Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

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Re: Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

Postby DaveAgain » Thu Nov 12, 2020 5:52 pm

cas_sj wrote:
Arnaud wrote:Assimil has published a brand-new version of "Assimil French".


Big fan of Assimil, but I'm not sure they've really changed much of their content thru the various versions since the 90's (or earlier). Anyone know if this is really a new version or just another publication of the previous editions?
there are some audio samples on their website that seem to be different.

I think the first lesson used to be someone asking for directions, which is different now, and another sample mentions the internet.

However, Anthony Bulger is still given as the author.
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Re: Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

Postby Arnaud » Thu Nov 12, 2020 6:13 pm

Afaik, it's a new version: you can read the introduction in pdf and see the list of the lessons. They are different from the previous edition.
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Re: Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

Postby Kraut » Sun Nov 15, 2020 9:29 am

La liste complète des livres audio gratuits à écouter pendant la période de confinement

free books and audios during the confinement
Article mis à jour le 31 octobre 2020 par Fidel Navamuel

https://outilstice.com/2020/03/la-liste ... ce_Culture
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Re: Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

Postby Vipunk » Tue Nov 17, 2020 12:37 pm

Je vodrais de faire un exchange de apprentisage de langue, je peux parttager avec vous mon Spagnol et vous pouvez partager avec moi votre francais via zoon ou skype lasse moi savoir si t'interresse Merci Beoucup.
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Re: Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

Postby Znewna » Wed Nov 25, 2020 1:11 pm

Bonjour! Est-ce ici le forum correct pour converser en français? Je suis une nouvelle membre et je n'ai pas compris où il faut écrire pour juste faire de conversation en une langue différente de l' anglais...
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Re: Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

Postby Language patzer » Tue Dec 01, 2020 6:54 am

Hello fellow french travelers. I would like to join the group.

I have started following the FSI course (still only at unit 2), but I am considering changing courses because it seems it takes years to finish it.

Am I wrong? Has anyone actually done it? I am not a beginner, I just need a course to give me a seriously strong revision, in order to be able to take my knowledge further that B2. I have knowledge but it is scattered, half forgotten, unorganised.

Any ideas? Au secours mes amis!
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Re: Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

Postby rdearman » Tue Dec 01, 2020 1:30 pm

Language patzer wrote:Hello fellow french travelers. I would like to join the group.

I have started following the FSI course (still only at unit 2), but I am considering changing courses because it seems it takes years to finish it.

Am I wrong? Has anyone actually done it? I am not a beginner, I just need a course to give me a seriously strong revision, in order to be able to take my knowledge further that B2. I have knowledge but it is scattered, half forgotten, unorganised.

Any ideas? Au secours mes amis!

Many people have completed the FSI course. You might also like to look at the DLI course, which I believe is shorter. :)
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Re: Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

Postby Deinonysus » Tue Dec 01, 2020 3:29 pm

Znewna wrote:Bonjour! Est-ce ici le forum correct pour converser en français? Je suis une nouvelle membre et je n'ai pas compris où il faut écrire pour juste faire de conversation en une langue différente de l' anglais...

Bonjour et bienvenue ! Le « Multilingual Forum » est très lent, mais c'est probablement le meilleur endroit pour démarrer un fil pour écrire en français.
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Re: Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

Postby Znewna » Thu Dec 03, 2020 5:07 pm

Thanks/merci! Je vais y regarder...
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Re: Le groupe français 2016 - 2019 Les Voyageurs

Postby jmar257 » Tue Dec 15, 2020 2:39 pm

Question for those of you who have used French in Action: is just watching the show portion of the course worthwhile for someone who is a rough B1? I can read novels on Kindle (i.e., with vocab lookup) but my comprehension of regular speed podcasts/shows (vs. InnerFrench, for example) is not that great and I just remembered FIA is a thing and could be beneficial here and easier to get through than struggling through real TV for a bit. I'll probably give it a shot anyway but wanted to see if anyone here had anything to add about using that prior to moving on to native TV content.
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