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What To Expect?

Hello! You are taking your first steps in French and I am delighted to accompany you on this journey. Here are some suggestions for organizing your personal work.

In this page, you will find “ready-to-speak” content – content to use right away. The elements are written and offered orally. As you may know, it can sometimes be difficult to connect the spelling of words and their pronunciation – it’s part of the joys of learning French! 😱

That’s why I recommend that you pay close attention to the audio elements and rely mainly on your ear.

  • Step 1 – Greet

Discover and practice:

Test yourself by checking “Listening Quiz” on the same page (see top right of the screen).

Practice by following the French custom of greeting in small shops – a good workout! Target the small shops in the city center of Montpellier, for example those on rue de l’Argenterie:

  • When entering: “Bonjour” or “Bonsoir” (when it is dark → night)
  • When leaving: “Au revoir” then “Bonne journée / bonne soirée” (when it is dark → night)

  • Step 2 – Buy bread

Select and learn the vocabulary that matches your tastes:


The best part: practice in cafes, bars


Feel free to contact us to discuss your project. 

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