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An easy-to-digest eBook about how and when to use each of the French verb tenses.
- Are the notions of moods and tenses foreign to you? (They are essential to choose the right verb form in any given French sentence.)
- Are you confused about the difference between passé composé and imparfait, or near future and future simple?
- Are you so afraid of the subjunctive you’re trying to avoid using it?
- Do you need help to clarify what the conditional or the compound tenses mean and how to use them?
Then, this book is the reinforcement you need! I carefully designed this textbook and each exercise of the workbook to create the best possible resource to help you understand the use of the French moods and tenses.
I was inspired to write this guide by a student who had come to me for brush up lessons before going to France. She already had an intermediate level in French and could handle general conversation. As we role-played some everyday life situations, she said a few things which a French person could have found intrusive or inappropriate.
However, these had nothing to do with her language skills…
So if you plan a trip to France or you have opportunities to chat with French people in your area, this guide is a must read to avoid embarrassing situations and improve your confidence! More about this eBook / Audiobook
Help support my work by purchasing the downloadable PDF notes for each French Voices Episode.
Note: Due to my busy schedule, I’m only able to provide casual lessons. These online lessons are ideal if you’d like to practice French conversation with me, if you have any question with a French notion you’re struggling to understand or if you just need a brush up or practice for your French exam
Check out my exam revision guide, “How to Prepare for the French VCE & Reach your Maximum Score”.
If you want to develop your writing skills in French and get valuable feedback on how to improve them, my French Essay correction service is a great option, especially if you are preparing for a French exam.
Let me know if there is any other way you think I can help with French language learning! 🙂