FLORID FRENCH COURSES

Learn the basics of French in 1 month.
French Tutor in Toronto.
Course Description, French Course For Beginners.

The French course for Beginners is 20 classes and covers vocabulary, pronunciation, verbs and grammar.

It is a french tutoring course that covers the basics of French.

Fluent French tutor, French teacher.

There is also:

An Intermediate-French course and

An easier French course for elementary school students.

French immersion students could take the advanced French course.

The course could also be preparation for the TEF test or the TEFAQ test.

The french lessons are $ 10 per class.

Classes are 1 hour each.

The first class of the courses is a free trial class.

The courses are online, or in-person in Scarborough, Toronto, near Brimley and Sheppard Avenue East.

If you would like to take the free trial class for one of the courses, you can send a text message to (437) 246-4927.

All Exercises Were Created For The Course

There are 9 sections to the website, on a single page.

In-Person Classes

Online Classes

Course Description

French Course For Kids

Intermediary-French Course

The First Free Class Of The Course

The Schedule For The Free Trial Class

Vocabulary

Pronunciation

Verbs

Grammar

10 Apps To Learn French On Your Own

French Course For Beginners

The French course is 20 classes of theory and covers vocabulary, pronunciation, verbs and grammar.

The course was created for people who would like to learn French more quickly.

The course is in person in Scarborough, Toronto and online.

The in-person course and the online course are the same.

The course is C $ 40 for 4 classes, $ 10 per class.

The first class of the course is free.

Each class is one hour.

All exercises were created for the course and students have access to the exercises outside of the classes.

Students can hear pronunciation of the French words in the app, the proununciation is very good and clear.

To take the first free class of the course, you can text or call (437) 246-4927, or you can send an email to omniborough@gmail.com.

After the first free class, if you would like to take the course, you can select a weekly schedule for classes.

Sign-up for classes is for 4 classes at a time.

If you would like more information, or if you have questions about the course, you can text or call (437) 246-4927.

There are classes morning, afternoon, evening, weekdays and week-ends.

In-person Classes

The course is taught in person in Scarborough, Toronto near Brimley and Sheppard.

The address is 4455 Sheppard Avenue East, room 212.

A projector is used for class.

The in-person classes are recommended for people who can attend them.

Online Course

The online course uses Google Meet.

You can take the first free class.

Afterwards, if you would like to sign up for the next 4 classes, you can select a schedule for classes.

The online classes are C$ 40 for 4 classes, $ 10 per class.

There are classes morning, afternoon, evening, weekdays and week-ends.

Course Description

The French course is 20 classes of theory and covers vocabulary, pronunciation, verbs, and grammar.

There are:

  • 6 vocabulary classes
  • 4 pronunciation classes
  • 8 verbs classes
  • 2 grammar classes

Students can take further classes after that, if they would like to learn to write French or to speak French.

The French Course For Kids

There is also a French course for kids.

That is an easier French course for students in grades 1-12.

Students learn vocabulary and study the six main verb tenses in French.

Those verb tenses are présent, imparfait, passé composé, futur, conditionel and impératif.

Then, students write short sentences in French and translate sentences from French to English.

Students learn more vocabulary, pronunciation, irregular verbs, other verb tenses, and grammar.

Then students write other sentences in French and translate other sentences from French to English.

Then, students practice speaking French in class.

All exercises were created for the course.

They are simple exercises to learn vocabulary, pronunciation and verbs more quickly.

Students have access to all of the exercises if they take the course, and are recommended to study them outside of class.

The Intermediary-French Course

In the Intermediary-French class, students write sentences in French, translate sentences from from French to English, read dialogue in French and review vocabulary and verbs studied in the French course for beginners.

The First Class Of The Course Is Free

The first class is an introductory class.

In the class, students learn the 25 most common words in French.

That is a video of an exercise done in the first class, the video is on the Facebook page.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=372381398062566&id=226201012680606

If you would like to take the first free class for one of the 3 French courses, you can send a text message to (437) 246-4927.

The schedule for the free trial class is listed below.

The Schedule For The Free Trial Class

That is the schedule for the free trial class this week.

There is a free trial class for the French course for adults, a free trial class for the French course for kids, and a free trial class for the Intermediary-French course.

The French courses are only online, presently.

After the first class, if you would like to take the course, you could start the course the following week.

The hours for the schedule are Toronto time, if you live in another time zone, you could adjust the time for your time zone.

If you would like to take the free trial class, you could select a time for the class, and send a text message to (437) 246-4927, and a Google Meet link will be sent to you for the class.

The new weekly schedule for the free trial classes will be added to the website every week.

Anyone who would like to take one of the free trial classes could take it.

If you have any questions, you could text (437) 246-4927.

Online Classes

French course for beginners

Tuesday 7 PM

Thursday 7 PM

Thursday 9 PM

Saturday 7 PM

Sunday 3 PM

French course for students in grades 1-12

Tuesday 5 PM

Thursday 6 PM

Saturday 4 PM

Sunday 1 PM

Intermediary-French Course

Friday 8 AM

Friday 6 PM

Saturday 6 PM

The French courses are only online, presently.

In-person Classes

French course for beginners

French course for elementary school students

Vocabulary

In the course, students study the 1,000 most common words in French in 6 vocabulary classes.

The 1,000 most common words in French are about 90 percent of words used in daily spoken French.

The pronunciation of French words can be heard in the app and the pronunciation is very clear and very good.

Pronunciation

Students learn pronunciation in four classes, in the third to the sixth classes of the course.

There are about 25 vowel sounds in French, and some have multiple spellings.

Students learn the 25 vowel sounds in the course and they practice reading words that use those vowel sounds.

Verbs

Students study verbs in 8 verb classes.

Students study the 6 main verb tenses in French and review all the other verb tenses.

The six main verb tenses in French are Présent, Imparfait, Futur, Conditionel, Passé Composé and Impératif.

Grammar

There are 2 grammar classes in the course, the last 2 classes of the course.

In the 2 grammar classes, students learn nouns and adjectives, the masculine, feminine and plural forms of words, as well as articles and pronouns.

10 French Apps To Learn French On Your Own

Those are 10 apps to learn French on your own.

I looked at about 40 French apps when creating the French Course for beginners.

Those are the 10 best French apps I saw, I use them in the French courses.

You could share the list of 10 French apps on Facebook or on other websites, if you would like, you could copy and paste the link below.

http://www.florid.ca/#10-French-Apps

App # 1 of 10:

Quizlet

Quizlet is the main app used in the course.

It is a flashcard app.

You can create flashcards and take quizzes for those flashcards.

The French words are on one side and the English words are on the reverse side of the flashcard.

If you click on the flashcard, it will flip the card.

Students could do a pairing exercise, where they pair the French words with the English words.

There are 6 French words on the page and their English translation, students have to pair the French word with the English word.

If the answer is wrong, the app will say so, and students could guess many times.

Students learn vocabulary more quickly with the Quizlet app.

Students in the course learn the 1,000 most common words in French in 6 vocabulary classes.

The pronunciation of French words can be heard in the app for each flashcard.

It is very good and very clear.

You can search for French exercises that people uploaded to Quizlet and use those exercises, though many of those exercises have errors.

The Quizlet app is minimalist and does not have a lot of graphics.

The design of the Quizlet app is sleek.

That is a video showing different features of the Quizlet app.

In the first part, you could hear pronunciation of the French words and see the translation of the words if you click on the cards.

In the second part, you could match the French word with the English translation, if the answer is wrong, the app will tell you, and you could select another answer.

In the third part of the video, you could see the multiple-choice questions, from French to English, or from English to French.

You could use the app to learn French verbs, called “conjugaison” in French, without learning verb rules, as shown in the video below.

That is an exercise of the 25 most common words in French on the Quizlet app.

That exercise is done in the first class of the French course.

I recommend that you download the Quizlet app.

Google Android App store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.quizlet.quizletandroid

Apple App store:

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/quizlet-learn-with-flashcards/id546473125

App # 2 of 10:

Memrise

Memrise is an app similar to Quizlet that people upload French exercises to.

The exercise shown in the images above is a list of “the 5,000 most common words in French.”

Each French word is on a single page, with the English translation, and the pronunciation of the French words could be heard on each page, the pronunciation of the French words is very good and clear.

People can take quizzes on those exercises.

It is possible to search for exercises that people uploaded to the Memrise app, though those execises often have errors.

Google Android App store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.memrise.android.memrisecompanion

Apple App store:

https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/learn-languages-with-memrise/id635966718

App # 3 of 10:

Duocards

Duocards is an app that has videos, articles and flashcards.

You could watch many types of videos including TV shows, movies, interviews and cartoons.

The dialogue in the video is displayed below the video and the dialogue is highlighted as the person in the video speaks.

You could click on any word in the dialogue and a translation of the word will appear, the video will re-start afterwards where it stopped.

If you press the turtle icon, the video will play more slowly.

You could read French articles in the app.

If you click on any word in an article, a translation will appear.

Articles are categorized as “easy”, “moderate”, and “hard”.

There are flashcards as well, you could learn words and sentences, and you could hear the pronunciation.

You could see the French videos in the Duocards app in the video below.

Google Android App Store:

Apple App Store:

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/duocards-learning-decks/id1508159917

App # 4 of 10:

French Reword

French Reword is an app with short sentences in French that use the same word.

Each flashcard has one French word, if you click on the flashcard, you could see the translation of the word.

You could hear the pronunciation of the word in the app.

You can see the translation of the sentences in English if you click on the sentences.

You can hear the sentences read out as well, the pronunciation is very clear and very good.

Google Android App store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.poas.frenchwords

Apple App store:

https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/french-language-learning-app/id1452065314

App # 5 of 10:

Learn French Sentences App

The “Learn French sentences” app is an app with 10,000 sentences in English to translate from English to French by selecting words from a list.

If you click on a word and it is wrong, you could select another word.

You could click on the word and press “Translate” and it will translate the French words.

You could translate the words before doing the exercises.

The French sentences can be read out in the app.

The pronunciation is very clear and very good.

Google Android App:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hcstudios.frenchsentences.

App # 6 of 10:

Duolingo

I would say that Duolingo is not that good as an app.

If you have not studied vocabulary or verbs beforehand, it will not make that much sense.

If you learned vocabulary and studied verbs, though, it is a nice app to revise material.

Google Android App store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.duolingo

Apple App store:

https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/duolingo-language-lessons/id570060128

App # 7 of 10:

Google Translate

You can translate a word, sentence or an entire article from French to English by copying and pasting into Google Translate.

You could hear the pronunciation of words and French sentences in the app as well.

Google Android App store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.translate

Apple App Store:

https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/google-translate/id414706506

App # 8 of 10:

French Verbs App

That is a French verb app, you can not hear the pronunciation of verbs in the app, but all the verb tenses are on one page, which is not the case for most verb apps.

Every verb that is irregular is in an orange line, and every regular verb is in a white line.

Google Android app store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.muth.android.conjugator_demo_fr

App # 9 of 10:

French Verbs Conjugator

That is a good app for French verbs, called Conjugaison in French.

The pronunciation of verbs in the app is clear and good.

The pronunciation of words in most other French verbs apps I saw is wrong.

Google Android app store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.itipton.frenchverbs

Apple app store:

App # 10 of 10:

French Dialogues App.

That is an app with dialogue in French, you can read the French dialogue and translate it.

You can hear the dialogue read out.

There are 20 pages of dialogues.

The app is not available on Apple devices.

Google android app store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=apprendre.francais.android.audio.busu