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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Audio CD Verified download. I found this way of using Assimil on some random language learning method website or whatever but here it is: This is easily one of the best books I have ever read. Not based on story or plot but of what you will learn, just listening, reading and writing sentences. I was doubtful with my download at first; having studied Spanish for academic requirements and having bad learning experiences Didn't learn the language, just wanted to pass the tests.
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I prefer a workbook, because I need to write things out to remember them. For the fill-in-the-blank exercises, I also just go ahead and translate the whole sentence in the margin, and have learned lots of new vocabulary that way, in context. Vowel sounds in French are constant except in regional accents and are half-way between a short vowel and a long vowel in English. For example [i] is French is neither the [i] of ship nor the long [i:] of sheep but somewhere in between. Nasal vowels -en -in -on and -un occur at the end of a syllable.
They do not exist in standard English Americans and Liverpudlians often produce them naturally - or you can always hold your nose!
We have reproduced them by placing an 'h' before the consonant to soften it, but this is not the authentic pronunciation. Let your breath out through your nose rather than through your lips, and you'll find that, in fact, the consonant is not pronounced. Word endings. Many grammatical nuances in French are discernible only in print, not in the spoken language. Don't worry. These details will seem less ominous after two weeks' practice.
Possibly the biggest problem for an English- speaking learner. We tend to stress one syllable of a word much more strongly than the rest e.
In French, syllables are pronounced fully and in an even tone but pay special attention to verb endings. If there is a tendency to stress, it is less marked than English; the emphasis falls regularly on the last syllable of a word. Enough for now. Remember that no one speaks a language without making mistakes, especially a beginner. Let's go! So, for example, we pronounce nous allons as "noozallon". Attendez une minute Oo ay le metro sah mecshel? May oo ay le metro seel voo play?
Vwala la senn ay vwassi le pohn 6 Say zholi NOTES 1 French is quite a formal language in many ways, and the use of monsieur and madame when addressing strangers of almost any age is the general rule. Where is the metro [station] St. Wait a minute The fountain is over there. But where is the metro [station] please? There [is] the Seine and here [is] the bridge. Pay close attention to their pronunciation!
Don't ask why, just memorise it!