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French Pronunciation exercises

Listen and Repeat to Improve Your Intonation, Rhythm and Pronunciation. New material is uploaded every week. French Pronunciation only needs a bit of practice to get right. In this pronunciation guide, I’ll walk you through the most troublesome sounds to pronounce, as well as a few subtle, easy ways you can change your pronunciation to make huge headway toward sounding like a native French speaker.

*French cognates:

*Cognates are words that have a similar spelling, pronunciation, and meaning across two languages. When students recognize words as cognates, they can access unfamiliar English words and better understand what they read.

1. Words spelled alike:
Mots similaires

French Tongue Twisters:

1. Rosalie's red dress:
La robe rouge de Rosalie
2. A hunter knowing how to hunt:
Un chasseur sachant chasser
3. Dad knows everything:
Papa sait tout
4. The shirts of the archduchess:
Les chemises de l'archiduchesse
5. The green worm goes to the green glass:
Le ver vert va vers le verre vert
6. Five fat rats grill in the big, fatty fat:
Cinq gros rats grillent dans la grosse graisse grasse

Inspiring sentences:

1. Life is a flower:
La vie est une fleur
2. Grow your inspirations in life:
Cultivez vos aspirations dans la vie
3. What time is it Miss. Quiet?:
Quelle heure est-il Madame tranquille?
4. Imagination is the measure of genius:
L’imagination est la mesure du génie
5. The heart in peace:
Le coeur en paix
6. It's better to prevent:
Il vaut mieux prévenir
7. The essential is invisible to the eyes:
l’essentiel est invisible pour les yeux
8. Eat well, laugh often, love a lot:
Mangez bien riez souvent aimez beaucoup
9. We must think:
Il faut reflechir
10. There is only one happiness in life, it’s to love and to be loved:
Il n'y a qu'un bonheur dans la vie, c'est d'aimer et d'être aimé
11. Better late than never:
Mieux vaut tard que jamais
12. After rain the good weather:
Après la pluie, le beau temps
13. No pain no gain:
Il faut casser le noyau pour avoir l'amande


French Homophones:

1. Verre - Vert - ver:
Verre - Vert - ver

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