French Pronunciation 

Saturday, June 20 2009 | 9:00 AM (Pacific SA Standard Time)

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60 minutes
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Access code:

1. Once you are in the class, use a phone to dial the number for your country mentioned above followed by the access code.

2. Keep your microphone and speakers muted in the classroom to avoid hearing an echo during the call.

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About the Class

We are going to learn the basics of French pronunciation. To pronounce French you need to pronounce 15 vowels (with 3 nasal vowels among them) and 3 half vowels. The consonants are easier to pronounce, though the French "R" may be found a little difficult. According to your mother tongue, some pairs (mainly b-v, s-z, d-t and k-g) require more practicing than others. I teach using songs. It makes the lesson easier to remember.

Language of instruction:

Keywords: french, french, french pronunciation, speech, conversation

Attendees in the class (13)


Nikhila Kilambi

Excellent! Wow! What a great way to
start French. The accent is very
important in this lanquage especially.
Please give more classes as it is very
helpful. I was wonderful. Your new
student and teacher. Nikhila Kilambi.

3740 days 11 hours 17 minutes ago

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