Perfect Your French Tenses & Become French's Best Friend
- A computer and internet connection are what you need.
- A notebook may be found useful to take notes if that helps.
- As this course is presented in 100% french, you will need to be validated for A1 level french (check the DELF website to find out more or you can simply check one of my preview videos)
- Remember, practice is key!
I am here with this course spoken in 100% French to help make you French's Best Friend. I find that when it comes to french, many find the grammar the most difficult and the way you conjugate verbs and use tenses play a big factor on your overall French level. This could be even more important if you are trying to obtain a certificate like DELF.
No need to worry. I am here to share my knowledge about the french language, specifically teaching you the various French tenses that are very important in both a written context and oral one. We will be learning about tenses like: le présent, le passé composé, l'imparfait, le plus-que-parfait, le futur simple, et le conditionnel. I want to help you master these skills so that you can write in french with ease, and have conversations without having to worry about whether you are conjugating incorrectly.
Now, I know that not everyone has a lot of time and that is why I made these videos concise yet thorough to maximize your learning. I want to make sure you can get the most in a minimum time.
Become French's Best Friend:
100% spoken french
For students who want to clarify their understanding of the French tenses
Concise explanations by an experienced French speaker
Little tips and tricks to help with french tenses
I hope to see you around and feel free to ask me any questions :)
Who this course is for:
- A1 French Speakers (can use everyday language like greetings and introducing yourself)
Hello there! My name is Ali Syed and I am actually going to a university student at the University of Toronto. I am currently doing an undergraduate program in Computer Science, but my interests lie far more than that.
I am quite interested in French as it is something I have been involved in ever since I was 5 years old. I have being doing really well in french class as I have a clear understanding of the language and would like to share it with others. I have participated in extracurriculars like French debate and French public speaking to enhance my French ability even more. I even went out to take the DELF B2 exam which I was successfully able to obtain.
For computer science, I love tackling problems and doing my own projects. Currently, I have been doing a lot of Python and Java and have made games, and played around with artificial intelligence. I want to continue pursuing computer science and work on even more projects and expand my skill set even further.