3 Minute French Course 1 Language lessons for beginners

Learn to speak French you can use in everyday real-world situations – all in just 3-minute chunks!
3 Minute French Course 1 Language lessons for beginners
File Size :
586.49 MB
Total length :
6h 1m


Kieran Ball


Last update

Last updated 11/2022



3 Minute French Course 1 Language lessons for beginners

What you’ll learn

Speak French confidently and comfortably in everyday situations
Understand what’s being said back to you
Be more than just an average tourist when travelling to French speaking countries
Go from complete beginner to building your own sentences after the very first lesson
Build a solid base vocabulary of words and phrases you can use straight away in the real world
Understand and use grammatical and linguistic features of the French language with ease
Understand the structure of the French language
Give your opinions in French
Give descriptions of things in French
Greet the locals when you are in a French speaking country
Order food and drinks in French
Get to grips with French pronunciation

3 Minute French Course 1 Language lessons for beginners


The good thing about this course is that it is taught under the assumption that you know no French and nothing about languages
Everything is explained clearly and thoroughly without the use of confusing terminology


Bonjour et bienvenue :-)(Hello and welcome)There is nothing more thrilling than being able to speak to the locals in their own language when you visit a foreign country. Well, now you can experience that amazing feeling too!My name is Kieran Ball and I’ve been teaching foreign languages in my hometown for over fifteen years. I love languages, I love learning and I love teaching. I also love chocolate, but this isn’t really the place to discuss my chocoholism!I created 3 Minute French as a way to make learning French easier than ever before and accessible to anybody, especially people who have tried and failed in the past. My course is perfect for the complete beginner as I break down the French language into tiny chunks that I show you how to build back together again in a logical, simple to understand way. You can go from knowing no French at all to putting together your own sentences in just a few minutes. Watch the free preview lessons below and you’ll see what I mean.TRY THE FREE PREVIEW LESSONSI really want everybody to see that they can learn to speak French, so I’ve turned the first fifteen videos of this course into free previews, meaning you can watch them without even signing up. If nothing else, I just want you to see how easy it is to learn French.HOW DOES 3 MINUTE FRENCH WORK?As the name suggests, each lesson in this course lasts just three minutes (more or less!). In each lesson, you learn a tiny chunk of French that you can use to build sentences. As you work through the course, you learn more and more little chunks and your sentences will gradually get longer and longer.The chunks that you learn in the first lessons are carried through to the last lessons. This means you don’t have to worry about trying to remember everything; you will get so much opportunity for practice that you will find the words and phrases just sink into your brain.The lessons in this course are focused, practical and effective, and you will build language skills that you can use straight away in real-world situations. You will be able to speak French comfortably and with confidence whenever you’re in a French speaking country.WHY 3 MINUTES?When you begin learning something new, you tend to start off with lots of excitement and motivation. You might spend a few hours on the first day learning, but then the next day, you can only manage one hour, and then that goes down to half an hour, and then you get bored and you give up. Well, the reason behind the very short lessons is that it helps you to stay motivated and it also enhances the learning process.By keeping your learning to short chunks, you will find three wonderful things start to happen:1. You will maintain enthusiasmIf you want to learn anything, you have to maintain enthusiasm or else you won’t continue. If you limit your study time to just three minutes, you’ll keep French fresh and exciting and you’ll be eager to learn. If you spend hours studying, very quickly you’ll get bored with French and it’ll turn into a chore.2. You will study more consistentlyIt’s much better to study for just three minutes once a day than to study for three hours once a week. A spare three minutes is relatively easy to find even in the most hectic of schedules. If you make sure you complete at least one three-minute study session every day, it’ll quickly become a habit that you’ll do without thinking. It’s much easier to fit in a daily three-minute habit than a weekly one-hour habit. By doing this, you’ll become a much more consistent learner, and consistency is the key to success.3. You will remember things betterThis is my favourite reason as to why you should limit your study to just three-minute chunks. If you study something for just three minutes every day, you’ll trick your brain into memorising the information more quickly than if it were to see the information for hours each day. It’ll think, “I see this information every day so it must be important, but I don’t see it for very long, so I’d better hold onto it and make it into a memory fast!” You’ll be amazed at how much more easily things tend to stay in your brain if you limit yourself to just three minutes a day.So, that’s why I keep the lessons to just three minutes.A METHOD THAT REALLY WORKSI can’t quite believe it, but over 350,000 people in more than 200 countries have now used 3 Minute Languages to learn to speak a foreign language. It still amazes me when I get an email from somebody on the other side of the world telling me how much they have enjoyed learning French with me. Apart from the thrill it gives me to find out people are listening to my voice in places like Mongolia, Peru and even Fiji, it also confirms to me that the 3 Minute Languages courses work well.So, if you want a course that teaches you to speak French you can use in everyday situations using a simple and fun method, then sign up to 3 Minute French today.Merci :-)Kieran


Section 1: Introduction to the course

Lecture 1 What is 3 Minute French?

Section 2: Lesson 1

Lecture 2 Lesson 1a

Lecture 3 Lesson 1b

Lecture 4 Lesson 1c

Lecture 5 Lesson 1d

Lecture 6 Lesson 1e

Lecture 7 Quizlet cards for lesson 1

Section 3: Lesson 2

Lecture 8 Lesson 2a

Lecture 9 Lesson 2b

Lecture 10 Lesson 2c

Lecture 11 Lesson 2d

Lecture 12 Lesson 2e

Lecture 13 Lesson 2f

Lecture 14 Lesson 2g

Lecture 15 Lesson 2h

Lecture 16 Lesson 2i

Lecture 17 Lesson 2j

Lecture 18 PDF version of “Let’s Practise” | Lesson 2

Lecture 19 Quizlet cards for lesson 2

Section 4: Lesson 3

Lecture 20 Lesson 3a

Lecture 21 Lesson 3b

Lecture 22 Lesson 3c

Lecture 23 Lesson 3d

Lecture 24 Lesson 3e

Lecture 25 Lesson 3f

Lecture 26 Lesson 3g

Lecture 27 Lesson 3h

Lecture 28 Lesson 3i

Lecture 29 Lesson 3j

Lecture 30 Lesson 3k

Lecture 31 PDF version of “Let’s Practise” | Lesson 3

Lecture 32 Quizlet cards for lesson 3

Section 5: Lesson 4

Lecture 33 Lesson 4a

Lecture 34 Lesson 4b

Lecture 35 Lesson 4c

Lecture 36 Lesson 4d

Lecture 37 Lesson 4e

Lecture 38 Lesson 4f

Lecture 39 Lesson 4g

Lecture 40 Lesson 4h

Lecture 41 Lesson 4i

Lecture 42 Lesson 4j

Lecture 43 PDF version of “Let’s Practise” | Lesson 4

Lecture 44 Quizlet cards for lesson 4

Section 6: Lesson 5

Lecture 45 Lesson 5a

Lecture 46 Lesson 5b

Lecture 47 Lesson 5c

Lecture 48 Lesson 5d

Lecture 49 Lesson 5e

Lecture 50 Lesson 5f

Lecture 51 Lesson 5g

Lecture 52 Lesson 5h

Lecture 53 Lesson 5i

Lecture 54 Lesson 5j

Lecture 55 Lesson 5k

Lecture 56 Lesson 5l

Lecture 57 Lesson 5m

Lecture 58 PDF version of “Let’s Practise” | Lesson 5

Lecture 59 Quizlet cards for lesson 5

Section 7: Lesson 6

Lecture 60 Lesson 6a

Lecture 61 Lesson 6b

Lecture 62 Lesson 6c

Lecture 63 Lesson 6d

Lecture 64 Lesson 6e

Lecture 65 Lesson 6f

Lecture 66 Lesson 6g

Lecture 67 Lesson 6h

Lecture 68 Lesson 6i

Lecture 69 PDF version of “Let’s Practise” | Lesson 6

Lecture 70 Quizlet cards for lesson 6

Section 8: Lesson 7

Lecture 71 Lesson 7a

Lecture 72 Lesson 7b

Lecture 73 Lesson 7c

Lecture 74 Lesson 7d

Lecture 75 Lesson 7e

Lecture 76 Lesson 7f

Lecture 77 Lesson 7g

Lecture 78 Lesson 7h

Lecture 79 Lesson 7i

Lecture 80 Lesson 7j

Lecture 81 PDF version of “Let’s Practise” | Lesson 7

Lecture 82 Quizlet cards for lesson 7

Section 9: Lesson 8

Lecture 83 Lesson 8a

Lecture 84 Lesson 8b

Lecture 85 Lesson 8c

Lecture 86 Lesson 8d

Lecture 87 Lesson 8e

Lecture 88 Lesson 8f

Lecture 89 Lesson 8g

Lecture 90 Lesson 8h

Lecture 91 Lesson 8i

Lecture 92 Lesson 8j

Lecture 93 Lesson 8k

Lecture 94 Lesson 8l

Lecture 95 Lesson 8m

Lecture 96 Lesson 8n

Lecture 97 PDF version of “Let’s Practise” | Lesson 8

Lecture 98 Quizlet cards for lesson 8

Section 10: Lesson 9

Lecture 99 Lesson 9a

Lecture 100 Lesson 9b

Lecture 101 Lesson 9c

Lecture 102 Lesson 9d

Lecture 103 Lesson 9e

Lecture 104 Lesson 9f

Lecture 105 Lesson 9g

Lecture 106 Lesson 9h

Lecture 107 Lesson 9i

Lecture 108 PDF version of “Let’s Practise” | Lesson 9

Lecture 109 Quizlet cards for lesson 9

Section 11: Recap notes

Lecture 110 Recap notes

Lecture 111 Vocabulary Expansion Sheets

Lecture 112 Au Restaurant – Salad

Lecture 113 Au Restaurant – Vegetables

Lecture 114 Au Restaurant – Fish and Seafood

Lecture 115 Au Restaurant – Meat

Lecture 116 Au Restaurant – Other things

Lecture 117 Au Restaurant – Condiments

Lecture 118 Au Restaurant – Dessert

Lecture 119 Au Restaurant – French cuisine

Lecture 120 Au Restaurant – Fruit

Lecture 121 Au Restaurant – Drinks

Lecture 122 Au Restaurant – Cutlery

Lecture 123 Numbers 0-50

Lecture 124 Numbers 51-100

Lecture 125 Numbers 101-1000

Section 12: Mots croisés – Crosswords

Lecture 126 Bumper End Of Course Crossword

Lecture 127 Au Restaurant Crossword 1

Lecture 128 Au Restaurant Crossword 2

Section 13: Bonus lecture

Lecture 129 Free language learning articles and videos

Lecture 130 Vocabulary Expansion Sheets – Where are they?

Lecture 131 Where to find course 2

Lecture 132 Some bonus videos

Lecture 133 Bonus lecture

You really want to learn to speak French in a very simple and very quick way,You are going to spend a holiday/vacation in France or another French speaking country,You have failed to learn French in the past, but really want to give it one more go,You have no experience with French, but you would like to learn fast,You have always wanted to learn a new language, but you are very busy and can never find the time

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