questions and you begin to answer

– Jennifer does a second reading of the text on video

– Jennifer shows you the 5 comprehension questions in written form and you finish answering

– Jennifer goes over all 5 questions and answers with you

– Jennifer leads you through a comprehensive grammatical analysis of the text

Each video lesson lasts approximately fifteen minutes. PDFs of the texts in French with English translations as well as the 5 listening comprehension questions are provided for you to print out and perhaps take notes on as you take each lesson.

This French listening comprehension course for beginners covers the grammar on the list below:

– French subject pronouns

– Stressed pronouns

– Articles: Definite, indefinite and partitives

– Plural nouns

– Possessive adjectives

– Prepositions of location

– Numbers

– Time, days, months

– French verb ALLER

– French verb ÊTRE

– French verb AVOIR + expressions

– French verb FAIRE + expressions

– French verb PRENDRE

– French verb METTRE

– Descriptive adjectives

– Questions

– Il faut / Il ne faut pas

– Themed vocabulary

There is a lot included in the lessons that isn’t on this list. Don’t worry, these are new things you will learn during our time together.

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