[Video Lessons] Bundle

20 hours

16 sections

Beginner level

Can't afford private and group French classes? No worries. This video course will teach you French conversation every day for 8 weeks, enough for you to be able to hold conversations and form sentences.

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Our video lessons are designed and created by expert linguists.

Who is this course for?


01

Travelers, tourists, or hobbyists

This course covers everything you need to make the most of your trip to French-speaking countries. It includes everything you need to interact with people, tell short stories to build rapport, speak not like a tourist but like a local, and more.

02

Busy professionals or job seekers

If you're looking to better communicate with colleagues and customers in French, this is the course for you. It covers all the formal expressions you need to keep your conversations professional, as well as informal expressions for casual conversations.

03

High-school or university students

This course will not only help you improve your French skills but also earn credits for your high school or university year. It will help you perfect your skills, from writing and reading to listening and speaking.

04

Immigrants or people related to French speakers

This course will help you quickly assimilate into your new French-speaking country of residence and accelerate your integration. It will also help you communicate better with friends and family who are native French speakers.

What you'll get out of this French for beginner course:


The basics of French conversation

  • How to meet and greet people in formal and informal settings.

  • How to hold a conversation at the bakery, supermarket, hospital, etc.

  • Common French expressions used by native speakers in everyday situations.

Thorough understanding of storytelling

  • How to tell short, simple stories, including the unfolding of a day, a trip or an experience.

  • How to construct complex sentences and tell complex stories going back several months.

  • How to use dates, days of the week, and months of the year, in your stories.

A solid understanding of how to express taste

  • How to communicate your likes and dislikes, including food, drink, etc.

  • How to order something, at a restaurant, local market or bakery.

Introduction to reading

  • How to read the alphabet and words of 1 or 2 syllables.

  • How to read complex words of 3 to 5 syllables.

  • How to read texts fluently on the 5th grade level.

Know and describe your environment

  • How to name domestic and wild animals, including mammals, carnivores, herbivores, etc.

  • How to use vocabulary for the home, kitchen, living room, bedrooms, etc.

Introduction to numbers

  • How to count from 0 to 1000, including ordinal numbers.

  • How to read large numbers, from 100k to millions and billions.

  • How to tell stories using dates, time, centuries, millennia, etc.

Forming sentences 101

  • How to conjugate verbs of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd groups in all the simple tenses.

  • How to tell complex stories that happened in the past or will happen in the future.

  • How to conjugate and use the two auxiliaries in the French language.

Using grammatically correct words and sentences

  • How to use the different types of pronouns.

  • How and when to use the different types of adjectives.

  • How to describe things and people using the right adjectives.

Telling stories with time and place indicators

  • How and when to use question tags.

  • How to add accuracy and precision to your storytelling using indicators.

Introduction to listening

  • How to identify and use speech patterns to improve your listening.

  • How to identify tenses and uncover the meanings of words when listening.

Expressing and describing your emotions

  • How to express positive and negative feelings.

  • How to express your feelings and opinions using logic.

Bonus Module

  • How to talk about the weather.

  • How to talk about work and society (hierarchy at work and in the government).

This course includes


100 bite-sized video lessons

200+ written and spoken assignments

Lifetime access to course materials

24/7 guidance and support

$17 USD

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Course Syllabus

WEEK 1
MODULES

This module focuses on how to meet and greet new acquaintances and how to introduce yourself while conversing with your new friends.

In this module, you'll learn the basics of reading in French, including the difference between the English and French alphabets to French vowels and consonants. You'll also learn how to talk about your family members.

WEEK 2
MODULES

In this module, you'll learn how to express what you like and dislike, as well as how to talk about your personal relationship with friends, partners, etc.

In this module, you'll learn the basics of counting in French, the different types of numbers, and how to use them in your storytelling.

WEEK 3
MODULES

In this module, you'll learn how to read the date and time and how to use them in your storytelling to be more accurate and into the details.

In this module, you'll learn the basics of French reading, syllabation, and French sounds.

WEEK 4
MODULES

In this module, you will build up your vocabulary with things surrounding you.

WEEK 5
Apr 29 鈥 May 29
MODULES

In this module, you'll learn how to form simple sentences using the verbs of the first group.

This module will help you boost your French vocabulary, and become even more conversational.

WEEK 6
May 31 鈥 Jun 28
MODULES

This module will help you understand how and when to use verbs of the second group and how to use these verbs as part of your storytelling.

Auxiliaries are the cornerstone of French conversations. In this module, you'll learn how to use them and how they differ from the auxiliary "to do" in English.

WEEK 7
Jul 4 鈥 Jun 20
MODULES

There are 2 types of verbs of the third group and this module will teach you how to use verbs that end with -ir and -dre.

French pronouns are a little bit different from English pronouns. Each noun in French is either feminine or masculine and this module teaches you how to use these pronouns.

WEEK 8
Jul 12 鈥 Jun 20
MODULES

This module will help you make a nuance between verbs of the third group that end with -ir and -dre and the ones that end with -eindre and -soudre.

This is a bonus module and it teaches you how to talk about the weather, taste, colleagues, etc.

What people say

My tutor, Laurie, has been really helpful across my program. She was very patient and understanding. Since, I'm learning French for professional purposes, she also tries her best to adapt her teaching materials to my context, and that is very much helpful.

Sunu Kim took french lessons from Get French Classes and enjoys it.

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  • Daily bite-size lessons that help you build French-speaking habits

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What I like the most about the program is that all my tutors are native speakers. They do help me not only understand the French language, but also the culture and the nuances of some words and expressions. And mostly, the live sessions are engaging and fun.

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Heather

As a busy mom and professional, learning French has been complicated for me. But since I started learning with Get French Classes, I have seen my French improve FAST. Through the lessons, I not only get to practice every day, but I also have more opportunities than before. I can practice with my advisor, private tutor, and other learners like me.

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Meet your instructors

The course instructors are different from the tutors. Tutors are the ones who run private and group classes. Instructors, on the other hand, are the creators of the daily video lessons that you'll be receiving on a daily basis.


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At Get French Classes, we design structured learning plans and use them to create courses and lessons that get you speaking in weeks.

Course schedule

1 to 2 hours per week per week

Daily lessons

From Monday to Friday

Every day, you'll receive 2 to 3 video French lessons. Each of these lessons contains one unique French notion for you to learn.

Daily practice

From Monday to Friday

After watching the videos, you'll take on your daily assignment, which is comprised of writing and speaking tasks. Once you submit your assignment, a learning advisor will review it and share their feedback with you. This helps you build a daily habit of practicing French.

My tutor, Laurie, has been really helpful across my program. She was very patient and understanding. Since, I'm learning French for professional purposes, she also tries her best to adapt her teaching materials to my context, and that is very much helpful.

Sunu Kim took french lessons from Get French Classes and enjoys it.

Sunu

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Speak French like a native

  • 2x a week private lessons with your French tutor

  • 1x a week group lesson with French learners from across the globe

  • Daily bite-size lessons that help you build French-speaking habits

Enroll Now

Frequently Asked Questions

Our tutors hold classes 7 days a week. So you can schedule your classes at any time.