Hey guys! If you're like me and learning French, here is something I've found that helps! Cartoons. No, seriously. Using the French dub with English (or whatever your native language is) subtitled is a great way to pick up on a lot of the basics that you learn as a kid since its a cartoon. My suggestion would be the French cartoon Miraculous. It takes place in Paris, is originally in French, and is easy enough to follow! So kick back and throw on some cartoons while eating a sugary bowl of cereal and feel like a kid again. Je m'en vais! -Ky
"C'est pas sorcier" est mon dessin anime prefere. C'est scientifique, historique et il y en a BEAUCOUP sur YouTube. Voici le lien: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCENv8pH4LkzvuSV_qHIcslg (Desolee. J'ai besoin d'apprendre comment ajouter des caractères français à mon clavier...)
Try this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u25-7trnSHM&t=468s. It is real French but he speaks slowly. If you have not read L'etranger, I highly recomment it.
Oui, c'est ça :-) I like Léonard Génie
oficial video https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZcXW0sa2ybTaJy56XdDHiw
or one education classic https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Il_%C3%A9tait_une_fois%E2%80%A6_la_Vie
Merci pour l'idée amusante. I just watched Chef's Table France on Netflix. They have 4 episodes, there's not a lot of talking and it has subtitles. You will learn some French culture in the process and watch some gorgeous food and scenery. Bonne appétit
I use Netflix series to reinforce my french and it has really improved lots. :)
I also enjoyed Miraculous! My sister watched it in English and was like "Hey, you'd like this show! It take place in France!" Once I found out that it was originally in French, I ditched the English dubbed and went with the French version instead! Love the show!