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How To : Pronounce French words mean the same in English

Some French words look the same and have the same meaning in English but they are pronounced differently. This video series teaches you how to pronounce these words. Part 1 of 23 - How to Pronounce French words mean the same in English. Part 2 of 23 - How to Pronounce French ...more

How To : Pronounce the letter "r" in French

Watch to learn how to pronounce the letter "r" combined with other consonants in French. Part 1 of 2 - How to Pronounce the letter "r" in French. Part 2 of 2 - How to Pronounce the letter "r" in French.

How To : Pronounce the months in French

Watch to learn how to say and pronounce the names of the months in French. janvier - January fevrier - February mars - March avril - April mai - May juin - June juillet - July août - August septembre - September octobre - October novembre - November decembre - December

How To : Say 'hello' to someone in French

This video teaches you how to say hello to someone in French. When you approach a female, you should say “Bonjour, Madame”. The first word has two (2) syllables. The first syllable is pronounced the same as the word bone is pronounced in English. The second syllable of the fir ...more

How To : Say the vowels in French

Watch to learn how to pronounce the vowels and combinations of vowels in French. Part 1 of 4 - How to Say the vowels in French. Part 2 of 4 - How to Say the vowels in French. Part 3 of 4 - How to Say the vowels in French. Part 4 of 4 - How to Say the vowels in French.

How To : Learn any accent in any dialect

Is your French up to par with Parisians? Can your Aussie tongue mingle with the local Australian natives? What about your old-style New York accent? If you're in need of improving your accents in different languages, then Amy Walker can help you out. This is a masterclass fro ...more

How To : Say hello in French, German, Italian & more

In this video from TwinsEre199 we learn how to say hello in 10 different languages. It goes through each language and shows the spelling on the screen and in some cases the pronunciation as well. It is not said out loud at all but you can see each word on the screen and sound ...more

How To : Pronounce "faux pas"

Today's word is "faux pas". This is a noun of French origin which means a social slip in etiquette or manners. For example, you can say, "She didn't introduce herself to the host, a terrible faux pas, considering she'd never met her."

How To : Pronounce the English word "luminary"

Today's word is "luminary". This is both an adjective and a noun. As a noun, it means a famous person who has achieved great success in a certain field. For example, you can say, "As an ambassador to France, my uncle often attends parties hosted by French luminaries in busines ...more

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