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aprenda francês drapeau d'Allemagne
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Französisch lernen drapeau d'Allemagne
LaFrance,
le berceau du francais
Mon pays ce n'est pas un pays, c'est l'hiver
Mon jardin ce n'est pas un jardin, c'est la plaine
Mon chemin ce n'est pas un chemin, c'est la neige
Mon pays ce n'est pas un pays, c'est l'hiver
Gilles Vigneault, world-renowned Québecois poet
Parle-moi d'amour coeur
The most famous French line:
voulez-vous coucher avec moi ?

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Who was Charlemagne?




The Importance of French

French throughout the ages has influenced many
languages like Vietnamese, Romanian, Turkish,
Farsi, Arabic, German, Russian (Incidentally, the
Russian royal family would spend their summer
in the south of France "annually".), and English
in particular after the Norman (French) conquest
of England with the battle of Hastings in 1066.
(This later led to the invasion of France by the
English and St. Joan of Arc's (Sainte Jeanne
d'Arc) valiant attempt to fend off the English
off in the Hundred Years' War - circa 1430.
britannica.com/event/Battle-of-Hastings
See:
British History

French was the mother tongue of every English king
from William the Conqueror (1066–1087) until Henry
IV (1399–1413).

"Anglo-Norman/English nobles continued to speak
French as their first language until the 17th Century.
To this day, the Queen opens Parliament in Norman."

"... (King) Henry IV (1367 - 1413) was (probably) the
first to speak English as his first language ..."
Source: quora.com/first-English-speaking-king

"Some accounts indicate that French continued to
be the main lingua franca of English nobility until
well into the 17th Century and is still a required
language of future monarchs, at least in written
form."
Source: quora.com/French-cease-to-be

"French was the official language of England ...
for about 600 years ..., simply because the rulers
of the country spoke it."
Source: google.com


"Modern English vocabulary is about 40%+ Nor-
man/Latin in origin, and the grammar and syntax
of Modern English and Modern French both also
descend from Norman/Old French."
Source: quora.com/English-aristocracy-ceased

Still, today, French is considered "the" language
of diplomacy.
Source: legallanguage.com/language-of-diplomacy

Treaties were written in French.

French, today, is one of the prominent languages
of the United Nations and is still learned by the
intelligencia around the world.

La Francophonie [L'Organisation internatio-
nale de la Francophonie (OIF)] brings together
about 20 nations and 10 regions where French
is spoken.



L'ensemble des pays où l'on
parle le français
s'appelle la francophonie.


THE QUEEN SPEAKS FRENCH - as well as the
Japanese emperors for some time.

Interestingly, well-known Asian communist lea-
ders spent several years in France like Zhou
Enlai
from China, a key member of the Chinese
Communist Party, who was in Paris from 1921
till 1924, as well as Deng Xioaping who worked
and studied in France in the 1920s arriving there
as a teenager. He later became China's leader
after the death of Mao Zedong from 1977 till 1989
intoducing the four (4) modernizations: economy,
agriculture, science, and defence.





Today, France remains the world's *TOP* TOURIST DESTINATION.

All these things contibute to French being A HIGH
STATUS LANGUAGE
well worth learning.

The É(eh)PC is committed to promoting French in
Canada and throughout la Francophonie.

"Il fait bon vivre en français." (It feels good to live
in French.) [É(eh)PC President/Party Leader]

BONNES ÉTUDES !

lâche pas !



French Alt-Codes

1. hold down the Alt key

2. type the 4-digit number


à = Alt+0224       À = Alt+0192

.

â = Alt+0226       Â = Alt+0194

.

ä = Alt+0228       Ä = Alt+0196

.

è = Alt+0232       È = Alt+0200

.

é = Alt+0233       É = Alt+0201

.

ê = Alt+0234       Ê = Alt+0202

.

ë = Alt+0235       Ë = Alt+0203

.

 î = Alt+0238        Î = Alt+0206

.

 ï = Alt+0239        Ï = Alt+0207

.

ô = Alt+0244      Ô = Alt+0212

.

œ = Alt+0156    Œ = Alt+0140

.

ù = Alt+0249      Ù = Alt+0217

.

û = Alt+0251      Û = Alt+0219

.

..

ü = Alt+0252      Ü = Alt+0220

.

ÿ = Alt+0255      Ÿ = Alt+0159

.

ç = Alt+0231      Ÿ = Alt+0199

























French pronunciation 1, 2

travel phrases
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French language video course

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la Civilisation française :
 
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.
Aprendre le français
1, 2, 345, 6

phrases
1
, 2, 34

vocabulaire
1, 2, 3, 4
5

20 erreurs courantes en français
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Frenchtutorials

French lessons
1, 2, 345, 6, 7

French language resources
1, 2, 3

French competency test

conversation
1, 2, 3, 4, 56, 7, 89, 10, 11

les synonymes
1, 2

French verbconjugators
1, 2

le subjonctif

correcturd'orthographe+de grammaire
1, 2, 3, 4

grammaireinteractive
1, 2

interrogative pronouns

1

avoir+être+faire+aller

1

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la grammaire
1, 2
.
le passé composé
1

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11, 12, 13, 14, 1516, 17, 1819, 20,
21, 22, 23, 24, 2526, 27, 2829, 30,
31, 32, 33
traducteur (translator)
1, 2

English - French translation games, 
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https://www.syvum.com

Exercices vocabulaires 
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http://www.vokabel.com

700+ games+activities
http://www.hello-world.com

English-French Picture Dictionary
http://www.enchantedlearning.com

French-English Picture Dictionary
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Paris(images+chansons)
1, 2, 3
The #1 tourist destination

aboutFrench

aboutFrance+the French

mapof France

regionsof France

exploringFrench

l'encyclopédieLAROUSSE

la Marseillaise drapeau de la France

la météo (the weather)en France

l'amour

la Tour Eiffel

le musée du Louvre


Place de la Concorde

le Festival de Cannes

le Château de Versailles

la météoau Canada

Montréal
1
2

la Ville du Québec

Parodie Dégénération
1, 2, 3,
4
.
Les Actualités francophones

La Notation rapide
Québec Pop ♪♪♪♪arrow

La Chanson francophone ♪♪♪♪
.

chansons à répondre ♪♪♪♪
+danses folkloriques
1, 2

Un canadienerrand ♪♪♪♪

ELLE

Tintin

Astérix

Le Monde

au feminin

La France à travers les âges
La Notation rapide
































French Newspapers Online

downloadable French books

Frenchlinks

EncyclopédieWikipédia

Atlas semantique

Dictionnaires français 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

dictionnaires bilingues
1, 2

le dictionnaire multifonctions

dictionnaire français multilingue

la langue française - TF5MONDE
le GRAND dictionnairedu Quebecarrow

La Notation rapide
alt.french + alt.francealt.languages.french










































La sainte Bible
https://www.aelf.org
L'École biblique de Jérusalem
http://www.ebaf.edu
¡Todo el mundo puede hablar ... francés!

Aprende a pronunciar 1, 2, 3

Pronunciar los días de la semana


Pronunciar las vocales nasales

Aprende francés con la canción

Los colores

Diferencia entre C'est y Il est

Cómo practicar francés en casa

Frases útiles 1, 2, 3, 4

Conversación 1, 2, 3


Un truco para progresar en francés

5 hacks para hablar francés

5 TIPS para aprender más rápido
Französisch lernen
4 contos classicos
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