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An annual anal I am an advanced beginner in French. I have one book, and I understand most of the language, and like it very much! Don't forget Asterix among classic comic books in French, too! Many people like the TinTin series. May 18, NevenaZh. I read Voyage en France 1 and 2 by Sylvie Laine.

They are quite inexpensive on site site. She also has other books written especially for beginners.

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I found I could read them already when I was at level with duolingo. I am able to follow the stories and the meaning quite well, although I must say I found the stories by Sylvie Laine more enjoyable and funny in terms of content.

Both resources contain vocabulary lists after each paragraph so you can follow the story without spending extra time to look up words. Also both are written in the present tense and contain a rich set of everyday vocabulary useful for all situations.

I generally find that with site it is easy to improve one's vocabulary because you can also look up words as you go just by a click. But I still haven't chosen a particular author or series.

May 21, dfranit For children's authors, I like Gilles Tibo for his sense of humour. I also have enjoyed most of the books I have read by Danielle Simard.

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Both these authors write both picture books and novels. There are of course, many English books that have been translated into French so you could try reading something like Harry Potter or Twilight in translation, but I would rather read French books in French than English translations. If you liked Harry Potter and like stuff mythical, you could try the Amos Daragon series.

Have a look at these phrases: Je veux que tu comprennes. I want you to understand.

I would like you to be able to use the subjunctive. We have to go.

I see that you make a lot of mistakes. I heard that the subjunctive is difficult. The verbs voir to see and entendre to hear do not relate to feeling, desire or opinion and are therefore not subject to subjuntification. Une chose que tu sais bien.

Something that you know well. The TV that we bought. Right, so far we know we need to use the subjunctive when we have: A sentence containing que.

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A noun, adjective or adverb that conveys opinion, desire, feeling, uncertainty or necessity. Okay, great.This way, the lessons and supplemental content can either be printed or viewed on any mobile device for ultimate convenience. Usually when we say we have to go now, we mean we have to go now in order to do something.

Even somebody who marries a person from a foreign country then moves to that country and lives there for twenty years speaking that language every day will still speak with a hint of an accent.

You'll also notice in the example above that even though the spelling changes, the pronunciation of 4 of the 6 forms is exactly the same! Okay, great.