A clever, quick reference tool I designed to help you read French by looking up how to pronounce a given spelling.
Use it on the go in your French textbooks or novel!
- The bookmark compiles the main French combinations of letters and their corresponding sounds in IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet).
The IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) symbols are important because they’re the only reliable indicator for the correct pronunciation of words. While you don’t have to learn these symbols by heart, it is useful to be able to refer to them. You’ll get familiar with them over time.
I always use the IPA in my French pronunciation course “How to sound like a native French speaker”, never an approximation of the pronunciation written with the standard alphabet.
Dictionaries also use the IPA to indicate the correct pronunciation of each word.
- The bookmark can be used alone or as a complement to my French pronunciation course “How to sound like a native French speaker”.
What you’ll receive
Please note: you’ll receive a digital version of the bookmark to download and print, NOT the physical product itself.
- A one-page PDF file
(bookmark dimensions: 19.2 x 9.5 cm when printed on A4)
- Instructions on how to cut and fold the bookmark
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