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11 thoughts on “Categories

  1. David Geary January 24, 2015 / 5:45 pm

    If this blog is done by one person then I am amazed! I have never seen anything like it. I thought I was articulate, but you sir/madam, you have stunned me and I mean that. I am just learning French and I know this blog will help and I thank you so much for the selfless way you have put these pages together to help other learners. If there was a vote for Blogger of the Year (I’m sure there is somewhere) I would not hesitate to vote for you. I cannot praise you highly enough! Thanks.

  2. Nataliya Borísova February 25, 2015 / 7:06 pm

    I agree with David. Amazing-amazing job you have done. And merci beaucoup for everything you’ve done!

  3. AndyN May 11, 2015 / 11:25 am

    Hello.
    Having recently started listening to podcasts, (repeatedly – Thank you Français Authentique). I’m sad to see your many L’Avis de Marie transcripts have disappeared. Such a shame, they were a wonderful resource. Were you asked to remove them? I’d be so grateful for any information.
    Thank you, Andy.

    • AndyN May 11, 2015 / 6:24 pm

      Hi Toussaint.
      Thanks for the quick reply. Having the resource of your scripts and translations easy at hand was a great resource. Simply so I can spend more time studying and less doing the monotonous prep. Only possible of course, because you’d already done it! If they could reappear I would be grateful.

      My study method, if your interested is as follows: First week listen to two podcasts each once a day for five days (Mon-Fri), try to read the translation or the original text while listening to the the audio for each at least twice. Week 2. Continue listening to the same things but add two more. (Bringing your study time up to about 45 mins a day). Week 3 drop the audio that you’ve heard 10 times and again add two new. Etc etc. Today was the start of my Week 3. Thanks to you I’ve chosen Marie and Français Authentique. So far I’m enjoying them both, and can feel a marked improvement in my language comprehension.
      Thanks!

      • Toussaint June 23, 2016 / 8:37 pm

        For those following this comment, I did restore the podcast translations immediately, and was inspired that someone noticed.

  4. Brian in Seattle August 9, 2015 / 11:53 am

    I have enjoyed your blog and look forward to your next French blog adventure!!

    • Toussaint August 10, 2015 / 6:36 am

      Thanks, it’s coming along pretty well.

  5. BookBox October 6, 2015 / 4:30 am

    Hello! We see you’ve used some of our stories to learn French. That’s wonderful! Would you be willing to write a blog post for us about your experience using BookBox? Email blog@bookbox.com. Thanks!

  6. James Account December 25, 2016 / 12:01 am

    This blog is incredible! I like to keep all my language learning material neatly organized in excel files. Would you happen to have any excel files or word list text files that you could upload as well? I think it would benefit a lot of people!
    Thanks You!!

    • Toussaint December 27, 2016 / 6:42 pm

      I believe the best way is for each person to individually organize the word and phrase lists on this blog, into their own Excel files. Simply go to those categories, “Word Lists” and “Phrases”. I also have dozens of Quizlet decks already made, that I publicly share for all of my languages…https://quizlet.com/Touissantlou/folders

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