French Books for beginners???
Anyone knows french book for beginners so i can practice reading skill in french?
i am still very beginner, and so this book is still quite a stretch. i don't know if you had this, but in elementary school i had some very basic, one sentence a page kind of books. i have been trying to find some online, but i have been very unsuccessful thus far. can anyone help?
Le Vélo d'Alexia (https://www.amazon.com/vélo-dAlexia-French-Tobias-Gavran-ebook/dp/B00CFGYLPM/) is a decent read, and it's free for Kindle.
Bernard Friot is perfect, in my way, for beginners.
Read the French version of a book you already know. As you know the story, it's easy to follow what is written.
For example, I'm reading A song of ice and fire in German while having a rather low level. Once you learn the common vocabulary after 100 pages, it becomes easier.
Also, I recommand finding an audiobook and following the text while listening to the audiobook.
When learning a language, knowing how to pronounce new words is always hard and you must also learn to make the link between the spoken words and their written version. Book+audiobook are a great way to learn.
There are many cheap bilingual books on Amazon Kindle like Alice in wonderland - https://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B00E7HZSDQ/ref=kinw_myk_ro_title
I am an online French tutor and started publishing short stories in Easy French with vocabulary, grammar and exercises. This one is perfect for beginners and others who want to review self-introduction elements: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078KWJQVF/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1514079798&sr=1-1