Complete French Grammar (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced)

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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

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

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Course Curriculum

Course Sections

Oui, Non, Si

Talking About Professions And Jobs

Bonjour, ça va, au revoir

Ça va? Je suis content, triste, etc.

Ça va? J’ai faim, soif, etc.

S’il vous plait, merci, de rien

Apologies, Sorry, Excuse Me

Agreement, And ‘tu as raison’

Avoir envie de / besoin de

Être en train de

Ordering In A Shop Or Restaurant

Months Of The Year

Days Of The Week


Units Of Time

Telling Time

Midi, minuit

Aujourd’hui, hier, etc.

Telling Years And Date

‘In’ for Periods of Time

Le + Days Of The Week: Recurrent Events

Numbers 0-10

Numbers 11-20

Numbers 10, 20-100

Numbers 21-99

Numbers 100, 1000 To Billion

Examples: Complex Number

Indefinite Articles

Definite Articles: General

Definite Articles Before Vowels

Use Of Definite Articles

Le partitif

Le partitif In The Negative: ‘de’

Le partitif Before Adjectives

This And That: ce, cet, cette, ces

Examples: ce, cette, etc.

Celui, celles, celle, ceux

Examples: celui, celle, etc.

Article + Adjective as Demonstrative Pronouns

Adjectives And Word Order

Être And Adjectives

Adjectives That Change Meaning Before Or After The Noun

Subject Pronouns

Disjunctive Pronouns

Direct Object Pronouns

Examples: Direct Object Pronouns

Indirect Object Pronouns

Examples: Indirect Object Pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns

Examples: Reflexive Pronouns

‘En’ for le partitif

‘En’ For Numbers And Quantities

‘Il y en a’

‘En’ For ‘from’ With Places

Y for Prepositional Phrases

Singular Possessive Adjectives: mon, ton, etc.

Examples: Singular Possessive Adjectives

Plural Possessive Adjectives: mes, tes, etc.

Examples: Plural Possessive Adjectives

Possessive Pronouns: le mien, le tien, etc.

Possession with ‘de’

Examples: Possession With ‘de’

Forming Adverbs With –ment

Adverb Examples

Adverbs For Quantity

Inversion Questions

Inversion Questions With 3rd Person

Est-ce que







Which: Quel, quelle, quells, quelles

Examples: quel, quelle, etc.

Compound Prepositions: au, à la à l’, aux

Compound Prepositions: du, de la, de l’, des

À, de for Cities

En, au, aux for ‘to/in’ Countries

De, du, des for ‘from’ Countries


-er verb conjugation: parler

-ir verb confugation: ouvrir

-ir verb conjugation: reussir

-re verb conjugation: vendre

Irregular Verb Conjugation: Être

Irregular Verb Conjugation: Avoir

Irregular Verb Conjugation: Aller

Irregular Verb Conjugation: Faire

Present in English vs French

2nd Verb Infinitives

‘Il y a’ for ‘there is/are’

The Passive Voice

‘Faire’ for make/have someone do something

Negative Infinitives

Basic Negation: Ne … pas

Ne … jamais

Ne … rien

Ne … personne

Ne … aucun

Ne … plus

Ne … que

Order Of Negative Words

Order For Negative Words As Subjects

Forming l’impératif

Simple Examples For The Imperative

Imperative with Object Pronouns

Imperative With Reflexive Verbs

Order Of Imperative Pronouns

Negative Imperative

Negative Imperative With Pronouns

Negative Imperative With Reflexive Verbs

Venir + de + inf

Aller + inf

Passé composé

Participe passé: -er -> -é

Participe passé: -ir -> -i

Participe passé: -re -> -u

Participe passé review: -é, -i, -u

Examples: passé composé

Être + p.p. for passé composé

Examples of Être + p.p. and DR MRS VAN DER TRAMP

Passé composé with Direct Object Pronouns

Passe composé with Indirect Object Pronouns

Negation for passé composé: ne … pas/rien

2nd Verb Infinitives with passé compose

2nd Verb Infinitives with Negation and Direct Objects Pronouns

Passé composé for Reflexive Verbs

Agreement Of p.p. With Reflexive Verbs

Reflexive Verbs For Possession

Idiomatic Reflexive Verbs

Reflexive Verbs For Talking In General

Forming The Imparfait

Imparfait For Describing The Past

Imparfait For Putting Ourselves In The Moment

Imparfait For Habitual Events In The Past

Imparfait For Interrupted Actions

Imparfait For ‘Was Going To Do’

Imparfait For Verbs Of State

Imparfait Review

Bases for le futur and le conditionnel

Forming The Future Tense

Examples: le futur

Forming le conditionnel

Si… conditionnel + imparfait

Le plus que parfait

Examples: le plus que parfait

Le conditionnel passé

Si… plus que parfait + conditionnel passé

Would, Could, Should

Le futur antérieur

Examples of le future anterieur

Timeline of the Different Future Tenses


Examples Of Comparisons Of Quantity

Examples Of Comparisons With Adjectives/Adverbs


Examples Of Superlatives With Adjectives

Special Comparisons: meilleur, mieux, moindre, pire, mieux, pis

Examples with meilleur, pire, moindre, mieux, pis

Qui, à qui, de qui



Quoi, à quoi, de quoi

Où, d’où

Ce qui

Ce que

Ce dont

Forms of lequel, auxquels, des quelles, etc.

Examples for lequel

Formation of le subjonctif

2 More Examples of Forming le subjonctif

Passé du subjonctif Formation

Subjunctive With Emotions

Subjunctive With Wants Or Restrictions

Subjunctive With Possibility Or Necessity

Subjunctive With Doubt

Subjunctive With Some Prepositions

Subjunctive With Uncertain Existence

Subjunctive With Superlative Opinions

Subjunctive With Impersonal Judgements

Review: Subjunctive


1 student review
  1. em l says:

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