Text of the video on ChatGPT and learning French
Do you know a good channel to learn French?
I'll be offended if he doesn't know. I cover my eyes.
Will the chatGPT put me out of work soon?
In this video, we will see if it is possible to learn French with an artificial intelligence thanks to the chatGPT.
I'm sure you've all heard about this cat. It's all we're talking about right now. So what I'm going to do today is I'm going to ask him some questions to see if he can replace me.
If you can stop watching my YouTube channel right now and use it to learn French.
So already, I'm going to ask him is it possible for you to teach me French? Of course, I can help you learn French by giving you clear explanations and answering your questions. What aspects of French would you like to learn first?
It's true that when you learn a language, you need vocabulary above all. Can you tell me what vocabulary words I need to learn?
What are the most important words for speaking French?
Well, I'm telling you, I don't think this is going to make you bilingual in French. So he answers me: Of course, here is the list of important vocabulary words to speak French.
He gives me a list of ten points with the articles le, la, les. It's not much, there are many more articles than that in French.
Common nouns house, book, tree.
Well, if you only use these three words house, book, tree, I don't think you'll get very far in French.
This list is far from exhaustive, but these words will help you build simple French sentences and communicate effectively.
I don't think you'll be able to do without me. We'll ask him if it's easy to learn French.
Learning French can be easy or difficult depending on many factors such as your level of motivation, your ability to retain new information and your ability to practice regularly.
However, French is a Romance language. If you already speak another Romance language such as Spanish, Italian or Portuguese, you may find that learning French is easier.
So he also tells us: It's also important to find a learning method that works for you. Like taking online courses. He's a very smart cat. So, find a tutor, participate in language practice activities or use online resources such as books and website applications to improve your French.
So, in the end, learning French can be a challenge, but with motivation and perseverance, you can do it.
This is very good because it is very motivating. Afterwards, for the moment, he hasn't really taught us much, really in pure French.
So what are we going to ask him?
Make me a plan to learn French in 30 days.
He tells me from day 1 to 5, start by learning basic greetings, common phrases such as "Hello, how are you?" "Thank you." "Excuse me."
Study the personal pronouns I, you, he, she, we, you, they.
Learn to form simple sentences such as "my name is", "I am from..." using personal pronouns and the verbs to be, to have.
It's not bad, huh.
Day 11-15. Learn phrases like "it's a beautiful day" and "he's got a good temper." This is a little weird. He's got a good temper. We don't say that very often. It means that someone is easy to get along with.
It's a beautiful day, we don't say that too much either. We say it's a beautiful day.
You see, there too. I see in the day 26 to 30.
Practice common verbs by using more complex sentences such as "I'm going shopping." There's no problem. But "I want to give a gift."
We won't say that in French, we'll say "I want to give a gift".
"I want to give a gift" is very weird.
After the logic of the plan it's not bad, but it's true that in practice, it's not the best plan I've seen for learning French.
We'll ask him if he knows a good YouTube channel to learn French.
Do you know a good YouTube channel to learn French. Attention, verdict.
So he offers us YouTube channels.
It offers us the right teachers. I don't know this channel.
TV5 Monde, so that's great. But it's not specific...
TV5 Monde, it's a TV channel too. It's not specifically for learning French, but it's very interesting content to watch in French.
"Français avec Pierre", this is a great channel, it's a bit, it's a bit the king on YouTube of French learning.
"Comme une Française", I don't know at all and "Learn French with Vincent" I don't know either. But he doesn't seem to know us, so we'll ask him if he knows Hellofrench.
Do you know it? I'll be offended if he doesn't know.
Learn French with Elisabeth Hellofrench.
I cover my eyes.
Yes, I know it. It's a YouTube channel that offers French lessons for beginners as well as for intermediate and advanced levels. It also offers tips on how to improve your listening and writing skills as well as your pronunciation.
The channel is run by Elisabeth. That's me. A qualified and passionate French teacher. It's a great resource for those looking to learn French using videos and clear explanations.
Thank you GPT cat. He was super nice to me. He gave me nice compliments.
So what else could we ask of him?
I'm going to have her correct some sentences. I will ask him: "Should I write I love you" with an s in "love" or "I love you"?
You see here he doesn't actually understand the question. He can't spot the error.
It's good that you asked that question because you can see that you can't rely on 100 % to an artificial intelligence to learn a language.
So, obviously, the mistake is that there is no "s" in "likes". When it's "I" with first group verbs, it always ends with "e" in the first person singular.
Never with an "s". You like it, there's an "s". But I like it. There is no "s", so he is wrong, he doesn't understand my question.
He thinks I'm asking him if he should be on first-name or last-name terms.
I'm going to put it down differently.
Is there a spelling mistake? I love you my subscribers!
Let's see if he'll spot the foul.
As you can see, he doesn't see that there's a fault in fact. He doesn't see and that's problematic.
It's very strange. On the other hand, he says "no, there is no spelling mistake in this sentence" and then he corrects it when he rewrites.
So that's still a problem. So what else could we ask of him?
We will ask him to give us a little test in French.
Can you help me review the imperfect tense with a quiz?
Of course, I can help you revise the imperfect tense in French through a quiz.
Here are five questions to practice.
Oh, but you see, it's good, it allows you to do exercises.
So afterwards, I suppose I can answer by making the sentences and he will correct me. He puts the answers underneath. So you have to hide them because they are visible, but it's not bad that he can offer you little tests.
And then we'll ask him one last question.
What are the most difficult rules to learn in French?
So he tells me the conjugation which is very complex, that's true. Gender and number agreements, with adjectives. The syntax.
He's kind of telling me everything here. Everything is complicated. Pronunciation yes, so that's it. It's the conjugation, the agreement in gender and number, the syntax and the rules of pronunciation, it's a lot of complicated things.
He didn't really point out some complex rules.
As soon as it's questions that are a bit... Not with a very clear scientific answer, he always answers a bit off.
The results of this test with artificial intelligence. I find that to create exercises, quizzes, it's really good. I think it's really great.
To give you customized tests on the points you want to improve to make you work to revise.
On the other hand, it's true that for the rest, I think it will be difficult to replace a real teacher or at least more interactive content.
So here it is, tell me in comments what you think about it. If you use the chatGPT for your French practice. To try to progress.
I think it may not be the best tool, but feel free to tell me what you think.
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