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Hey fellow learners and polyglots! We, here at Language Fluent are extremely delighted that you’ve decided to learn yet another foreign language. And this time, you’re learning French!
To make sure you have a completely perfect grasp over the language of love, we will be presenting a series of video lectures to make your learning process a smooth one. Today’s video lecture is about the most important building block of a language - ‘The Alphabet’.
With the usual 26 letters in the French alphabet, there are also five additional accent marks that can be applied to change the sound of the letter.The good news is that You can form almost every sound in the French alphabet using the English sounds that you already know. So what are you waiting for? Let us dive in together and begin this beautiful journey of learning French. Commençons et bonne chance!
We, at Language Fluent will help you learn French in a easy, fun and definitely, an interesting way. As always, it is highly recommended to achieve perfection in the pronunciations of these alphabets since these are definitely the most important building blocks of your language. You can do that by pausing the video, speaking the alphabets out loud and hearing the pronunciations once again. Remember, practice makes perfect.
If you like our videos, please let us know your opinions in the comments section down below. We’d love to address your questions on French and any suggestions are most certainly welcomed and appreciated. Happy learning!
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Learning to speak a new language is exciting; learning to write a new language is even more exciting! It will open new worlds for you. So, dig into these tips and advice for learning how to master the German alphabet easily!
Much like the English alphabet, German has 26 standard letters. However, the German alphabet contains one additional character and umlauted forms of three vowels.
The German ligature (additional character): The letter ß, is also known as the "sharp S", "eszett" or "scharfes S", and is the only German letter that is not part of the Latin/Roman alphabet. The letter is pronounced (like the "s" in "see"). The ß is not used in any other language.
The Umlaut is the pair of dots placed over certain vowels; in standard German and its dialects, these vowels are ä, ö, ü.
Learning the letters of the alphabet is not the most exciting way of starting to learn a new language, but knowing the sounds will help you to pronounce unfamiliar words.
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Learn Japanese online – it’s simple, self-regulating and free!
Free, basic Training is available for each level.
Using our selected interactive exercises, you can practice Japanese grammar rules whenever you have time and feel like diving into your new second language: Japanese.
Example sentences round out our Japanese course for Beginners.
Keep in mind that you do not need to have any background with Japanese to start this course and learn Japanese online for free!
Knowing all the letters and how to pronounce them properly will make your learning experience a lot easier in the future!
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you'll learn how to pronounce Spanish alphabets, after watching this short video you’ll be able to pronounce Spanish alphabets flawlessly. From the A to the Z in Spanish. You will learn how to pronounce Spanish letters. With this lesson you will never say the H because the the H is silent in Spanish. You will never confuse the L with the double LL. Knowing all the letters and how to pronounce them properly will make your learning experience a lot easier in the future!
you’ll learn Days of the week in Spanish, Months of the year in Spanish, Numbers in Spanish and Dates in Spanish. In this lesson you will also learn some useful Spanish phrases in which you use the months in Spanish. Learn the numbers in Spanish to talk about money, phone number, time, to count to buy, to ask "How much is it?", and so on. Use this vocabulary lesson to improve your Spanish, and to start speaking Spanish NOW!
Learning verbs in Spanish is something that doesn’t always come naturally for new learners. With the seemingly endless conjugations and irregularities, verbs can be one of the most difficult and lengthy lessons in the language for a non-native speaker. But you have to learn them sooner or later, and the more you use them, the more efficiently you’ll learn!
You'll learn Genders in Spanish. While the good news is that everything in Spanish is just masculine or feminine, this is one of the trickiest concept to learn so we would require your complete undivided attention here as this is one of the most important topics while learning Spanish. Basically, every living creature is either an ‘el’ or a ‘la’ and nouns that are masculine in nature end with an ‘o’ while feminine nouns end with ‘a’. A few more rules will help you get a really good grasp on Spanish, which are presented in the video.