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FRENCH PHRASES


¤ French Phrases 00 - Alphabet
¤ French Phrases 01 – Most Common Phrases
¤ French Phrases 02 – Understanding Each Other
¤ French Phrases 03 – Basic Conversation
¤ French Phrases 04 – Business and Finance
¤ French Phrases 05 – Computer & Internet
¤ French Phrases 06 – Education
¤ French Phrases 07 – Emergencies
¤ French Phrases 08 – Emotions and Opinions
¤ French Phrases 09 – Food and Restuarant
¤ French Phrases 10 – Health and Diease
¤ French Phrases 11 – Hobbies
¤ French Phrases 12 – Introducing Each Other
¤ French Phrases 13 – Plans and Appointments
¤ French Phrases 14 – Politics
¤ French Phrases 15 – Relationships and Family
¤ French Phrases 16 – Religion
¤ French Phrases 17 – Residence, Visiting, and Accommodation
¤ French Phrases 18 – Sex
¤ French Phrases 19 – Shopping
¤ French Phrases 20 – Sightseeing
¤ French Phrases 21 – Smoking
¤ French Phrases 22 – Sports
¤ French Phrases 23 – Time (Le Temps)
¤ French Phrases 24 – TRANSPORTATION (moyen de transport)
¤ French Phrases 25 – Weather (Le Temps)
¤ French Phrases 26 – Work (Le Travail)
¤ French Phrases 27 – CUSTOMERS (les clients)
¤ French Phrases 28 – HOTELS (hôtels)

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Simulation Lessons Menu


Unit 1


-- Explination of Unit 1
-- Unit 1 Vocabulary - Transportation
-- Present Tense Conjugations
Review
-- Unit 1 – Vocabulary Review
-- Unit 1 - Review

Unit 2

-- Explination of Unit 2
-- Unit 2 Vocabulary
-- Articles définis et indéfinis
-- Leçon: Food

Unit 3


-- Leçon: Futur

Unit 4
-- Unit 4 - Vocabulary
-- Leçon: How to Introduce Yourself
-- Practice Unit 4 Things Here!

Unit 5


-- Explanation of Unit 5
-- Vocabulary – Ordering Food
--Leçon: J’aime – Saying what you like and what you don’t like
Review
-- A Review of Clothing

Unit 7


-- Explanation
-- Vocabulary
-- Leçon: Passé Composé
-- Leçon: Special Situations in the Passé Composé
-- Leçon: Être verbs in the Passé Composé
-- Leçon: Positive and Negative Word Correspondence

Unit 8


-- Explination
-- Vocabulary – Around The House
-- Leçon: L’imparfait Tense
-- Leçon: Question Words and Verbal Constructions
-- Leçon: Avoir Phrases

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Resources – Website LinksXX

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*Website Name (clickable)
Website URL
Description of website
Website Rating (Stars from Phrasebase :D )

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Le Point de FLE
http://www.lepointdufle.net/
Description: This website contains lessons, activities, exercises etc. on all of the tenses and moods. It has separate sections for the following:
- Audio
- Songs
- Civilization
- Writings
- Games
- Literature
- Vocabulary
- And more
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Real French. Net
http://www.realfrench.net
Description: This website contains organization dealing with units. Each unit teaches something new. Vocabulary, Grammar, Prononcation, etc. They also have a great game and vocabulary section.
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About French
http://french.about.com
Description: This website has lessons of everything dealing with French. It also has articles about the French Culture, the French Media. It also contains teaching resources and vocabulary, and a great section on mistakes that people learning French often make. ** A section on French Gestures tht should be observed when speaking.
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French In Action
http://www.learner.org/resources/series83.html#
Description: A French emersion course. Consists of 52 videos that are around a half an hour long, takes you from the basics to the Subjunctive. When you try to watch the first video it will direct you to a registration page. [color=red] You must be located in the US or Canada areas I believe to register. If you are not, you may use this link:
[url]mms://media.scctv.net/annenberg/French_In_Action_01.wmv[/url] I have heard that if you bypass the main site these videos are available in any country. The video should open in Windows Media Player. To watch another video just replace the 01with 02 and so on. I believe the videos end at 52.[/color] Message originally posted by morprussell
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Tex’s French Grammar
http://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/
Description: Tex’s French Grammar is a great site to learn French with. It has detailed explinations along with games and exercises that will help you commit the information to memory. On each page of lessons there are also audio files to help with pronunciation.
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BBC – Languages – Learn French
http://www.bbc.co.../../languages/french/index.shtml
Description: This site is very good. It’s “Self Contained Online Courses” Include the following:

- Topics
- Grammar
- Fast Track
- Pronunciation
- Vocabulary
- User Guide
It teaches very well using many audio files and videos of native speakers that also include exercises to go along with them. They have a Beginner and Intermediate Section. There is also a Games and Quiz Section on the site.
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Language Guide
http://www.languageguide.org/eng/
Description: This site is good for learning lots of vocabulary. There are different sections that teach different words. Also there is a woman who will say the words for you pm the different pages, as Mery says, “When you start listening to the audio files, you'll hear a woman voice. She's got a weird accent. She's from Canada.”
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French Language Tools
http://www.carleton.edu/curricular/FREN/elfe/index.html
Description: This site has nothing but a lot of Exercises. So if you are looking for exercises to help you commit things to memory. This is for you.
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More resources to come!





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