French Language Game: aller-retour



Quick French language Game: "aller-retour" - return ticket.
Play 14 French words and phrases as part of a practical mini-story. 
Learn and practice buying a train ticket in French.
If you travel around France with friends or on your own, it'll come in very useful.
And, go practice some French numbers when you have the time.
Starting with 70, it gets a little complicated.Say the French OUT LOUD, always! Doing so is great for your pronunciation and memory.
Our games work especially well for mid to high Beginners who want to learn and review conversational French. 

Words and phrases in French Language Game

  • elle accompagne - she accompanies [accompagner]
  • à la gare - to the station 
  • au guichet - at the ticket window
  • il dit - he says [dire]
  • un billet - one ticket
  • seconde classe - second class
  • pour Aix-en-Provence - to Aix-en-Provence
  • aller simple - one-way [ticket]
  • aller-retour - return [ticket]
  • ça fait - that's/that makes [faire]
  • soixante-quinze - seventy-five/75
  • en TGV - by TGV [high speed train]
  • voilà - here's/here are
  • quatre-vingts - eighty/80 

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French Language Game: L'addition



Quick French language Game: "L'addition, s'il vous plaît" - The check, please. 
Play 14 basic French words and phrases in the context of a mini-story.
Learn and practice asking for the check and paying in French.
With that, you're good to go even in a small village in France.
You may also want to review and practice French numbers in this context.
Always say the French out loud.
That way you'll improve your pronunciation and better remember the words and phrases.
Our games and courses are a good way for mid to high Beginners to learn and review conversational French. 

Words and phrases in French Language Game

  • l’addition - the check
  • le serveur - the waiter
  • Voilà. - Here you are.
  • ça fait - that's/that makes (an amount)
  • vingt et un - twenty-one/21
  • quarante-cinq - forty-five/45
  • il demande - he asks [demander]
  • je peux - I can [pouvoir]
  • payer - to pay
  • avec une carte de crédit - with a credit card
  • tu veux - you want (familiar) [vouloir]
  • le service - the service
  • inclus - included
  • toujours - always

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More Than a French Language Game

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In it you learn and practice all the words, phrases and sentences you also hear in the podcasts.
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French Language Game: Au Café




Quick French Language Game
 "Au Café" - At the Café. 
Listen to a quick mini-story, and then learn and practice 10 easy French words and phrases in a meaningful context.
Our games and courses are a great way for mid to high Beginners to learn basic vocabulary and become familiar with typical French language patterns.
The context: After finishing their shopping, Daniel and his cousin Julie sit down at an outdoor café. 

Words in Mini-story Language Game

  • je t'invite - I'm inviting you/ my treat [inviter]
  • Qu'est-ce que tu prends ? - What are you having?
  • j'aimerais - I'd like
  • une tarte aux fraises - a strawberry tart
  • ça a l'air bon - that sounds good
  • monsieur - sir (calling the waiter)
  • Qu'est-ce que je vous sers? - What can I get you?
  • Et à boire ? - And to drink?
  • un jus d'orange - an orange juice
  • un express - an espresso

Our full French 1 course is made up of a series of mini-stories.
You learn and practice 750 basic words in context.
(You can play the course for FREE by registering HERE.)
Say the answer out loud either before or with the speaker.
Do this specially for the full sentences.
It'll help you improve your French pronunciation and intonation.


French Language Game: Cool



Quick French Language Game "Cool".
Listen, learn and practice 15 practical French words and phrases in the context of a mini-story.
Our games and courses are especially made for Mid to High Beginners.
The interactive games are a fun way to become familiar with typical French vocabulary and language patterns.
The Context: Daniel and his cousin Julie are walking around Paris.
Julie asks him if he'd like to come along for a quick shopping trip.
Practice your pronunciation and intonation by saying the French ALOUD with or after the speaker.
If you write out the words and phrases and test yourself on them again later, you'll be well on your way to remembering them.

Our full French 1 course consists of a series of mini-stories.
The course contains 750 basic words in the context of a simple travel story.
(You can play the course for FREE by registering HERE.)

Words in French Mini-Story Language Game

  • tu viens - you come (familiar) [venir]
  • avec moi - with me
  • où ça? - where to?
  • je dois - I have to [devoir] 
  • acheter - to buy
  • quelque chose - something
  • Qu'est-ce que c'est? - What is it?
  • c'est - it is
  • un grand magasin - a department store
  • je viens - I come [venir]
  • avec toi - with you (familiar)
  • après ça - after that
  • on - we (conversational) [literally "one"]
  • on va prendre - we're going to have
  • something to drink - quelque chose à boire 

Quick Grammar Points:

1. Questions: In conversational French you'll hear questions that just use intonation (instead of the question phrase "est-ce que" or inversion. Example: Tu viens avec moi? (Are you coming with me?)

2. The pronoun "on": In conversational French "on" is often used to mean "we". Example: On va prendre quelque chose à boire. (We're going to have something to drink.) In other contexts, the pronoun "on" can also refer to the impersonal "one, you, they, someone".

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More Than a French Language Game

Don't forget: You can practice French online for FREE with our 36-Scene French 1 Travel-Story: "Daniel en France"
In it you learn and practice all the words, phrases and sentences you also hear in the podcasts.
Just login HERE.
"The Story" and easy games will let you forget that you're actually learning French!
And, if you have any language questions  - don't hesitate to contact us! 


French Language Game: Sur la place




Quick French Language Game
 "Sur la place" - On the square. 
Listen to a quick mini-story and practice the vocabulary with a quick and fun game. 
Learn 16 easy French words and phrases in a meaningful context.
Our games and courses are a great way for mid-to-high Beginner learners to become familiar with typical French language Daniel and his cousin Julie stroll around Paris.
They walk across the square of Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
Julie explains the difference between the French words "une place" and "un lieu".
Our full French 1 course is made up of a series of mini-stories with which you learn and practice 750 basic words in context.
(You can play the course for FREE by registering HERE.)
Always say the answer aloud either before or with the speaker.
That helps you to improve your pronunciation and intonation of French sentences. It's also a good way to remember vocabulary.
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Words in French Mini-Story Language Game

  • le lendemain - the next day
  • elle n'a pas - she doesn't have [avoir]
  • les courses - the classes, courses
  • elle veut - she wants [vouloir] 
  • montrer - to show
  • ils se promènent - they stroll [se promener]
  • sur la place - on the square
  • un lieu - a place, spot
  • où - where
  • il y a - there is, there are
  • souvent - often
  • les marchés - the markets
  • l'église - the church
  • là-bas - over there
  • vraiment - really
  • un beau monument - a beautiful monument

Quick Grammar Points:

1. negation: "elle a" (she has) - elle n'a pas (she doesn't have).
Note: the negative particles, ne ... pas go around the verb.
2. reflexive verb: se promener (to stroll, take a walk) - ils se promènent (they stroll).
Note: "se promener" is reflexive in French but the English equivalent "to stroll" is not.

More Than a French Language Game

And don't forget: You can practice French online for FREE with our 36-Scene French 1 Travel-Story: "Daniel en France"
In it you learn and practice all the words, phrases and sentences you also hear in the podcasts.
Just login HERE.
"The Story" and easy games will let you forget that you're actually learning French!
If you have any language questions  - don't hesitate to contact us! 

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