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.

How to start learning French from the very beginning video lesson

Well when learning a new language, we all have to start somewhere and this lesson from Learning French with Alexa, who you should definitely follow here, is an entire video lesson designed for complete beginners. It starts with the most quintessential French word for hello “Bonjour” and most of the lesson itself is in English. It’s definitely not for anyone with a background in the language but it is still a popular video for total beginners. Here’s another video lesson for complete beginners.

Practice French Verb conjugations with images & repetition

When you start learning French, often times simple practice and repetition can help you understand how to conjugate verbs properly. It can help make it easier to spot when words or phrases feel right or wrong and that can be helpful for your writing or speaking. This video is pretty basic in that it just has a long series of images and a verb conjugated phrase that you can repeat afterwards. If you’re just starting out with French you might like this video also. You can subscribe to their other videos here.

Use TV to learn – French in Action Episode 1

I personally find this way of learning to be rather interesting as it uses a very old, and kind of humorous now, TV show to teach you French. The show is called “French in Action” or “Francês em Ação”. Each episode starts off pretty slow and uses basic vocabulary and phrases. The idea is that by using simple plots and dialogue, you’ll be able to pick up more of the language naturally rather than by intense studying. It’s probably not for everyone but just watching the old videos can cause a big of nostalgia. If you want something more modern you can try some dialogue examples and practice video. Subscribe to their other videos on youtube here.

Complete beginner French Video lesson – alphabet, phrases, verbs (4 hours!)

This is a really solid video for French beginners as it starts out assuming very little information about the language and uses mostly English to introduce the concepts before getting too far into the lesson. It covers some basic phrases to get you going, using a familiar setting like a bar or ordering at a café. It then covers the French alphabet and basic verb use –  go here for more on French verb conjugation. You can subscribe to their videos here.