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Series: French


Acheter des Aliments (Intermediate)

Acheter des Aliments (Intermediate)

Tante Cécile is having guests over for a special dinner, but she has no food in the kitchen! In this Interactive Video, intermediate students use complex structures and broad vocabulary to write a shopping list, find out where to purchase goods,...Show More
Bon Appétit (Nouns)

Bon Appétit (Nouns)

Bon Appétit sees four British students go trolley-to-trolley in a Parisian supermarket, all with the aim of improving their knowledge of French nouns.
Cap Ou Pas Cap? (Verbs)

Cap Ou Pas Cap? (Verbs)

'Cap ou pas cap' sees four British students challenging each other with a series of dares as they holiday in Paris, all with the aim of testing their knowledge of French verbs.
Duels de Cartons (Adverbs)

Duels de Cartons (Adverbs)

In a game of Duels de Cartons, four British students are tested on their knowledge of French adverbs.
Faire les Courses (Beginners)

Faire les Courses (Beginners)

Tante Cécile is having guests over to her house, but she has no food in the kitchen! In this Interactive Video, beginner students use language needed to write a shopping list, find out where to purchase goods, and how to interact with a...Show More
Fais Ceci, Fais Cela (Prepositions)

Fais Ceci, Fais Cela (Prepositions)

In a game called Fais ceci, fais cela the students pair up into two teams, with one team member giving the other instructions using sentences that contain prepositions which they must interpret correctly to find a destination.
Finissez de Boire (Conjunctions)

Finissez de Boire (Conjunctions)

Nestled in a cosy Parisian café, four British students take part in a game of Finissez de boire, all with the aim of improving their knowledge of French conjunctions.
La Famille (Beginners)

La Famille (Beginners)

Tante Cécile is having a birthday party, but she has forgotten the names of everyone she invited! In this Interactive Video, beginner students use the language needed to describe themselves and their family members, and eat gâteau. They will...Show More
La Fête de Famille (Intermediate)

La Fête de Famille (Intermediate)

Tante Cécile is having a birthday party, but she is struggling to remember who she invited! In this Interactive Video, intermediate students use the language needed to describe themselves and their family members, including past tense verbs and...Show More
La Marianne: Symbol of the French Republic

La Marianne: Symbol of the French Republic

Who is Marianne? Was she a real person? What does she represent? This video answers these questions and more, explaining Marianne’s origins, how she came to symbolise the French Republic and how she has transformed over time to reflect a...Show More
La Mode et La Cuisine

La Mode et La Cuisine

Fashion and food are two of the defining elements of French culture. For students of French, it is important that they not only develop a well-rounded vocabulary, but that they also appreciate how cultural influences flavour daily life for French...Show More
Le Croissant: Symbol of a Nation

Le Croissant: Symbol of a Nation

Who made the first croissant? How did it make its way to France? What do you need to make your own croissant au beurre fait maison? This video answers these questions and more, tracing the history of the croissant and providing an easy recipe to...Show More
Les Fêtes en France

Les Fêtes en France

France’s long and colourful history has provided the French people with many reasons to celebrate. In the French calendar we see religious festivals, political revolutions and relics of ancient pagan rituals right throughout the year. Filmed...Show More
On Exagère (Quantifiers and Intensifiers)

On Exagère (Quantifiers and Intensifiers)

Four British students must use their expertise in French quantifiers and intensifiers in a game of On exagère.
Sac à Surprise (Adjectives)

Sac à Surprise (Adjectives)

Four British student challenge each other on their knowledge of French adjectives in a game called Sac à Surprise.
Salut Toi! (Articles)

Salut Toi! (Articles)

Taking turns, each student is posed a question by a member of the French public.
Tomber à l'Eau (Pronouns)

Tomber à l'Eau (Pronouns)

In a game called Tomber à l'eau, the students split into pairs and test the waters on their knowledge of French pronouns.
Tutoyer ou Vouvoyer: Familiar or Formal?

Tutoyer ou Vouvoyer: Familiar or Formal?

What’s the difference between ‘tu’ and ‘vous’? How can you tell which one to use? What should you say to avoid offending someone? This video answers these questions and more, explaining the history of ‘tu’ and ‘vous’ and the...Show More
Une Journée à Paris

Une Journée à Paris

In this charming programme we join Sophie and Pierre as they spend a day in Paris visiting some world famous monuments - the Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame. They take a Batobus on the Seine and walk the renowned Champs...Show More
Vite, Vite, Vite (Numbers, Qualities, Dates, and Times)

Vite, Vite, Vite (Numbers, Qualities, Dates, and Times)

For this game, all four students have been dropped off in different locations around Paris, with one student focusing on numbers, one on quantities, one on dates and one on times.