Mastering French Conversation, Unit 3

  • by Scott Brians
  • Narrated by Dr. Annette Brians
  • 3 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dear French language student,
Our approach to teaching French is straightforward: one learns how to speak French by speaking French. To this end, we have developed oral drills that allow you to practice French conversation. While the drills are demanding, they are also effective in improving your hearing, understanding and speaking skills.
In this third course, we will cover:
1) Demonstrative Adjectives: ce, cet, cette and ces
2) Preposition 'à'
3) Question Forms
4) Verbs with the Infinitive Ending '-er'
For course details, please see our website.
We wish you the very best,
Scott & Dr. Annette Brians

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Mastering French Conversation unit 3

Would you listen to Mastering French Conversation, Unit 3 again? Why?

I have listened to Unit 3 many times. I found the course very helpful in improving my conversational French through the substitution drills which really drilled home the various pronouns and other sounds and nuances of French. I have found my conversation more natural and spontaneous after using Unit 3. This is not a course you will breeze through and, in fact, one you should listen to numerous times. The unique FSI method is for any serious student of French and the quality of this particular product makes it a must have for anyone working towards speaking French like the French including those who have previously completed unit 2, Persons who already have a background in French may find this course great for a review, but I believe they should download the free demo provided on the website to evaluate the course level vs their needs. The FSI method worked terrifically for me and I look forward to a unit 4. I have used numerous other French language programs but I like this one best for developing automatic and responsive French conversation. I find down loading the free transcript and reviewing it helps me sort out subtleties in the language I may not hear correctly.


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- Wallace

Steps up the pace a bit

Unit 3 remains mostly in the present tense, adding modal verbs and some double-verb constructions. I was a surprised how much practical material there is to cover and on which become reflexively and immediately capable. Quality, audio, and pacing are consistently excellent, like in previous units. This is for people who want to learn French, rather than learn a bunch of stuff "about" French.
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- Paul W Hodges

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-09-2015
  • Publisher: Scott Brians & Dr. Annette Brians