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French Interlinear Books

French Interlinear Books

Is there any French interlinear material? If you're learning a language, the most important part is acquiring a large vocabulary. The only way to get a large vocabulary fast is by reading books. Hence for every language you can find graded readers. However, graded readers only feed you new words every so often. That's because there is a limit to people's capabilities of understanding obtuse foreign texts. If a beginner language learner just grabs any book, he'll have to look up words in a dictionary so often that the reading becomes a huge chore. Not so with interlinear texts. With...


Learn French with Fairy Tales

Learn French with Fairy Tales
If you want to learn French by reading real French stories instead of by studying texts, these are the books for you. Easy and original French stories with a manually added word for word interlinear French translation.

Learn French with Famous Short Stories

Adrianus Van den End

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Learn French with Famous Short Stories
This book contains short stories by Guy de Maupassant and Honoré de Balzac. Walter Schnaffs is a fun story about the 1870 Franco-Prussian war in which a jolly fat German soldier whose only thought is about his blonde German wife and four kids, and about good food, has to join in the invasion of France.

Learn French By Reading French Fairy Tales

New French Vocabulary Fast And Easy When you read you pick up a lot of new words. With manually created immediate pop-up English translation reading will be very fast, even with a lot of unknown words. And the spaced interval reminder software in the e-book allows you to remember 100% of the new words. Reading French can be as easy as that. Even as a beginner you can still read on because not one word needs to be looked up. The software will make sure you remember every new word, by using timed practice sessions in between the reading to imprint...