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The objective of this course is to gradually enable a beginner of a foreign language to attain an exceptional expertise in the language where he will be able to express all his thoughts, needs and ideas, technical or non-technical, formal or informal, professional or casual. Having taken this course with utmost sincerity he will be able to express a wide variety of linguistic requirements. This definitely requires a lot of patience coupled with extreme perseverance to imbibe all that this course offers. Welcome brave hearts! Own the language, not just learn it. Make it your second soul.

Course Curriculum

Pronunciation
Pronunciation-1A Consonants 00:00:00
Pronunciation – 1B Consonants 00:00:00
Pronunciation – 2 (Vowels) 00:00:00
Pronunciation-3 [Nasal sounds] 00:00:00
Pronunciation-3 [Accents and other rules] 00:00:00
Greetings
Greetings and Salutations 00:00:00
Articles
Definite Articles (Le/La/Les/L’) 00:00:00
Indefinite Articles (Un /Une / Des) 00:00:00
Vocabulary
French Vocabulary 00:00:00
Vocabulary (Body Parts-1) 00:00:00
Vocabulary (Body Parts-2) 00:00:00
Vocabulary (Body Parts-3) 00:00:00
Vocabulary (Body Parts-4) 00:00:00
Vocabulary (Profession-1) 00:00:00
Vocabulary (Profession-2) 00:00:00
Vocabulary (Profession-3) 00:00:00
Personal Pronouns- I/me/my/mine/myself 00:00:00
Être- “to be” verb 00:00:00
Names of Countries/nationalities/ professions 00:00:00
Demonstrative Articles- This/That/These/Those 00:00:00
Cardinal numbers- One/ two/ three 00:00:00
Ordinal numbers- first / second/ third 00:00:00
Fractions / phone numbers maths / Date / Year 00:00:00
Telling the time 00:00:00
Weekdays and months 00:00:00
Usage of “in” with the names of the countries, cities and seasons. 00:00:00
Adjectives + exceptions + The comparative degree and the superlative degree 00:00:00
Placement of the adjectives, adverbs and exceptions 00:00:00
Prepositions “de” and “à” 00:00:00
Telling Location / Situation / Position + voici + voilà / Prepositions 00:00:00
Expressions with the verb “avoir” 00:00:00
Colours 00:00:00
Introduction- Verbs and their types (1st /2nd/3rd type verbs) 00:00:00
1st type verbs + Exceptions (with audio) 00:00:00
2nd type verbs (with audio) 00:00:00
3rd type verbs with their conjugation and pronunciation. 00:00:00
Object pronouns: Direct / Indirect object / Intro to Disjunctive pronouns 00:00:00
Transitive and intransitive verbs + Q / A + tous / beaucoup de 00:00:00
Reflexive verbs 00:00:00
Disjunctive pronouns or the stressed pronouns or la tonique – moi/toi/soi/lui/elle/nous/vous/eux/elles 00:00:00
Helping verbs – devoir,pouvoir,vouloir,falloir 00:00:00
the near future tense -Le futur proche -going to and recent past -le passé récent -have just done 00:00:00
Use of object pronouns ( le / lui etc. ) with futur proche and passé récent 00:00:00
A comprehensive list of past participles and future stem of irregular verbs 00:00:00
Types of tenses- Nuclear and Compound 00:00:00
Passé composé tense + placement of object pronouns (le, lui..) with various compound tenses 00:00:00
Simple future tense – Formation+ placement of object pronouns (le, lui..) with it 00:00:00
Futur antérieur tense + Formation+ placement of object pronouns (le, lui..) with it 00:00:00
Imparfait tense- Formation+ placement of object pronouns (le, lui..) with it 00:00:00
Plus-que-parfait tense- Formation+ placement of object pronouns (le, lui..) with it 00:00:00
Verbs- “to sit and to stand” -s’asseoir /être assis / se lever / être debout 00:00:00
The French Pronouns ‘Y” and “En” usage 00:00:00
The placement of The French Pronouns ‘Y” and “En” with other object pronouns 00:00:00
Present du condtional tense- Formation+ placement of object pronouns (le, lui..) with it 00:00:00
Passé du condtional + Formation+ placement of object pronouns (le, lui..) with it 00:00:00
Concept of ”Être en train de”- Formation+ placement of object pronouns (le, lui..) with it 00:00:00
Past mood of futur proche (was about to)- Formation+ placement of object pronouns (le, lui..) with it 00:00:00
Expressing compulsion with “il+object pronoun faut” and placement of le lui 00:00:00
Expressing suggestion- Should with placement of object pronouns 00:00:00
Present participle form- Formation and uses 00:00:00
Intro to SUBJUNCTIVE- Present du subjonctif and uses 00:00:00
Passé du subjonctif- Formation and uses 00:00:00
Passé simple tense- Formation and uses 00:00:00
Passé antérieur- Formation and uses 00:00:00
imparfait du subjonctif + Plus-que-parfait du subjonctif- Formation and uses 00:00:00
Participe composé- combination of present participle and past participle 00:00:00
Imperative form 00:00:00
Causative form of verbs- to make s.o do- Formation and uses 00:00:00
Causative with “get” 00:00:00
Permissive form of the verbs-to let s.o do- Formation and uses 00:00:00
Negation- ne..rien / ne..personne / ne..jamais / ne..nullepart / ne..que / ne..plus / ni..ni etc. 00:00:00
Interrogative pronouns and formation of question 00:00:00
Whatever / whichever / whenever / however etc. 00:00:00
neither..nor / either..or / one of.. Etc 00:00:00
Active voice / passive voice- Formation and uses 00:00:00
Express of continuity- to keep on / to go on 00:00:00
To be used to verb+ing 00:00:00
Difference between Passe compose and Plus-que-parfait 00:00:00
Difference between Imparfait and Plus-que-parfait 00:00:00
Difference between Passe compose and Plus-que-parfait 00:00:00
Detailed discussion of recognising the tenses in Hindi and English and corelating them in French 00:00:00
Comprehensive list of uses of “to have” in English and its corelation in French 00:00:00
Comprehensive list of uses of “to be” in English and its corelation in French 00:00:00
Tips on learning a foreign language 00:00:00

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