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Essential French Grammar Course

Course Details

This 60-chapter French grammar course is an intensive video course targeting the French levels A0 to roughly B1/B2 (Upper Intermediate / Low Advanced). You will find it it hundreds of relevant exercises. It will help you get the required foundation in French grammar. With some consistency and discipline, you can complete this program in sixty days. The skills and confidence you will gain will help you understand more easily and use more advanced French grammar structures.

This unit has:

10 chapters
23 lectures
2hrs47min

Chapter One

Introducing Yourself
Nationality and occupations

Chapter Two

Describing people (1)
Feminine and masculine forms
Regular and irregular nouns

Chapter Three

Describing people (2)
French Adjectives
Singular & plural forms of adj.

Chapter Four

Verb ÊTRE in the present
subject pronouns
"Tu vs. Vous" / "Nous vs. On"

Chapter Five

The interrogative form (1) Simple interrogation: yes or no questions
Negative form (1) ne+verb+pas

Chapter Six

Present tense of ER-verbs (1)
1st person singular JE + -ER

Chapter Seven

ER verbs in the present tense (2)
(review) Interrogation and Negation

Chapter Eight

Er verbs (3) : Special cases
Stem changes for specific ER verbs

Chapter nine

Pronominal ER verbs in the present tense

Chapter nine

Pronominal ER verbs in the present tense

Chapter nine

Pronominal ER verbs in the present tense

Chapter ten

Masculine & feminine of nouns
Masculine & feminine articles (b)

Chapter eleven

French nouns in the singular and plural forms

Chapter twelve

French indefinite articles
French definite articles

Chapter thirteen

contracted articles "à la", "au", "aux" / "de la", "du", "des"

Chapter fourteen

Possessive adjectives

Chapter fifteen

Demonstrative adjectives

Chapter sixteen

Stating ownership: AVOIR + noun
Placement of French adjectives

Chapter seventeen

Describing physical appearances
Saying your age

Chapter eighteen

Expressing pain sensations
Expressing lack

Chapter nineteen

AVOIR in the present tense

Chapter twenty

Definite Articles with negative particles "pas le", “pas la”, "pas les"
Indefinite articles with negative particles "pas de"

This unit has:

11 chapters
21 lectures
2hrs13min

Chapter twenty-one

French location words: "à", "de", "chez", "près de", "loin de"

Chapter twenty-two

French location words (2): “à”, “au”, “en” + city or country

Chapter twenty-three

French location words (3) "dans", "sur", "sous", "devant", "derrière"

Chapter twenty-four

Using the French expression "il y a" in three constructions: "il y a / est-ce qu’il y a / il n’y a pas...”

This unit has:

7 chapters
15 lectures
1hrs27min

Chapter twenty-five

Identifying someone, something "Qui est-ce ?", "Qu’est-ce que c’est ?"
"Ce n’est pas" as negation

Chapter twenty-six

identifying, describing someone, something: "C’est" vs. "Il est"

Chapter twenty-seven

Making a general comment with "C’est " + adjective)

This unit has:

7 chapters
18 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter twenty-eight

Numbers (1) to count
Numbers (2) to rank
Day and date

Chapter twenty-nine

What time is it? "il est" + heures

Chapter thirty

Weather (forecast)
Months and the seasons

Chapter thirty-one

French partitive articles
"du", de la", "des"

Chapter thirty-two

Expressing quantities
"un kilo de", "beaucoup de", "pas de"

Chapter thirty-three

Making comparisons of French adjectives and adverbs

Chapter thirty-four

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-five

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-six

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-seven

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-eight

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-nine

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter forty

Comparing quantities - Superlative

This unit has:

8 chapters
23 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter forty-one

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter forty-two

Comparing quantities - Superlative

This unit has:

8 chapters
17 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter forty-three

French verbs in the near future tense

Chapter forty-four

The passé composé with AVOIR (1)
ER verbs in the passé composé
IR verbs (2nd group) in the passé composé

Chapter forty-five

The passé composé with AVOIR (2)
Irregular verbs in IR, RE, OIR verbs in the passé composé

Chapter forty-six

The passé composé with ÊTRE (1)
General rules of agreement

Chapter forty-seven

The passé composé with ETRE (2)
ETRE vs AVOIR in passé composé
passé composé: reflexive verbs

Chapter forty-eight

French verbs in the imparfait
Expressing past habits

Chapter Forty-nine

french verbs in the future tense
Making plans

Chapter fifty

Summarizing the French present, past and future tenses

Chapter fifty-one

Prepositions of time: "Il y a", "pendant", "depuis", "dans"

Chapter fifty-two

The interrogative form (2)
Asking où, quand, comment, combien, pourquoi

This unit has:

8 chapters
19 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter fifty-three

The interrogative form (3)
Asking about someone, something

Chapter fifty-four

The negative form (2)
"ne rien", "ne jamais", "ne plus", "ne personne"

Chapter fifty-five

The negation and interrogation in the passé composé

Chapter fifty-six

French pronoun : “en”

Chapter fifty-seven

French pronoun : “y”

Chapter fifty-eight

French direct object pronouns: le, la, les

Chapter fifty-nine

indirect object pronouns: lui, leur

This unit has:

5 chapters
13 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter sixty

Tonic [emphatic, disjunctive] pronouns

Core French Vocabulary course

Course Details

This 60-chapter French grammar course is an intensive video course targeting the French levels A0 to roughly B1/B2 (Upper Intermediate / Low Advanced). You will find it it hundreds of relevant exercises. It will help you get the required foundation in French grammar. With some consistency and discipline, you can complete this program in sixty days. The skills and confidence you will gain will help you understand more easily and use more advanced French grammar structures.
Core French Vocabulary course

This unit has:

10 chapters
23 lectures
2hrs47min

Chapter One

Introducing Yourself
Nationality and occupations

Chapter Two

Describing people (1)
Feminine and masculine forms
Regular and irregular nouns

Chapter Three

Describing people (2)
French Adjectives
Singular & plural forms of adj.

Chapter Four

Verb ÊTRE in the present
subject pronouns
"Tu vs. Vous" / "Nous vs. On"

Chapter Five

The interrogative form (1) Simple interrogation: yes or no questions
Negative form (1) ne+verb+pas

Chapter Six

Present tense of ER-verbs (1)
1st person singular JE + -ER

Chapter Seven

ER verbs in the present tense (2)
(review) Interrogation and Negation

Chapter Eight

Er verbs (3) : Special cases
Stem changes for specific ER verbs

Chapter nine

Pronominal ER verbs in the present tense

Chapter nine

Pronominal ER verbs in the present tense

Chapter nine

Pronominal ER verbs in the present tense

Chapter ten

Masculine & feminine of nouns
Masculine & feminine articles (b)

Chapter eleven

French nouns in the singular and plural forms

Chapter twelve

French indefinite articles
French definite articles

Chapter thirteen

contracted articles "à la", "au", "aux" / "de la", "du", "des"

Chapter fourteen

Possessive adjectives

Chapter fifteen

Demonstrative adjectives

Chapter sixteen

Stating ownership: AVOIR + noun
Placement of French adjectives

Chapter seventeen

Describing physical appearances
Saying your age

Chapter eighteen

Expressing pain sensations
Expressing lack

Chapter nineteen

AVOIR in the present tense

Chapter twenty

Definite Articles with negative particles "pas le", “pas la”, "pas les"
Indefinite articles with negative particles "pas de"

This unit has:

11 chapters
21 lectures
2hrs13min

Chapter twenty-one

French location words: "à", "de", "chez", "près de", "loin de"

Chapter twenty-two

French location words (2): “à”, “au”, “en” + city or country

Chapter twenty-three

French location words (3) "dans", "sur", "sous", "devant", "derrière"

Chapter twenty-four

Using the French expression "il y a" in three constructions: "il y a / est-ce qu’il y a / il n’y a pas...”

This unit has:

7 chapters
15 lectures
1hrs27min

Chapter twenty-five

Identifying someone, something "Qui est-ce ?", "Qu’est-ce que c’est ?"
"Ce n’est pas" as negation

Chapter twenty-six

identifying, describing someone, something: "C’est" vs. "Il est"

Chapter twenty-seven

Making a general comment with "C’est " + adjective)

This unit has:

7 chapters
18 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter twenty-eight

Numbers (1) to count
Numbers (2) to rank
Day and date

Chapter twenty-nine

What time is it? "il est" + heures

Chapter thirty

Weather (forecast)
Months and the seasons

Chapter thirty-one

French partitive articles
"du", de la", "des"

Chapter thirty-two

Expressing quantities
"un kilo de", "beaucoup de", "pas de"

Chapter thirty-three

Making comparisons of French adjectives and adverbs

Chapter thirty-four

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-five

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-six

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-seven

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-eight

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-nine

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter forty

Comparing quantities - Superlative

This unit has:

8 chapters
23 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter forty-one

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter forty-two

Comparing quantities - Superlative

This unit has:

8 chapters
17 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter forty-three

French verbs in the near future tense

Chapter forty-four

The passé composé with AVOIR (1)
ER verbs in the passé composé
IR verbs (2nd group) in the passé composé

Chapter forty-five

The passé composé with AVOIR (2)
Irregular verbs in IR, RE, OIR verbs in the passé composé

Chapter forty-six

The passé composé with ÊTRE (1)
General rules of agreement

Chapter forty-seven

The passé composé with ETRE (2)
ETRE vs AVOIR in passé composé
passé composé: reflexive verbs

Chapter forty-eight

French verbs in the imparfait
Expressing past habits

Chapter Forty-nine

french verbs in the future tense
Making plans

Chapter fifty

Summarizing the French present, past and future tenses

Chapter fifty-one

Prepositions of time: "Il y a", "pendant", "depuis", "dans"

Chapter fifty-two

The interrogative form (2)
Asking où, quand, comment, combien, pourquoi

This unit has:

8 chapters
19 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter fifty-three

The interrogative form (3)
Asking about someone, something

Chapter fifty-four

The negative form (2)
"ne rien", "ne jamais", "ne plus", "ne personne"

Chapter fifty-five

The negation and interrogation in the passé composé

Chapter fifty-six

French pronoun : “en”

Chapter fifty-seven

French pronoun : “y”

Chapter fifty-eight

French direct object pronouns: le, la, les

Chapter fifty-nine

indirect object pronouns: lui, leur

This unit has:

5 chapters
13 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter sixty

Tonic [emphatic, disjunctive] pronouns

Core French Vocabulary course

Course Details

This 60-chapter French grammar course is an intensive video course targeting the French levels A0 to roughly B1/B2 (Upper Intermediate / Low Advanced). You will find it it hundreds of relevant exercises. It will help you get the required foundation in French grammar. With some consistency and discipline, you can complete this program in sixty days. The skills and confidence you will gain will help you understand more easily and use more advanced French grammar structures.

This unit has:

10 chapters
23 lectures
2hrs47min

Chapter One

Introducing Yourself
Nationality and occupations

Chapter Two

Describing people (1)
Feminine and masculine forms
Regular and irregular nouns

Chapter Three

Describing people (2)
French Adjectives
Singular & plural forms of adj.

Chapter Four

Verb ÊTRE in the present
subject pronouns
"Tu vs. Vous" / "Nous vs. On"

Chapter Five

The interrogative form (1) Simple interrogation: yes or no questions
Negative form (1) ne+verb+pas

Chapter Six

Present tense of ER-verbs (1)
1st person singular JE + -ER

Chapter Seven

ER verbs in the present tense (2)
(review) Interrogation and Negation

Chapter Eight

Er verbs (3) : Special cases
Stem changes for specific ER verbs

Chapter nine

Pronominal ER verbs in the present tense

Chapter nine

Pronominal ER verbs in the present tense

Chapter nine

Pronominal ER verbs in the present tense

Chapter ten

Masculine & feminine of nouns
Masculine & feminine articles (b)

Chapter eleven

French nouns in the singular and plural forms

Chapter twelve

French indefinite articles
French definite articles

Chapter thirteen

contracted articles "à la", "au", "aux" / "de la", "du", "des"

Chapter fourteen

Possessive adjectives

Chapter fifteen

Demonstrative adjectives

Chapter sixteen

Stating ownership: AVOIR + noun
Placement of French adjectives

Chapter seventeen

Describing physical appearances
Saying your age

Chapter eighteen

Expressing pain sensations
Expressing lack

Chapter nineteen

AVOIR in the present tense

Chapter twenty

Definite Articles with negative particles "pas le", “pas la”, "pas les"
Indefinite articles with negative particles "pas de"

This unit has:

11 chapters
21 lectures
2hrs13min

Chapter twenty-one

French location words: "à", "de", "chez", "près de", "loin de"

Chapter twenty-two

French location words (2): “à”, “au”, “en” + city or country

Chapter twenty-three

French location words (3) "dans", "sur", "sous", "devant", "derrière"

Chapter twenty-four

Using the French expression "il y a" in three constructions: "il y a / est-ce qu’il y a / il n’y a pas...”

This unit has:

7 chapters
15 lectures
1hrs27min

Chapter twenty-five

Identifying someone, something "Qui est-ce ?", "Qu’est-ce que c’est ?"
"Ce n’est pas" as negation

Chapter twenty-six

identifying, describing someone, something: "C’est" vs. "Il est"

Chapter twenty-seven

Making a general comment with "C’est " + adjective)

This unit has:

7 chapters
18 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter twenty-eight

Numbers (1) to count
Numbers (2) to rank
Day and date

Chapter twenty-nine

What time is it? "il est" + heures

Chapter thirty

Weather (forecast)
Months and the seasons

Chapter thirty-one

French partitive articles
"du", de la", "des"

Chapter thirty-two

Expressing quantities
"un kilo de", "beaucoup de", "pas de"

Chapter thirty-three

Making comparisons of French adjectives and adverbs

Chapter thirty-four

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-five

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-six

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-seven

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-eight

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter thirty-nine

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter forty

Comparing quantities - Superlative

This unit has:

8 chapters
23 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter forty-one

Comparing quantities - Superlative

Chapter forty-two

Comparing quantities - Superlative

This unit has:

8 chapters
17 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter forty-three

French verbs in the near future tense

Chapter forty-four

The passé composé with AVOIR (1)
ER verbs in the passé composé
IR verbs (2nd group) in the passé composé

Chapter forty-five

The passé composé with AVOIR (2)
Irregular verbs in IR, RE, OIR verbs in the passé composé

Chapter forty-six

The passé composé with ÊTRE (1)
General rules of agreement

Chapter forty-seven

The passé composé with ETRE (2)
ETRE vs AVOIR in passé composé
passé composé: reflexive verbs

Chapter forty-eight

French verbs in the imparfait
Expressing past habits

Chapter Forty-nine

french verbs in the future tense
Making plans

Chapter fifty

Summarizing the French present, past and future tenses

Chapter fifty-one

Prepositions of time: "Il y a", "pendant", "depuis", "dans"

Chapter fifty-two

The interrogative form (2)
Asking où, quand, comment, combien, pourquoi

This unit has:

8 chapters
19 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter fifty-three

The interrogative form (3)
Asking about someone, something

Chapter fifty-four

The negative form (2)
"ne rien", "ne jamais", "ne plus", "ne personne"

Chapter fifty-five

The negation and interrogation in the passé composé

Chapter fifty-six

French pronoun : “en”

Chapter fifty-seven

French pronoun : “y”

Chapter fifty-eight

French direct object pronouns: le, la, les

Chapter fifty-nine

indirect object pronouns: lui, leur

This unit has:

5 chapters
13 lectures
1hrs36min

Chapter sixty

Tonic [emphatic, disjunctive] pronouns

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