French4me.net is a comprehensive online French language learning platform that offers a Full Curriculum XXL to help learners master the French language. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced learner, French4me.net has everything you need to achieve your language learning goals. With its comprehensive curriculum, easy-to-use platform, and engaging content, French4me.net is the perfect way to learn French online.
The Full Curriculum XXL of French4me.net is divided into 16 units, each focusing on a different aspect of the French language. Each unit is designed to help learners progress from one level of fluency to the next, with a focus on building vocabulary, improving grammar, and mastering the subtleties of the French language:
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Welcome to the Unit 1 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. This unit is designed to provide you with a solid foundation in French grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation before moving on to more advanced topics.
The lessons in this unit are carefully crafted to help you build your understanding of French from the ground up. The first lesson, “Before we start”, will give you a general overview of what you can expect in this unit and familiarize you with the structure and style of the lessons.
In the second lesson, “The structure of the sentence”, you will learn about the basic structure of a French sentence and how to construct simple sentences. The third lesson, “How to construct simple sentences”, will dive deeper into this topic and provide you with hands-on practice in sentence construction.
Other lessons in this unit cover topics such as the subject, the subject and the verb in a sentence, the letters, the moods and tenses, the diacritical signs, the tied letters, the masculine and feminine, yes and no, punctuation, writing in French, and the mute E.
The total time for the lessons in this unit is approximately 69 minutes. So, buckle up and get ready to start your journey to French fluency!
Welcome to Unit 2 of the main curriculum of French4me.net, where you will embark on a journey to learn the intricacies of the French language. This unit is designed to provide a solid foundation for your French language learning experience. With its comprehensive and engaging lessons, you will be able to master the basics of French pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary.
In this unit, you will find a total of 33 lessons, covering a wide range of topics that are crucial to your understanding of the French language. The lessons are designed to be interactive and engaging, making your learning experience enjoyable and fun. You will be able to learn at your own pace and can revisit the lessons as many times as you like.
The first lesson, “The vowels”, is a brief preview of what you can expect in the unit. The remaining lessons cover topics such as the consonants, accents, special characters, verbs, articles, exclamatory structures, prepositions, conjugations, and much more. You will also learn how to present yourself and make basic conversation in French.
With lessons ranging from 2:00 to 12:49 minutes in length, the total time for all the lessons in this unit is approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes. Whether you are a beginner or have some prior knowledge of French, this unit is guaranteed to help you take your French language skills to the next level.
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Welcome to Unit 3 of the main curriculum of French4me.net, where you will continue your journey in learning the French language. With a total of 2 hours and 44 minutes of lessons in this unit, they will take you from the basics of numbers and possessive adjectives to more complex topics such as verb conjugations, negative forms, and interjections.
Each lesson is designed to be interactive, engaging, and informative, helping you build your understanding of French step-by-step. The lessons are divided into short, manageable segments so that you can focus on one concept at a time, making the process of learning easier and more enjoyable.
You will start with learning numbers from 0 to 9, and then move on to the numbers from 10 to 20. The possessive adjectives and tonic pronouns are introduced next, along with questions and the verb “faire”. The negative form and demonstrative adjectives follow, and then you’ll learn numbers from 20 to 50, and from 50 to 100.
In addition to numbers, you’ll learn several important verbs, including “venir”, “pouvoir”, “devoir”, “attendre”, and “répondre”. You’ll also learn about the use of “parce que” and the negative form with “ne… ni… ni…”, as well as with reflexive verbs. The lessons on articles and prepositions, interjections and short phrases, and expressions of quantity with “de” and “d'” round out this comprehensive unit.
So, join us on this exciting journey of learning French, and take your skills to the next level.
We’re confident that by the end of this unit, you will have a solid foundation in French grammar, vocabulary, and conversation.
Welcome to Unit 4 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. In this unit, we will be focusing on the present tense in French and all its intricacies. This unit is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the present tense, including the conjugation of verbs in different forms, the use of common expressions, and how to express likes and dislikes, among other things.
Over the course of 30 lessons, you will learn how to conjugate verbs in the present tense, including verbs in “ER,” “IR,” “DRE,” “INDRE,” “TRE,” “UIRE,” “URE,” and “VRE” forms, as well as irregular IR verbs. You will also learn about the continuous present and common expressions used in the present tense, and will be able to describe food using basic adjectives.
In addition, you will learn about negation in French, including alternatives to “NE…PAS,” and will be introduced to the adverb “aussi” combined with stressed pronouns. You will also learn about “TOUT” as a quantifier and pronoun, and will explore variations of quantity.
We will also cover topics such as expressing possession with “À,” “SI” and “SINON,” and the different types of verbs. You will learn about the different articles, including the partitive articles and the verb “faire,” and will explore the different forms of “À,” “DE,” “DU,” and “DES.”
This unit will take approximately 4 hours and 44 minutes to complete, and each lesson is designed to be engaging and informative.
So, sit back, relax, and let’s start conjugating verbs in the present tense!
Welcome to Unit 5 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. In this unit, students will delve deeper into the intricacies of the French language and explore a wide range of topics. With 30 lessons, this unit is designed to help students gain a comprehensive understanding of the French language, from interjections to prepositions and everything in between.
In this unit, students will begin by learning about interjections, an essential part of French speech. They will then move on to pronominal or reflexive verbs, near future, and gender of words. The partitive article and how to express obligation are also covered in this unit. Students will also learn about ordinal adjectives, verbs such as “partir” and “venir,” and the imperative form.
In addition, this unit features lessons on various prepositions, including “chez,” and how to transform articles such as “à” into “au” or “aux.” With lessons on verb conjugation, pronunciation, and grammar, this unit is the perfect way for students to further develop their French language skills.
The total time for this unit is approximately 2 hours and 42 minutes, and students can start their learning journey by accessing the lessons anytime, anywhere. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced learner, this unit is designed to cater to your needs and help you achieve your goals in learning French.
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Welcome to Unit 6 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. The fifth unit of French4me.net’s main curriculum is a comprehensive study of the French verb tenses. This unit is designed to help students build a solid foundation in French grammar, specifically in the area of compound tenses and the use of past participles. The unit will cover the passé composé tense, the past participle, and the conjugation of various verbs in the compound tenses.
In total, the lessons in this unit will take approximately 170 minutes to complete. The lessons are well-structured, engaging, and interactive, making the learning process both fun and effective. The lessons will start with an overview of the passé composé tense, followed by the past participle, and the verbs conjugated with être in the compound tenses.
In addition to these core lessons, the unit will also cover the negative form with compound tenses, irregular past participles, the passé composé form of various verbs, the impersonal verbs, and the negative form of pronominal or reflexive verbs. The unit will also explore the use of time in French, including time markers and the recent past, as well as the near future.
The unit will also touch upon various aspects of French grammar, including adverbial clauses, coordinating conjunctions, adverbial conjunctions, and the nuances with subject pronouns. Additionally, students will learn about verbs followed by the infinitive, prepositions with “quoi” in questions, and the repetition of the subject in questions.
Overall, the fifth unit of French4me.net’s main curriculum will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the French verb tenses and their usage in different contexts.
The lessons are designed to be both informative and entertaining, and students will come away from the unit with a deeper understanding of French grammar and a greater confidence in speaking and writing in French.
Welcome to Unit 7 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. This unit is focused on advanced grammar concepts, starting with the Simple Future tense, which allows you to express future events or actions. Then, we will move on to the usage of “C’est” to describe things.
In the following lessons, you will learn how to compare things and how to use the Passé Composé form of various verbs like “Faire,” “Venir,” “Pouvoir,” “Attendre,” and “Répondre.” These lessons will also cover various topics such as the usage of demonstratives, pronouns like “Y” and “EN,” and different forms of adjectives.
By the end of this unit, you will be able to compare things using different expressions like “Comme,” “De plus que,” “De moins que,” “Bien,” “Mieux,” “Le mieux,” “Bon,” “Meilleur,” “Le meilleur,” and many more. You will also learn how to describe a person using adjectives and how to use the comparison in the past tense.
This unit has a total of 33 lessons, and the estimated time to complete all lessons is 5 hours and 43 minutes.
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Welcome to Unit 8 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. This unit is dedicated to advancing your understanding of French grammar and vocabulary. You will have the opportunity to learn about the adverbs, conditional present tense, questions with “QUI” and “QUE”, ordinal numbers, verbs, and more.
In total, this unit consists of 31 lessons with a total duration of 126:08. These lessons cover a range of topics from the adverbs of manner to the conditional present of “ÊTRE”, “AVOIR”, and “ALLER”. You will also learn about “lequel” and “laquelle”, the conditional present tense, and how to express intensity.
Additionally, you will be introduced to a variety of grammar topics such as linking sentences, coordinating conjunctions, possessive pronouns, “PAS DU TOUT”, “A CAUSE DE”, and “les propositions subordonnées avec SI”. You will also learn about “PUISQUE” and “COMME” as well as transforming “SEULEMENT” into “NE QUE”.
With this unit, you will deepen your understanding of French grammar and vocabulary, and become more confident in speaking and writing the language.
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Welcome to Unit 9 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. In this unit, you will continue your French language journey with lessons covering various grammatical structures and expressions. The unit contains 30 lessons in total, which will take approximately 3 hours and 58 minutes to complete.
In this unit, you will start with lessons on the imparfait tense, including common expressions often used with the imparfait and when to use passé composé and imparfait. You will also learn about the relatives pronouns, structures with two pronouns, and the negative interrogation.
Next, you will move on to lessons on the passive form and adverbs, as well as various structures such as se faire + infinitive verb, se laisser + infinitive verb, se voir + infinitive verb, and s’entendre + infinitive verb.
Additionally, you will learn about the forms qu’est-ce qui, qu’est-ce que, prepositions, and qui est-ce qui and qui est-ce que.
Finally, you will learn about various expressions and structures such as adjectives with the preposition À and DE, the passive form in the passé proche and futur proche, the use of various pronouns with the verbs TENIR À, S’INTÉRESSER À, and PENSER À, and the use of the pronoun EN. You will also learn about using PARCE QUE with multiple propositions and the use of ON in French.
With these lessons, you will have the opportunity to further your understanding of the French language and expand your linguistic skills.
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Welcome to Unit 10 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. In this unit, you will delve deeper into the intricacies of the French language and develop a better understanding of its grammar and vocabulary. This unit covers a wide range of topics, including tenses, articles, prepositions, liaisons, comparisons, and more.
With 26 lessons totaling 129 minutes, this unit is designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of the French language. You’ll start with the plus-que-parfait tense and then move on to learn about the articles in negative form. From there, you’ll cover the different prepositions and their usage with articles, as well as some important verbs that are used with prepositions.
You’ll also learn about the different types of liaisons, including compulsory, forbidden, and optional liaisons, and how to use them in conversation. Additionally, you’ll explore the concepts of parallel and progressive comparison, extractions with relative pronouns and c’est, and how to give directions and end an email or message.
In the latter part of the unit, you’ll study the pronominal form of some verbs, as well as expressions with EN, and the use of dès que, aussitôt que, quand, and lorsque in conjunction with subordinate propositions. With its comprehensive coverage of these topics, this unit will help you take your French skills to the next level.
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Welcome to Unit 11 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. In this unit, you will delve into the intricacies of French grammar and vocabulary, learning about various tenses, forms, and expressions. You will have the opportunity to strengthen your skills in using the language and become more confident in your ability to communicate in French.
This unit will cover a wide range of topics, including the conditionnel passé tense, the present participle, the gerund form, and the superlative. You will also learn about the structures with IF, indirect speech, and how to emphasize with tonic and personal pronouns. Additionally, you will be introduced to the compound relatives pronouns, reflexive verbs, and the homographs and homophones.
The lessons in this unit will be taught through a combination of videos. The total time for all the lessons in this unit is approximately 3 hours and 38 minutes.
Whether you are a beginner or an intermediate learner, Unit 10 of French4me.net’s main curriculum is designed to help you reach your full potential in speaking and understanding French.
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Welcome to the Unit 12 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. In this unit, students will explore the advanced features of the French language, including tense, prefixes, suffixes, verbs, and sentence structures. The unit is designed to help students deepen their understanding of the French language and improve their speaking and writing skills.
The unit consists of 35 lessons, with a total of 2 hours and 32 minutes of lessons. The lessons are organized into several categories, including the futur antérieur tense, prefixes, suffixes, verbs, and sentence structures. The lessons are designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the topics and allow them to apply their knowledge in real-life situations.
In the first lesson, students will learn about the futur antérieur tense, which is used to describe a future event that will have been completed at a certain point in time. The next several lessons focus on the prefixes IL, IM, IN, IR, which are used to modify the meaning of words in French.
Students will then learn about the suffixes ISER, EMENT, ISSEMENT, which are used to create adjectives and verbs from nouns. The following lessons will cover the prefixes and verbs DÉ, DÉS, DIRE, MENER, LEVER, METTRE, PARAÎTRE, PASSER, PORTER, POSER, PRENDRE, and TENIR. In these lessons, students will learn about the different meanings of these verbs and how to use them in sentences.
In addition to verbs, students will also learn about transitive verbs and the different objects they can be constructed with, as well as the use of two pronouns in affirmative imperative sentences. The unit will also cover the use of ce qui, ce que, and subordinate conjunctions that introduce the subjunctive.
The lessons will also cover the use of reflexive verbs to express position, the use of rendez-vous, the adjective autre, and the use of le style indirect with DEMANDER and various conjunctions and imperative sentences.
By the end of the unit, students will have a comprehensive understanding of advanced features of the French language and be able to use their knowledge in real-life situations.
Welcome to Unit 13 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. This unit is focused on the subjunctive mood in French, one of the most complex and challenging aspects of the language. The subjunctive mood is used to express doubt, uncertainty, emotions, opinions, desires, and many other grammatical concepts in French. In this unit, students will learn to use the subjunctive present tense and how to use it in combination with various conjunctions, verbs, and expressions.
This unit consists of a total of 30 lessons, covering a wide range of topics related to the subjunctive mood. The lessons range in length from 1:18 to 22:28, providing students with ample time to learn and practice each new concept. Some of the lessons in this unit include: “The subjunctive present tense,” “The subjunctive to express feelings and emotions,” “The subjunctive with negative structures,” and “Common verbs followed by the subjunctive.”
In addition to the lessons on the subjunctive mood, this unit also includes lessons on grammatical concepts such as questions and relative pronouns, as well as lessons on the past infinitive used with “après.” By the end of this unit, students will have a comprehensive understanding of the subjunctive mood and be able to use it with confidence in their French conversations.
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Welcome to unit 14 of the main curriculum of French4me.net, where you will delve into the intricacies of the French language and expand your knowledge of grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. This unit is dedicated to the past of the subjunctive, adverbial phrases, antonyms, plural forms of compound words, gerunds, past participles, and much more.
You will start with the lesson “The past of the Subjunctive”, which will introduce you to the concept of the subjunctive and its use in the past tense. This lesson will cover 18 minutes of your learning time.
Throughout this unit, you will explore various adverbial phrases and their use in French, including those associated with adverbs ending in “MENT”, those that express time, speed, and location, and adverbial phrases that serve as modifiers of adjectives and adverbs. These lessons will take a total of 29 minutes and 54 seconds to complete.
In addition to adverbial phrases, you will also learn about antonyms formed with the prefixes “DÉ, DÉS” and “MAL, MÉ”. These lessons will take a total of 9 minutes and 12 seconds to complete.
In the lesson “The plural form of compound words”, you will learn about the different forms of plural compound words and how to form them correctly. This lesson will take a total of 16 minutes and 56 seconds to complete.
You will also study the use of reflexive forms, gerunds, past gerunds, negative past gerunds, and past participles. These lessons will take a total of 20 minutes and 45 seconds to complete.
In the lesson “Lequel” and “Laquelle”, you will learn about the use of these French words and how to incorporate them into your speaking and writing. This lesson will take a total of 5 minutes to complete.
Lastly, you will study various aspects of the French language, including polite requests, the use of verbs with the preposition “À” followed by a noun, the futur antérieur dans la proposition subordonnée, and the conditionnel passé et futur antérieur du passé. These lessons will take a total of 33 minutes and 46 seconds to complete.
This unit offers a comprehensive study of various aspects of the French language and is an excellent opportunity for students to improve their language skills. So, sit back, relax, and get ready to learn!
Welcome to Unit 15 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. This unit is designed to help students strengthen their understanding of various aspects of the French language.
The first lesson focuses on the passé surcomposé tense, a complex aspect of French grammar that requires a good understanding of tenses and their uses. Students will learn how to use this tense correctly and how to identify it in context.
In the following lessons, students will explore the imparfait du subjonctif tense, which is used to express doubt, wishes, and other subjunctive moods in French. The lessons on verbs and prepositions will help students understand how verbs and prepositions interact in French, including their meanings and uses in context.
In addition, students will learn about the present participle and verbal adjective, which are forms of verbs used to describe actions and states of being. They will also explore the various forms of the past participle and their uses in compound tenses.
The lessons on exclamatory adjectives and interjections will help students understand how to express emotions and feelings in French. The lessons on verbs with ÊTRE in the compound tenses, verbs followed by other verbal forms, and verbs that express repetition will provide students with a deeper understanding of verb conjugation and usage.
Finally, students will learn about subordinating conjunctions, which are used to connect clauses and sentences in French, as well as various phrases and expressions such as “dans combien de temps”, “par où”, “pour qui”, and more. The lessons on the past infinitive, pronoun use in affirmative and negative imperative sentences, and the use of the pronouns “le” and “les” will round out the unit, providing students with a comprehensive overview of these key aspects of the French language.
In total, this unit features 28 lessons that provide a comprehensive overview of various aspects of the French language, from complex grammar rules to vocabulary and expressions. The lessons have a total time of around 115 minutes, providing students with plenty of opportunities to practice and solidify their knowledge.
Welcome to Unit 16 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. This unit focuses on the passé simple tense, irregular verb conjugation, and expressions with “EN.”
The passé simple tense is a complex and important aspect of the French language. This unit will cover the basics of the passé simple, including its form for the verbs ÊTRE, AVOIR, FAIRE, ALLER, and VIVRE. Additionally, students will learn about the passé antérieur tense, which is used to describe past events in a more formal context.
To further enhance their understanding of the passé simple tense, students will delve into the topic of irregular verb conjugation. The lessons in this unit will cover various types of irregular verbs, including those ending with -cer, -ger, -oyer, -ayer, -eler, and more.
Finally, students will learn about various expressions with “EN” that are commonly used in French conversation. From “EN REVENIR” to “EN AVOIR MARRE,” these expressions will give students the tools they need to express themselves in a variety of situations.
In total, this unit contains 31 lessons, with a total time of approximately 95 minutes.
Each lesson is designed to be short and focused, allowing students to easily integrate the material into their existing knowledge of the French language.