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    • Audio/Video Tool Testing
      Ready to take action? First, you must test your audio/video recording equipment and make sure it's working. Please upload a clear-sounding 10-20 second audio MP3 file. If you'd prefer, you can also upload a very short video (screencast or headshot).
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    • Come say “Bonjour” to your new pals!
      Hello! Thanks for joining our French training lab! We're all super excited to have you here. Please take a minute or two to introduce yourself briefly to the group. Say your name, the country you're from (or currently live in) and the language(s) you can speak. Do you have a hobby? We will love to hear it. Bienvenue!
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    • 11 months, 3 weeks ago

      Herman

    • Practice French Conjugation Here
      This group is all about using French verbs in sentences of your own. Learning verbs will only do so much. Now is the time to give the verbs you've just studied all the meaning YOU want to give them. Make these French verbs relevant to your own experiences or to your creative imagination. The sky is the limit.
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    • Practice Your French Grammar Here
      This group is all about practicing French grammar rules. From the most mundane grammar structures to the most complex ones, nothing is off limit. For us, learning French grammar isn't enough. We always try it for ourselves, in our OWN sentences. Making mistakes is OK as long we are willing to get right back up and try again until we make progress along the way. We've got all the support needed here. So no holding back.
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    • Practice Your French Vocabulary Here
      Here we do one thing and one thing only. We aim to boost our French vocabulary arsenal. We decide to use the French words and phrases that we have learned in every way possible. We write these French words in creative but relevant sentences until they finally stick to our mind. We act out our French words we seek to master, if necessary, and look for their synonyms and/or antonyms in addition to reading their meaning out of dictionaries.
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