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Course Overview

Much of the course material was originally prepared to train officers of the Foreign Service and of other United States Government agencies who are involved in foreign affairs and who need to learn to speak French.

The government's success in educating top officials and agents is now available to you!

Method of Teaching

The method is known as Guided Imitation. It may appear to be new, but actually it has been used by a considerable number of teachers for many years, though its greatest popularity has come since the second World War. Its goal is to teach one to speak easily, fluently, with very little accent, and to do this without conscious effort, just as one speaks his own language without conscious effort.

There are two very important aspects of this method. First, learning a relatively small body of material so well that it requires very little effort to produce it. This is Overlearning. If a student overlearns every dialog and drill as s/he goes through this book s/he will almost certainly experiences rapid progress in learning the language.

The second aspect is learning to authentically manipulate the sounds, sequences, and patterns of the language. The important implication here is the reality of both the audio recording and the imitation. The audio recordings provide French as people really speak it in actual conversations, helping the student to imitate accurately.

The course may be studied intensively over a period of six months to a year or just go at your own pace and see how you do!

Course Overview

The French Basic Course has been designed to help students reach a level of proficiency which will enable them to participate effectively in most formal and informal conversations. The dialogues, drills, situations and narrations have been recorded unless otherwise indicated in the text.

Each of the included 12 units present a situational topic introduced in a dialogue, and usually five grammar points. Each grammar point is preceded by grammar notes which generally are expressed in non-technical terms.

Other units include materials of the following kinds.

1. A dialogue to provide a body of natural French conversation as a source for subsequent drills and exercises. (These dialogues are commonly memorized.)

2. Useful words to supplement the vocabulary with a limited number of additional words, usually related to the topic of the dialogue.

3. Vocabulary awareness to enable the student to better identify the elements of the utterances he learned as a whole and to regroup and review vocabulary.

4. Drills of six different kinds, each type designed for a specific purpose.

a. Lexical drills to manipulate already acquired vocabulary and improve fluency.

b. Learning drills to introduce new grammar points (with reference to the corresponding grammar notes).

c. Practice drills to give the student an opportunity to illustrate in sentences the grammar point just covered.

d. Question drills to to prepare the student for normal conversation.

e. Answer drills to to prepare the student for normal conversation.

f. Review drills to to prepare the student for normal conversation.

(Drills preceded by an (*) have been included for optional use with fast-moving students.)

5. Situations to improve comprehension and serve as a basis for questions and elementary conversation.

6. Narrations to provide reading material and introduce a very limited number of vocabulary items.

7. Written exercises to offer to the student opportunity to relate the spoken language to the writing system.

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Did you know that…

(Content from Wikipedia) French (français, French pronunciation: [fʁɑ̃sɛ]) is a Romance language globally spoken by about 80 million people as a first language (mother tongue), by 190 million as a second language, and by about another 200 million people as an acquired foreign language, with significant speakers in 57 countries. Most native speakers of the language live in France, where the language originated. The rest live essentially in Canada (particularly Quebec, and to a lesser extent Ontario and New Brunswick), Belgium, Switzerland, French-speaking Africa (Cameroon, Gabon, Côte d'Ivoire), Luxembourg, Monaco. Most second-language speakers of French live in Francophonic Africa, arguably exceeding the number of native speakers. The Democratic Republic of the Congo is the Francophone country with the largest population.

French is a descendant of the Latin language of the Roman Empire, as are national languages such as Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Romanian, and Catalan, and minority languages ranging from Occitan to Neapolitan and many more. Its development was also influenced by the native Celtic languages of Roman Gaul and by the Germanic language of the post-Roman Frankish invaders.

It is an official language in 29 countries, most of which form what is called, in French, La Francophonie, the community of French-speaking nations. It is an official language of all United Nations agencies and a large number of international organizations. According to the European Union, 129 million (26% of the 497,198,740) people in 27 member states speak French, of which 65 million (12%) are native speakers and 69 million (14%) claim to speak it either as a second language or as a foreign language, which makes it the third most spoken second language in the Union, after English (2nd rank) and German (1st rank). In addition, prior to the mid 20th century, French served as the preeminent language of diplomacy among European and colonial powers as well as a lingua franca among the educated classes of Europe.

As a result of France's extensive colonial ambitions between the 17th and 20th centuries, French was introduced to America, Africa, Polynesia, and the Caribbean. As a result, many creole languages developed as a result of the mixture of French and native languages.