SCARY??? Did you say French was SCARY?

Well, today, it gets even SCARIER now

Bilingual English-French Halloween e-Dictionary

Ever wondered which words and expressions French people usually  associate with fear? Do you want to know how to write and say the French words for “creepy” or “insane” or “psychopath” or “serial killer”?

Even better, do you want to be able to hear how French people use these words and expressions in full example sentences? What if you could read the English equivalents of these words at the same time? This is a theme-specific and targeted dictionary which will help you learn new and fun French words on Halloween. You can own it now…. Bwahaha! (my scary laughter) :-)

  • More than 500 example sentences in English and French

  • Alphabetically-ordered vocabulary list to give you more convenience

  • Illustrated with frighteningly-fun images of demons and hair-raising creatures

  • FREE accompanying AUDIO ebook version for a better French pronunciation

$15 Get it now for $1

Important Notice: You can own this fun eBook (PDF) right now for just $1 dollar for a 7-day trial period. If you want to keep it entirely after the trial period, your credit card will be debited a one-time installment of just $9. But wait, it gets frighteningly better! As a thank-you gift for keeping this eBook, you will also receive the accompanying AUDIO EBOOK version (a $27 value) totally  free of charge on the eighth day after your initial purchase. I strongly believe you will enjoy owning this fun electronic bilingual dictionary on Halloween, but if for any reason you would like to cancel your purchase during the 7-day trial period, please contact me via email AND attach the eBook to your message.


French Gender Rules Scare You? – Boy noun? Girl Noun? Hybrid? What???

The most complete guide on using the correct gender for ANY French noun

Afraid of French gender??? You’d better be. Show me a single French learner who wasn’t terrified (and perhaps even embarrassed) at the idea of  being constantly corrected for using “le” instead of “la” or “une” instead of “un” in their French conversation.

As a french instructor in a non-French speaking country, teaching which gender to assign to which French word and how to construct the feminine of certain masculine nouns is perhaps the toughest part of my job (besides grading students’ copies of course :-) )

 

  • Follow 41 easy and practical rules for full understanding of this topic

  • Well-organized (clickable) table of contents for easy navigation

  • Detailed explanations on the categories of Nouns, Adjectives and Gender.

  • Simply the best French guide on the subject you can have for this incredible value.

$27 Get it now for $1

Important Notice: You can own the complete (PDF) reference guide right now for just $1 dollar for a 7-day trial period. If you want to keep it entirely after the trial period, your credit card will be debited a one-time installment of just $9. I am totally convinced you will find this French guide very useful, but if for any reason you would like to cancel your purchase during the 7-day trial period, please contact me via email AND attach the eBook to your message.


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