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Internalize French Grammar and
Increase French Vocabulary along the way
How it Works
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Whether you are a beginner or an advanced language learner, Glossika takes your French skills to the next level.
Increase French vocabulary along the way
Whether you already know some French vocabulary or just started learning French, Glossika can help you consolidate your memory and increase French vocabulary.
Make giant leaps in French pronunciation
From basic French phrases to advanced expression, you can break through to fluency with Glossika by training your French speaking and listening skills.
With a language like Armenian which I'm starting from scratch (and with no other materials), it feels like a more natural way of learning.
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Glossika Internalizes all the French grammar rules for you!
Language Difficulty for English (US) speakers: 3.5 / 10
Many people rate language difficulty by the way a language is written. At Glossika, we eliminate writing system difficulty and deliver fluency in any language regardless how it's written. To become fluent, you must manipulate all the pieces of a sentence and assemble them in a coherent stream of sound. To accomplish this, we unlock the grammatical patterns through audio training and transcriptions of that sound stream to the point that you get comfortable and familiar with those patterns.
Vocabulary differences: 2 points
Grammatical differences: 15 points
Phonological differences: 11 points
Learning French can be easy
– a basic introduction to get you started
Classification: Indo-European Language Family - Romance Branch
Writing System: Latin
Consonants: /p b f v m t d s z l n ʃ ʒ j ɲ ɥ k ɡ ʁ w/
Vowels: /i y u e ø ə o ɛ œ ɔ̜ ɛ̃ ɔ̃ ɑ̃ a ɑ/
French: /p t k/
English: /pʰ tʰ kʰ/ (they have aspiration puffs of air)
English: no equivalent, like saying /y/ and /w/ at the same time: 'huit' /ɥi/ (eight)
English: no equivalent, rolled 'r' in the throat. Beginners may often hear it like a strong 'h'
French: /u e o/ are pure vowels/
English: /uʷ eʲ oʷ/ have rounding
French: /ɛ̃ ɔ̃ ɑ̃/ are nasal
English: no equivalent
French: /y ø œ/
English: no equivalent, are rounded versions of /u o/
Intonation: Mostly word-final and even phrase-final
Word Order: Subject - Verb - Object
Adjective Order: Noun - Adjective
Possessive Order: Genitive - Noun
Adposition Order: Preposition - Noun
Dependent Clause: Dependent - Noun, Noun - Relative Claus
Verbs: Tense (present, past, future), Aspect (perfect, imperfect), Mood (indicative, subjunctive)
Nouns: 2 genders, definite/indefinite
Pronouns: 1/2/3 person, masculine/feminine/neuter, singular/plural, reflexive, 6 conjugations