Introduction: This short eBook was designed to help you learn some new French expressions and to memorise them. Each expression has its English Meaning, along with a literal translation, most French Learners it more engaging and easier to remember the expression this way. How to use this book: The book is structured to help you thoroughly understand each idiom and will look like this: French Expression: Avoir les chevilles qui enflent Meaning: to have one's ankles swell Literal translation: To be very full of oneself Develop a learning habit. Al Quality is not an act, it is a habit. Ar - Aristotle. This eBook contains 365 expressions so you can learn a new one every day. You can devour this eBook in few hours if you like, but if you can develop a learning habit by reviewing one expression per day it may be much more beneficial. This book can be the first step needed to create a lasting learning habit. Reinforce your learning by doing the exercises: To make sure you memorize the expression, at the end of each week you will have a short quiz based on what youave learn Example Explain this French expression Al conduire comme un pied Ar in English. Can you translate Al That's another story Ar in French? You will find the answer in the following page. These kinds of exercises are much more effective than multiple choice tests. Bonus - Practice Your Pronunciation with the free MP3s: You can download the MP3 recordings of the expressions. You will find the link to download the 52 MP3 recordings at the end of this eBook. You can read each sentence out loud to practice and perfect pronunciation.Learn one new French Expression per Day (with MP3 and exercises). Frederic Bibard. Day 101 Avoir le bras long To be well connected, to have a lot of experience To have the long arm Day 102 Un roman An la#39;eau de rose Sentimental story.
|Title||:||365 Days of French Expressions|
|Publisher||:||Frederic Bibard - 2014-11-04|