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Learn French With Stories: 7 Short Stories For Beginner and Intermediate Students (French Edition) - Kindle Edition - December 8, 2014. Price: $1.99
A rewarding and effective method of learning French.

If you cannot easily visit a French speaking country and immerse yourself in the French language, reading is one of your best alternatives. 

Reading has long been proven to be one of the most effective ways of learning a foreign language. By studying in this way, you should be able to improve your French without the monotonous chore of memorising grammar. These eBooks cover a diverse range of grammatical structures (description, casual conversation, useful vocabulary). 

No dictionary necessary. Each paragraph is broken down - with French and English Glossary. No painful back and forth process of continually searching for definitions or translation. 

Recommended for beginner and intermediate level learners of French.
Practice your pronunciation and your listening with the free audiobook! (175 minutes/ read by a French Native Speaker). 

Each story is recorded 2 different ways: 

• A slow version to help beginners to improve their pronunciation 
• A normal and natural speed for intermediate and advanced learners" 

Useful vocabulary for everyday situations: 7 stories about Travelling, Cooking, Shopping, Love, School, Relationships, Movies. 

For a limited time you can download "Learn French with Stories" for $4.99 

Free exclusive BONUS: Download Le Horla (a classic from the famous author Maupassant) in parallel text (French and English). 

By the time you’ve finished this eBook, you will have picked up 700 new words, learned some colloquial French, some new grammar, and improved your French listening skills (thanks to the MP3). Whether you are about to visit France or are just learning French for pleasure, you’ll be able to apply the vocabulary used in this eBook to make your French sound more natural. If you’re ready to begin improving your French, then scroll up and click the "Buy Now" button to get started...
Voyage en France, an Easy French Story for Beginners, PART 1: Learn French with Stories (Easy French Reader Series for Beginners) (French Edition) - Kindle Edition - June 26, 2013. Price: $2.99

Beginners : A1-B1 
This french short story is perfect for beginners. It is tailored to the needs of English and German speakers and offers a pleasant way of expanding your vocabulary and building your confidence. The story is written in a simple and basic style, similar to common spoken language.


There is no need for a dictionnary: key words are listed under each paragraph and translated out of the context. At the end of the book, all new words are summed up in a complete vocabulary section. 

Simple and easy to read, Voyage en France is also amusing ! 
A good mix of grammar constructs is used, with basic and useful vocabulary. The story is written in tenses used in normal conversation : present tense, and just the right amount of future tense, passé composé and imparfait.
Voyage en France: An Easy French Story (Easy French Reader Series for Beginners) (Volume 1) - Paperback – October 4, 2013 - 116 pages.
Price: $9.20

See description for Kindle edition above.
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