Learn French using bilingual dialogues

If you want to learn how to speak and be fluent in French then learning with bilingual dialogues can be extremely useful. This video starts out with a useful travel-based dialogue about taking trains in France. There are both common questions you might ask when traveling in France as well and various problems or delays that could come up. The video lesson also provides the full English translation along with French pronunciation so it can serve as a complete practice tool. You can subscribe to their other videos here. If you liked this video then you might also like to practice French dialogues with English translations.

Learn 100 bilingual French English phrases from Vincent

This is a very useful video from Learn French with Vincent that uses bilingual English & French dialogues & translations to teach you some useful beginner French. The video presents both languages at the same time and goes through the proper French pronunciation so that you’ll learn how to use the phrases immediately. There are more than 100 bilingual expressions to add to your French phrase vocabulary. If you like this video then you might also want to learn how to use the negative verb form.

Practice with French dialogues and English translations

This is a super useful video for practicing French that uses dialogues of spoken French and English translations to help guide you through real world use of the language. Using dialogue is a great way to learn because it will teach you how people actually speak in daily life, how they form questions and how best to answer them. This simple process of asking for information and understanding what is said back to you forms the earliest foundation of proper communication. You should follow their videos here. If you like this visual approach but need more basic French vocabulary practice then go here.

French dialogue examples and practice video

This video is a large collection of simple French dialogues that you can use to practice with. Learning by using complete phrases is often the most useful way to learn how to properly use different words in a correct context and to remember them. Often times just rote memorization from a list of vocabulary words is harder to remember and less useful overall than using dialogues to learn French. You can subscribe to their videos here.