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Bonjour. Je m’appelle Delphine, Delphine Ducros.

Good morning. My name is Delphine, Delphine Ducros.

Learn French with these fantastic short stories about Delphine Ducros. Improve your vocabulary and intuitively learn the grammar patterns of French. Stop learning French the unnatural way with textbooks and start absorbing the language in a fun and enjoyable form with stories.

Every story is translated sentence-by-sentence in English and every story will provide a vocabulary list to make sure you understand everything. You won't be overwhelmed or feel like you've just been pushed into the deep end of language. You can take it as slowly or as fast as you'd like. Your learning is in your control! There's also sentence structures being introduced with every story to gently introduce you to the grammatical structures of French.

Learn the correct pronunciation of every word by listening to a native French speaker read the stories for you!

©2018 Adalyn Faure (P)2018 Adalyn Faure

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  • Bindy
  • Los Angeles, CA USA
  • 03-24-18

So helpful!

I love this book. It is such a good way to learn the application of words and phrases that you learn in the beginning of learning French and it gives you hope that with some practice you will be able to carry on basic conversations before too long. The only suggestion I have is that at the very end it would be great if the narrator read the stories in French only and at normal speaking speed so the listener can work on tuning the ear to normal speech speed. The narrator is wonderful and speaks slowly and clearly to help with discerning the words which is an excellent way to learn in the beginning. It’s just that eventually we’ll have to be able to understand at full speed so a full speed French only version at the end would be super helpful. Thank you very much to the makers of this book. It is so helpful and well done.