About This Course

This is a French video grammar series with over 180 videos that cover all French grammar points with video lessons from zero knowledge to fluency. It is a comprehensive grammar program with videos for every French grammar point.

This course will cover:

  • Basic conversational words
  • Time telling
  • Numbers
  • Nouns, articles, demonstratives and gender
  • Adjectives
  • Pronouns
  • Possession
  • Adverbs
  • Asking questions
  • Important prepositions
  • Verb negation
  • … and so much more

The videos are sliced into specific, comprehensive parts where you can have an in-depth understanding of the words and phrases being discussed.

Requirements for this course:

  • There is no requirement for prior knowledge of the French language.

Who is the target audience?

  • This course is for you if you are interested in learning how to comprehend, read, and speak French.
  • Open for beginners

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned conversational French.

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Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Basic Conversation
Oui, Non, Si 00:00:00
Talking About Professions And Jobs 00:00:00
Bonjour, ça va, au revoir 00:00:00
Ça va? Je suis content, triste, etc. 00:00:00
Ça va? J’ai faim, soif, etc. 00:00:00
S’il vous plait, merci, de rien 00:00:00
Apologies, Sorry, Excuse Me 00:00:00
Agreement, And ‘tu as raison’ 00:00:00
Avoir envie de / besoin de 00:00:00
Être en train de 00:00:00
Ordering In A Shop Or Restaurant 00:00:00
Section 2 - Time
Months Of The Year 00:00:00
Days Of The Week 00:00:00
Seasons 00:00:00
Units Of Time 00:00:00
Telling Time 00:00:00
Midi, minuit 00:00:00
Aujourd’hui, hier, etc. 00:00:00
Telling Years And Date 00:00:00
‘In’ for Periods of Time 00:00:00
Le + Days Of The Week: Recurrent Events 00:00:00
Section 3 - Numbers
Numbers 0-10 00:00:00
Numbers 11-20 00:00:00
Numbers 10, 20-100 00:00:00
Numbers 21-99 00:00:00
Numbers 100, 1000 To Billion 00:00:00
Examples: Complex Number 00:00:00
Section 4 - Nouns, Articles, Demonstratives And Gender
Indefinite Articles 00:00:00
Definite Articles: General 00:00:00
Definite Articles Before Vowels 00:00:00
Use Of Definite Articles 00:00:00
Le partitif 00:00:00
Le partitif In The Negative: ‘de’ 00:00:00
Le partitif Before Adjectives 00:00:00
This And That: ce, cet, cette, ces 00:00:00
Examples: ce, cette, etc. 00:00:00
Celui, celles, celle, ceux 00:00:00
Examples: celui, celle, etc. 00:00:00
Article + Adjective as Demonstrative Pronouns 00:00:00
Section 5 - Adjectives
Adjectives And Word Order 00:00:00
Être And Adjectives 00:00:00
Adjectives That Change Meaning Before Or After The Noun 00:00:00
Section 6 - Pronouns
Subject Pronouns 00:00:00
Disjunctive Pronouns 00:00:00
Direct Object Pronouns 00:00:00
Examples: Direct Object Pronouns 00:00:00
Indirect Object Pronouns 00:00:00
Examples: Indirect Object Pronouns 00:00:00
Reflexive Pronouns 00:00:00
Examples: Reflexive Pronouns 00:00:00
‘En’ for le partitif 00:00:00
‘En’ For Numbers And Quantities 00:00:00
‘Il y en a’ 00:00:00
‘En’ For ‘from’ With Places 00:00:00
Y for Prepositional Phrases 00:00:00
Section 7 - Possession
Singular Possessive Adjectives: mon, ton, etc. 00:00:00
Examples: Singular Possessive Adjectives 00:00:00
Plural Possessive Adjectives: mes, tes, etc. 00:00:00
Examples: Plural Possessive Adjectives 00:00:00
Possessive Pronouns: le mien, le tien, etc. 00:00:00
Possession with ‘de’ 00:00:00
Examples: Possession With ‘de’ 00:00:00
Section 8 - Adverbs
Forming Adverbs With –ment 00:00:00
Adverb Examples 00:00:00
Adverbs For Quantity 00:00:00
Section 9 - Asking Question
Inversion Questions 00:00:00
Inversion Questions With 3rd Person 00:00:00
Est-ce que 00:00:00
Qui 00:00:00
00:00:00
Quand 00:00:00
Que 00:00:00
Comment 00:00:00
Pourquoi 00:00:00
Combien 00:00:00
Which: Quel, quelle, quells, quelles 00:00:00
Examples: quel, quelle, etc. 00:00:00
Section 10 - Important Prepositions
Compound Prepositions: au, à la à l’, aux 00:00:00
Compound Prepositions: du, de la, de l’, des 00:00:00
À, de for Cities 00:00:00
En, au, aux for ‘to/in’ Countries 00:00:00
De, du, des for ‘from’ Countries 00:00:00
Depuis 00:00:00
Section 11 - Le Temps Présent
-er verb conjugation: parler 00:00:00
-ir verb confugation: ouvrir 00:00:00
-ir verb conjugation: reussir 00:00:00
-re verb conjugation: vendre 00:00:00
Irregular Verb Conjugation: Être 00:00:00
Irregular Verb Conjugation: Avoir 00:00:00
Irregular Verb Conjugation: Aller 00:00:00
Irregular Verb Conjugation: Faire 00:00:00
Present in English vs French 00:00:00
2nd Verb Infinitives 00:00:00
‘Il y a’ for ‘there is/are’ 00:00:00
The Passive Voice 00:00:00
‘Faire’ for make/have someone do something 00:00:00
Negative Infinitives 00:00:00
Section 12 - Verb Negation
Basic Negation: Ne … pas 00:00:00
Ne … jamais 00:00:00
Ne … rien 00:00:00
Ne … personne 00:00:00
Ne … aucun 00:00:00
Ne … plus 00:00:00
Ne … que 00:00:00
Order Of Negative Words 00:00:00
Order For Negative Words As Subjects 00:00:00
Section 13 - L’impératif
Forming l’impératif 00:00:00
Simple Examples For The Imperative 00:00:00
Imperative with Object Pronouns 00:00:00
Imperative With Reflexive Verbs 00:00:00
Order Of Imperative Pronouns 00:00:00
Negative Imperative 00:00:00
Negative Imperative With Pronouns 00:00:00
Negative Imperative With Reflexive Verbs 00:00:00
Section 14 - Le Passé Récent
Venir + de + inf 00:00:00
Section 15 - Le Futur Proche
Aller + inf 00:00:00
Section 16 - Passé Composé
Passé composé 00:00:00
Participe passé: -er -> -é 00:00:00
Participe passé: -ir -> -i 00:00:00
Participe passé: -re -> -u 00:00:00
Participe passé review: -é, -i, -u 00:00:00
Examples: passé composé 00:00:00
Être + p.p. for passé composé 00:00:00
Examples of Être + p.p. and DR MRS VAN DER TRAMP 00:00:00
Passé composé with Direct Object Pronouns 00:00:00
Passe composé with Indirect Object Pronouns 00:00:00
Negation for passé composé: ne … pas/rien 00:00:00
2nd Verb Infinitives with passé compose 00:00:00
2nd Verb Infinitives with Negation and Direct Objects Pronouns 00:00:00
Section 17 - Reflexive Verbs
Passé composé for Reflexive Verbs 00:00:00
Agreement Of p.p. With Reflexive Verbs 00:00:00
Reflexive Verbs For Possession 00:00:00
Idiomatic Reflexive Verbs 00:00:00
Reflexive Verbs For Talking In General 00:00:00
Section 18 - L’imparfait
Forming The Imparfait 00:00:00
Imparfait For Describing The Past 00:00:00
Imparfait For Putting Ourselves In The Moment 00:00:00
Imparfait For Habitual Events In The Past 00:00:00
Imparfait For Interrupted Actions 00:00:00
Imparfait For ‘Was Going To Do’ 00:00:00
Imparfait For Verbs Of State 00:00:00
Imparfait Review 00:00:00
Section 19 - Le Future And Le Conditionnel
Bases for le futur and le conditionnel 00:00:00
Forming The Future Tense 00:00:00
Examples: le futur 00:00:00
Forming le conditionnel 00:00:00
Si… conditionnel + imparfait 00:00:00
Section 20 - Le Plus Que Parfait
Le plus que parfait 00:00:00
Examples: le plus que parfait 00:00:00
Section 21 - Le Conditionnel Passé
Le conditionnel passé 00:00:00
Si… plus que parfait + conditionnel passé 00:00:00
Would, Could, Should 00:00:00
Section 22 - Le Future Antérieur
Le futur antérieur 00:00:00
Examples of le future anterieur 00:00:00
Timeline of the Different Future Tenses 00:00:00
Section 23 - Comparison And Superlatives
Comparisons 00:00:00
Examples Of Comparisons Of Quantity 00:00:00
Examples Of Comparisons With Adjectives/Adverbs 00:00:00
Superlatives 00:00:00
Examples Of Superlatives With Adjectives 00:00:00
Special Comparisons: meilleur, mieux, moindre, pire, mieux, pis 00:00:00
Examples with meilleur, pire, moindre, mieux, pis 00:00:00
Section 24 - Relative Clauses
Qui, à qui, de qui 00:00:00
Que 00:00:00
Dont 00:00:00
Quoi, à quoi, de quoi 00:00:00
Où, d’où 00:00:00
Ce qui 00:00:00
Ce que 00:00:00
Ce dont 00:00:00
Forms of lequel, auxquels, des quelles, etc. 00:00:00
Examples for lequel 00:00:00
Section 25 - Le Subjonctif
Formation of le subjonctif 00:00:00
2 More Examples of Forming le subjonctif 00:00:00
Passé du subjonctif Formation 00:00:00
Subjunctive With Emotions 00:00:00
Subjunctive With Wants Or Restrictions 00:00:00
Subjunctive With Possibility Or Necessity 00:00:00
Subjunctive With Doubt 00:00:00
Subjunctive With Some Prepositions 00:00:00
Subjunctive With Uncertain Existence 00:00:00
Subjunctive With Superlative Opinions 00:00:00
Subjunctive With Impersonal Judgements 00:00:00
Review: Subjunctive 00:00:00

Course Reviews

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  1. The best teaching video ever!

    5

    Very detailed explanations, easy to understand with examples and serves the purpose of a quick re-cap on French Grammar! Highly recommended!! :):)

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