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Covers the French alphabet, letter combinations, accents and liasons.

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    • Overview
      • In this lesson we will cover:
        • The alphabet
        • Accents
        • Letter combinations
        • Last letters of words
        • Liasons
    • L’alphabet
    • L’alphabet
    • Les accents
      • ´ - accent aigu (high), é [d a te]
      marché évite tombé
    • Les accents
      • ´ - accent aigu (high), é [d a te]
      • ` - accent grave (low), è [j e t], à, ù [no change]
      préfère frère
    • Les accents
      • ´ - accent aigu (high), éé [d a te]
      • ` - accent grave (low), è [jet], à, ù [no change]
      • ˆ - accent circonflexe, ê, î, ô, û [no change]
      forêt hôpital
    • Les accents noël
    • Les accents
      • ´ - accent aigu (high), é [d a te]
      • ` - accent grave (low), è [jet], à, ù
      • ˆ - accent circonflexe, ê, î, ô, û
      • ¨ - le tréma, ï, ë - pronounce vowels individually
      • ‚ - le cédille, ç - s sound
      garçon
    • L’alphabet é ç
    • Letter combinations
      • ai
      • eau/au
      • ill
      • eu
      • oi
      • ou
      • E double consonent
    • Letter combinations
      • ai [t a ke] –J’ai, aigu
      • eau/au
      • ill
      • eu
      • oi
      • ou
      • E double consonent
    • Letter combinations
      • ai [t a ke] – J’ai, aigu
      • eau/au [b o w] – plateau, beau
      • ill
      • eu
      • oi
      • ou
      • E double consonent
    • Letter combinations
      • ai [t a ke] – J’ai, aigu
      • eau/au [b o w] – plateau, beau
      • ill [ y ear] – travailler, feuille, fille
      • eu
      • oi
      • ou
      • E double consonent
    • Letter combinations
      • ai [t a ke] – J’ai, aigu
      • eau/au [b o w] – plateau, beau
      • ill [ y ear] – travailler, feuille, fille
      • eu – meuble, danseur
      • oi
      • ou
      • E double consonent
    • Letter combinations
      • ai – J’ai, aigu
      • eau/au – plateau, beau
      • ill – travailler, feuille, fille
      • eu – meuble, danseur
      • oi – oiseau, bois
      • ou
      • E double consonent
    • Letter combinations
      • ai [t a ke] – J’ai, aigu
      • eau/au [b o w] – plateau, beau
      • ill [ y ear] – travailler, feuille, fille
      • eu – meuble, danseur
      • oi [wa] – oiseau, bois
      • ou [f oo d] – bouche, mouche
      • E double consonent
    • Letter combinations
      • ai [t a ke] – J’ai, aigu
      • eau/au [b o w] – plateau, beau
      • ill [ y ear] – travailler, feuille, fille
      • eu – meuble, danseur
      • oi [wa] – oiseau, bois
      • ou [f oo d] – bouche, mouche
      • E double consonent [ e gg]- excellent
    • Letter Combinations
      • Nasals:
        • an
        • in
        • en
        • on
        • un
    • Letter Combinations
      • Nasals:
        • an: tante, banque, anti-
        • in
        • en
        • on
        • un
    • Letter Combinations
      • Nasals:
        • an: tante, banque, anti-
        • in: intelligent, intéressant, cinq
        • en
        • on
        • un
    • Letter Combinations
      • Nasals:
        • an: tante, banque, anti-
        • in: intelligent, intéressant, cinq
        • en: enfant, végétarien
        • on
        • un
    • Letter Combinations
      • Nasals:
        • an: tante, banque, anti-
        • in: intelligent, intéressant, cinq
        • en: enfant, végétarien
        • on: ont, pont, bonbons
        • un
    • Letter Combinations
      • Nasals:
        • an: tante, banque, anti-
        • in: intelligent, intéressant, cinq
        • en: enfant, végétarien
        • on: ont, pont, bonbons
        • un: lundi, un
    • Last letters
      • CaReFuL
    • Last letters
      • CaReFuL
        • sac
        • mer
        • neuf
        • nul
    • Liason
      • Consonant followed by vowel is generally pronounced:
    • Liason
      • Consonant followed by vowel is generally pronounced:
        • un cousin un ami
        • C’est grand. – C’est un copain.
    • Practice
      • Try pronouncing these words or phrases using what we covered as a guide.
    • Lesson Complete
      • Questions?
      • In this lesson, we covered the alphabet, accents, last letters, and liasons
      • Flashcard sets:
      • http://www.livemocha.com/flashcard_sets/view/248802
      • Keep practicing!
    • Merci! Erika Wolf (elynnwolf)