Master Vocabulary Course: Drinks & beverages simplified
LESSONS INSIDE (7) → [59 CARDS]
Water & its different states ◆ Non-alcoholic beverages ◆ Common alcoholic drinks ◆ Aperitifs ◆ After-dinner liquers ◆ What to say while raising your glasses ◆ French expressions for being drunk or sober
- You will become familiar with family tree descriptions in French.
- You will know how to name the various members pertaining to the category of parents, children, grandparents, and many more.
- You will hear and be able to repeat how each of these French nouns sound in actual sentences.
You’ll be able to list easily all your family members in French.
This section covers the words and vocabulary used to describe various types of drinks in French.
From its flagship bottled mineral water brand Evian to its huge variety of tasty wines, France is a country well known in the world for its drinks. The French take their drinks very seriously. A glass of red wine is almost always at hands reach during meals, and let’s not forget the special treatment Evian receives from its bottling process – [intricate bottle designs from famous fashion designers] – to its remarkable distribution network – [you can even enjoy your hamburger with some Evian water at French McDonalds!!).
If drinks, alcoholic or not, are as important to you as they are to the French, you can absorb the following French words…without moderation. Have fun!
- You are a complete or false beginner of French (although students at higher levels can still benefit from practicing with flashcards and from listening to the audio clips).
- You want to be able to name most common drinks and beverages out there in French with confidence.
- You don’t necessarily have French-speaking conversation partners readily available to start a simple Q&A talk.
- You’re looking to take your listening and speaking skills with confidence and at your own pace.
- You must have a computer and it must be connected to the internet.
- Your computer must be equipped with built-in or external speakers to be able to listen to the recorded French audio segments.
- No prior knowledge of French is required as everything will be taught.
- You must, at least, be familiar with the English and/or French alphabet, and if you were able to follow me until now, chances are I don’t have to worry about it on that point.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Skill level Complete Beginner
- Language English / French
- Students 1
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes