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100 French Short Stories for Beginners - Learn French with Stories Including Audiobook - cover

100 French Short Stories for Beginners - Learn French with Stories Including Audiobook

Christian Stahl

Publisher: Medialuck Publishing

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Brush up your French, grow your vocabulary and ignite your imagination with these 100 entertaining and culturally relevant French short stories!

Learning French without a proper French language learning workbook is no easy task. Probably the best way to learn French is to immerse yourself in it by reading French textbooks for adults. Have you tried reading French fiction for beginners? Reading French stories for beginners can be very entertaining and rewarding, and culturally relevant and humorous stories that are written for language learners are one of the best French language learning tools you can get!

This book contains 100 entertaining and culturally interesting French short stories for beginners and intermediate learning levels.

All French short stories are unique and hopefully entertaining in content, and new vocabulary is gradually added at a manageable pace so you won't get overwhelmed. Towards the end of this French book you find the stories slightly more complex, but still comprehensible for advanced beginners and intermediate level learners. Also, this French language learning book offers you a wide range of cultural Insights you can use when you travel to France or study there, and frankly, this book is not only for French language learners but also for anyone interested in French culture in general. Furthermore, this French conversation set book provides essential words and expressions which will enable you to get along in a French-speaking environment.

Included is a free French audio book in one MP3 file which contains the more extensive stories. (Easy French Step-By-Step)

The most effective way to learn French is reading and listening to entertaining and humorous French stories. Learning French doesn't have to be boring and agonizing and you can have so much fun doing it, so get your copy now!
Available since: 05/15/2020.
Print length: 244 pages.

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