Improve your listening comprehension and make learning new vocabulary so much easier with seven French short stories.
By learning this way you will be able to:
Understand grammar concepts without the monotonous chore of memorizing rules
Grasp new vocabulary that you can immediately put to use in everyday conversations
Practice your listening skills with the stories narrated by a native French speaker
Familiarize yourself with spoken French.
Each story is recorded in three different ways:
A slow version to help beginners improve their pronunciation
A normal and natural speed for intermediate and advanced learners
A normal version with the English glossaries
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I really enjoy this audiobook
Catching, diverse, entertaining
The final ones, because the author included vocabulary in English-French for those words and terms a little bit more complicated.
No, I did not
No, for me it is a book to listen in parts
it has very entertaining stories with an excellent narration that manage to get you trap in each chapter. If you are not very familiar with this accent like me, first it will be a little complicated to understand but after listening to the first stories you begin to understand a little more because of the clear and paused way the narrators have to speak.
Something that I appreciate a lot is the presence of masculine and feminine voices in the narration that achieves the objective of accustoming the listener to the different tonalities of the language.
For a non-native english speaker can be a little difficult to understand the instructions at first and it is because the narrator presents a strong French accent. In conclusion I can recommend this audiobook to all people who want to start tuning their ear to this language, or anyone who enjoys good stories in this fantastic language.
A fun and perfect way to improve french
For me the stories are great, they really let people increase their level of french and try to improve what they've learned at the different french schools because, the narrator speak slow to let people listen to each word and pay attention to the pronunciation.
Monsieur de Boite, he make me laugh and make me remember my uncle, I identfy a lot of characteristics and the narrator make me try to imagine the character.
Frederic Bibard is perfect for me, his pronunciation is perfect and make me understand each word and understand the usare of the different expressions.
It make me laugh but I think that is important to improve a little bit more on the characters, is important to be more expresive during the reading to make people get inside the story and imagine everything.
Both narrators are really good, they let people really understand and practice listening in French that is one of the most important things to comunicate with people.