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Download the first 10 pages of French Language Tutorial (including the table of contents). The companion e-book, Informal and Spoken French, is also now available!For audiobooks and lessons of modern French, try French Today.I've recommended some French books at Amazon, and Interlinear books are great for learning French by reading literal translations in English. Try the French courses at Udemy French I Basic French Phrases Pronunciation Alphabet Nouns, Articles & Demonstratives Useful Words Subject Pronouns To Be & to Have Question Words Cardinal & Ordinal Numbers Days of the Week Months of the Year Seasons & Directions Color & Shapes Weather Time Family & Animals To Know People & Facts Possessive Adjectives French II To Do or Make Work and School Prepositions and Contractions Countries and Nationalities Negative Sentences To / In and From places To Come and to Go Conjugating Regular Verbs Pronominal (Reflexive) Verbs Irregularities in Regular Verbs Present Perfect (Passé Composé) Irregular Past Participles Etre Verbs Food and Meals Fruits, Vegetables, Meats To Take, Eat or Drink Quantities Commands More Negatives Holiday Phrases French National Anthem Canadian National Anthem Belgian National Anthem Swiss National Anthem French III Imperfect Tense Places Transportation To Want, to Be Able to, to Have to House and Yard Furniture and Appliances Comparative and Superlative Irregular Forms Clothing To Wear Future Tenses Preceding and Plural Adjectives Adjectives: Feminine Adjectives: Plurals More Adjectives Problem Verbs C'est/Il est Adjective à/de Infinitive Sports and Games Nature To Live French IV Object Pronouns Parts of the Body Asking Questions Interrogative Pronouns Forms of Lequel Relative Pronouns Demonstrative Pronouns To Read, to Laugh, to Say Disjunctive Pronouns Y and En To See, to Believe, to Write Animals Plaire and Manquer Pluperfect (Past Perfect) Indefinite Pronouns Subjunctive Mood Falloir and Valoir Adverbs Workshop / Hobbies False Cognates Déjeuner du matin Le corbeau et le renard French V Colloquial Expressions Conjunctions / Connecting Words Forms of Tout Babies / Children Primary / Secondary School Passive Voice Depuis, il y a, and pendant in past contexts Post Office / Bank To Receive Verbs followed by à or de before infinitives or nouns Adjectives followed by à or de To Follow Faire Causative Direct / Indirect Discourse Computers and Internet Ne Explétif Conditional Tenses Parts of a Car / Gas Station To Drive Travelling / Airport French VI Camping Special Uses of Devoir Cosmetics / Toiletries Medicine and Hospital Present participle Abbreviations / Slang Past Infinitive In the Ocean To Die In Space Possessive Pronouns Simple Past Make-Believe / Fantasy Religion Music and Art Acquérir and Résoudre Past Subjunctive Translating Phrasal Verbs Other Translation Difficulties Quebecois French Recommended Resources: French VII Tricky Translations Filling out Forms Asking for clarification / help French Phonetics Pronunciation Overview Listening Exercises Repetition Exercises Only available in PDF e-book: Food / Eating On the Phone Going Shopping Going to the Doctor Going to the Dentist / Eye Doctor At the Hair Salon Opening a Bank Account Post Office Renting an Apartment Cooking / Kitchen Utensils Christmas Vocabulary Transportation School / Education News Politics Television Soccer Zodiac Signs Marriage / Civil Unions English used in French Acronyms Regions of France Major Cities of France Writing Letters A new e-book combining informal French, slang, listening exercises, and realia photos is now available!You will need more exposure to the real spoken language if you want to become fluent.If you enjoy the tutorials, then please consider buying French, Informal French, Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish, or Dutch Language Tutorials as a PDF e-book with free mp3s and free lifetime updates.

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There are many more countries and regions around the world that speak French instead of just France, Quebec, Belgium and Switzerland, but those are the only dialects that appear on this site for now so that is why only those four flags are shown at the top of the page. Language textbooks are rather expensive and generally only include the formal, written language.