Introducing eight provocative short stories to learn French (including tons of vocabulary and detailed quizzes).
Do you know what's the most popular, breakthrough way of learning a new language nowadays? There's something that's for sure: you already know it isn't common, old-fashioned type of language learning books. Those are incredibly boring and outdated. But there's so much more than that. Today, the most popular, hustle-free way of learning a foreign language is this: by listening to short stories, fun tales, and captivating narratives that keep you hooked from beginning to end. Do we have your attention already? Great. Because that's exactly what this book is about.
Captivating stories + French language = learn faster.
The best thing about using short stories to learn foreign languages is that you actually learn without realizing you're doing it. Think for a second: when was the last time you learned something new without much effort on your part? When was the last time you actually enjoyed the learning process and were eager to keep advancing while having fun the whole time? More likely than not, it's tough to recall feeling like that. That's why learning French with short stories is catching up so much momentum lately: it works, it's fun, and it's pretty much hustle-free.
In this volume you'll find eight exciting short stories intended for beginners and low intermediate French learners. They've been prepared for A1, A2, and B1 levels of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference). Your just have to focus on one story at a time and start listening. Each story contains 3000 to 4000 words, and they can be listened to quite effortlessly. The stories deal around multiple genres, including mystery, adventure, fantasy and romance, and take place in France. We've prepared these tales to keep you entertained and motivated to continue listening until the very end of each story.
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Highly recommended French stories to listen to
perfect stars for this!
If I was just reading it, it would probably difficult to me to comprehend because I understand French easier when I hear it than reading it. Written French words are just hard to understand for me. so this is a lot better.
Yes the third story is the best!