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Thank you for signing up for my free French Pronunciation Crash Course! As I mentioned, French pronunciation is one of the hardest aspects to learning French. If you’re able to start saying the words correctly from the very beginning you’ll be off to a great start!

To begin, download a PDF file of my free e-book by hovering your mouse over the following image and selecting “Save Link As”.

Here are links to your 12 video lessons. Click on each link to open the page to the lesson.

1. “An” and “On” Sounds

2. French “a” sound

3. French “u” versus “ou”

Speed up your learning with an app

Many of our students have greatly enhanced their learning by using an app. On these pages we've examined the top-30 apps for learning French. On this pages we've written comprehensive reviews for Pimsleur (great for people struggling with pronunciation), Rosetta Stone and FrenchPod101 (both great for visual learners).

4. La Liaison

5. French “ll” sound

6. French “eu” sound

7. French “oi” sound

8. French “in”/”ain” sound

9. French “s” versus ”ss” sound

10. French “qu” sound

11. French “gn” sound

12. French “en” sound

 

If you've found this post useful you might want to considering looking at our post covering the best apps for learning French. We've looked a total 33 apps and have written comprehensive reviews of Rosetta Stone, Pimsleur and FrenchPod101.

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