It’s easy to learn French words with these free French audio lessons. The Rocket French team has created online lists of common French words to help you survive in a French-speaking environment.
We’ve included the English translation, audio for French pronunciation, and helpful cultural tips along the way!
Check out these lessons on French words from Rocket French!
Listen to the French audio and follow the pronunciation, and when you’re ready, practice saying the French words aloud. I hope you don’t need to use it, but you’ll also learn how to say I’m sick in French – just in case!
You are much more dependent on the weather when traveling, because you are likely to spend more time outside. Part of dealing with different weather conditions is having the appropriate clothing.
With these French clothing words under your belt (so to speak!) you’ll be able to describe what someone is wearing, or what you’re looking for when shopping for clothes in France.
If you want to know how to connect, send or download and more, check out these essential French words for using everyday technology.
Next, listen carefully to how you pronounce the French phrases for making a phone call in French and leaving a phone message.
Speaking about people in French will also help you understand how the French masculine and feminine principles work. By the end of this lesson you’ll also know how to talk about more than one person.
Warning: This free audio lesson on food in French will make your mouth water!But if you want to master the art of dining in a French restaurant AND polish your French pronunciation at the same time, this lesson has your name on it!
I’ve listed some common French menu items with audio so you’ll be able to recognize them next time you’re dining French-style. I’ve also included some common French words and phrases that may come in useful when listening or speaking to the waiter.
Here's a tip: Try using a French calendar, which will help you remember these words more easily. Listen carefully to the French pronunciation and practice saying the French words aloud. Practice does makes perfect! emotions in French will help you get to know people better and take your new friendships to the next level.
How would you like to be able to say how you really feel in a French conversation? Let's get started!
Being able to talk about music in French is a great way to start a conversation with a native French speaker – after all, music is a universal language!
Perhaps you’re traveling in a French-speaking country and you want to buy some French music – how would you ask for what you want in French?
Marie-Claire Rivière and the Rocket French Team