Perfect Your French Tenses & Become French's Best Friend

Learning french is not easy, so I am here to help make that transition easier.
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Rating: 4.6 out of 5 (87 ratings)
10,289 students
38min of on-demand video

Becoming familiar with the french tenses
Learn about the different verbs that are used in the french language
Learn to conjugate verbs in the present tense
Become adapted to mentioning the past with the passé composé
Talk about future events with "le futur simple"
Master french grammar to use in conversations or written assignments


  • 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)


Student at University of Toronto
Ali Syed
  • 4.6 Instructor Rating
  • 87 Reviews
  • 10,289 Students
  • 1 Course

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.

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