Where Should You Begin When Learning Basic French?
When learning basic French, it is good to start with greetings and descriptions. Then learn practical
which will be useful in travel. Then move on to particular areas of interest. For children, school vocabulary is very useful. Learn the
along the way and the
colors in French,
And then add
French verb conjugation
and French irregular verbs,
to your basic French. As you progress, add new French words but continue to review so that you do not forget what you have learned. Review and add on and then… review and add on. Before long, you will learn to speak French.
It is memorable to have a theme.
In order to learn to speak French, it is memorable to have a theme and converse about it. Dramatic play works well with children – recreating real life situations.
Classroom French for Kids
provides many opportunities for conversation and dramatic play.
It is not so hard to learn how to speak French; it just takes time and persistence. Whenever possible, try to travel.
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Hello or Good Day – Bonjour
Good Evening - Bonsoir
Hi – Salut
Welcome - Bienvenue
Good bye – Au revoir
Good night - Bonne nuit
See you soon. - À bientôt
See you tomorrow – À demain
My name is – Je m’appelle
How are you?(informal)- Ça va?
How are you?(formal) – Comment allez-vous?
Fine or well - Ça va bien.
Bad or not well - Ça va mal.
So, so - Comme ci comme ça.
Until next time - À la prochaine
Nice to meet you. - Enchantè
What is your name? (informal) – Comment t’appelles-tu?
What is your name?(formal) – Comment vous appelez-vous?
Where do you live? - Où habites-tu?
I live in … J’habite…
Here Are a Few Fun Songs to Learn Greetings
Bonjour Bobby Song
Ça Va Song
Au Revoir Song
To hear the album in its entirety, download Fun French for Kids $9.99
And Magic French for Kids $9.99
We recommend Rocket French
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