"I'll Fait Beau, The Most Entertaining Way to Learn French"Would you believe a Phd if he told you that learning french is supposed to be fun?
If you have tried learning french before, you know that it seems like a pain. Guess what? It should be no more of a pain than your first language! This ten lesson course will get started. Stop living in pain and start having fun while learning.
Learn French FastLike you never imagined. It’s fun. You listen to an exciting story and learn French along the way.
Music and SongAll woven into the story, just like listening to a movie. Increases retention with right and left brain learning.
For Everyone:It is easy to learn French. Every three year old can do it. Il Fait Beau is for beginners and intermediates. It is for all those who want to increase listening and speaking ability.
The Best Way to Learn FrenchThe way to learn French is the way your mother taught you. Listening first, then speaking. No reading, no writing until after you're speaking.
Easy French ReaderAn easy French reader is available separately online which follows the story. Great reinforcement to what you have learned. Click here for further information:
ExtrasIl Fait Beau breaks the story down into 15 minute segments followed by lessons which increase your retention. Afterwards you can download the entire uninterrupted story. You’ll be amazed at what you understand.
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About the Creators of Language and Lyrics
Dennis Dunham, PhD
Dr. Dennis Dunham has published numerous books in the field of second language acquisition. He has a passion for the “listening first approach. Dr. Dunham has been a cutting edge leader in International Affairs with numerous leadership awards. He was recently named by the Nation of South Korea and the United States State Department as the Honorary Consul for Korea for the state of Oklahoma.
Kyle Dillingham has amazed audiences all over the world. He has performed for Kings and Princesses, Ambassadors and Governors. He recently received a note from Paul Kreuger, the president of PBS, "Ken Burns and I travel all over the United States, after hearing your performance; we turned to each other and agreed that we had witnesses something amazing!"