Speak French more naturally
Do you sometimes find that you know all the words in a sentence but still cannot figure out the meaning? Congratulations, you've probably met an expression or idiom. For example, when you say, "It's raining cats and dogs", you don't mean that cats and dogs are falling out of the sky, of course, but rather that it's raining heavily. The French also love to use expressions to convey more specific messages. By learning some of them, you will move from an academic form of French to a more natural one.
Idioms provide interesting insights into the languages and thought processes of their speakers. By understanding French expressions and their literal translations, it will help you to gain a sense of the French culture and mind-set.
Have fun while learning French
After years of teaching, I know for a fact that expressions are something students love to learn. It is fun to notice the differences between your mother tongue and a second language. This short audiobook will add fun to your daily learning process.
Pronounce things the right way with audio
The audio is divided into weekly sections. You can listen and practice on your own.
Develop a learning habit
"Quality is not an act, it is a habit." (Aristotle)
This audiobook contains 365 expressions, so you can learn a new one every day. You can devour this book in few hours if you like, but if you can develop a learning habit by reviewing one expression per day, it may be much more beneficial. This book can be the first step toward the creation of a lasting learning habit.
(Tags : 365 Days of French Expressions: Learn One New French Expression per Day (Unabridged) Frédéric Bibard Audiobook, Frédéric Bibard Audio CD )