Love Learning Languages presents a listening comprehension exercise to practice the FRENCH PRONOUNS: LE - LA - LES - LUI - LEUR - Y - EN
Greatly improve your listening, speaking and even written skills in French today with Charlotte (10 years old) and Tristan (13). Both children are completely bilingual in French and English and took great pleasure in making this audio drill very professional just for you!
Listen to the sentences which will each be read twice, once by Charlotte and a second time by Tristan. Some sentences contain words that can be replaced by one pronoun while others can use two. The number of pronouns to be used will be indicated before each sentence is read (UN PRONOM ou DEUX PRONOMS). You will be given a few moments to restate each sentence or question using a pronoun or pronouns before the correct response is read. Just put the recording on pause if you need some extra time!
Learning French pronouns on paper is one thing, but being able to listen to sentences and hear the words that can be replaced is quite another. Doing so will help your listening comprehension, and this drill of 50 sentences will help you do that! Once you've understood the words that can be replaced and by which pronoun(s) is yet another skill that will be of great help in improving your oral production on the spot. Want to practice your written French? You can do that, too! A response sheet with the questions written on it is included.
Here's what you get in this mini-course:
23 minute audio drill of 50 sentences
Response sheet with written questions
Bonus written exercise & answer key: Double object pronouns
Document: Understanding the different kinds of French pronouns and when to use them
Document: Top 10 Q & A about French pronouns
Questions about this mini-course? Just send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bonjour! I'm Jennifer, and I’m an American French teacher living in the South of France. My native language is English, and I speak French fluently. I love to travel, and have led guided tours in 15 countries in Western Europe with my former students from the United States. I completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and French, then taught French for a year and moved to France for a year before pursuing and earning a Master of Arts degree in French. I taught French at Saint Louis University High School, a Jesuit college preparatory school for young men, for 14 years. In the summer of 2013 I relocated to France with my family, and spent the summer working as Dean of l’Académie de France in Montpellier, a French immersion program for teenagers from around the world. A while before relocating to France, I began teaching French online via Skype. I am now teaching French online full time and I also give immersion classes and guided city visits in both languages in Béziers, France.
It’s my job to guide you and help you along on your journey to learn French. Learning should be fun, and I will make sure that enjoy yourself as you improve your listening, writing, reading, and most importantly your speaking skills. Over the years I have developed many creative strategies to guarantee your progress. All students have different learning styles, different strengths and weaknesses, and different levels. One of my first jobs as your teacher is to provide you with an approach that will suit your learning style so that you will get the most out of your classes as possible.