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📓 I publish a notebook to improve your French...


I am so happy. I'm going to show you what I got today. I think you will really like it. I can't wait to open the box, I have five more. I really think you're going to like it. So let's see how it looks.

I can't do it. Are you ready? I'm so happy. Tadaaaam. I'm going to open this and I'm going to tell you what it is and more importantly how to order it if you're interested. I'm going to go sit on my couch and tell you all about it. I can finally tell you about this notebook project I've been working on for months.

"Mon carnet de français" is a notebook that allows you to progress in French, to practice your French based on your daily life. For 90 days, we will work together 10 to 15 minutes a day.

This notebook contains 160 pages including 90 pages of writing, vocabulary, pronunciation, listening comprehension and reading exercises. Each day, you will also learn a useful French expression.

You also have 40 pages of vocabulary cards, common mistakes to avoid, French cooking recipes and conjugation tables of commonly used verbs. I'll show you the inside of the notebook right away. The notebook is divided into three months.

Every month, you will be able to define your goals and above all, you will be able to follow everything you do to progress in French thanks to a tracker. So every day, you will be able to indicate the date above each page. So, as I said, you will have vocabulary, writing and reading exercises. Here, for example, I suggest you open your refrigerator and write in French everything you have inside.

This is a good exercise to see or learn vocabulary. On Day 2, I suggest that you write about a dream you had during the night. You have texts to read aloud on points of French culture. Thanks to QR codes, you will also be able to listen to me reading to check your pronunciation or you will be able to listen to dialogues.

You also have, as I said, pronunciation exercises where you can listen to the words pronounced correctly. You have spaces reserved for taking notes. And every seven days, every week, you will have cards to help you progress. For example, there are instructional cards here to teach you colloquial language. Or here, you have a table with the most commonly used verbs in French. You also have little recipes, like here, the crêpes.

This notebook exists in two versions : a paper version like this one, which you can see, and also a digital version, in PDF. If you choose the digital version, you will have two files. A PDF to print at home and a second one that you can edit directly from your computer.

So, all the parts to be completed, you'll see, they will be editable directly from the PDF and you'll just have to save it and every day reopen it to be able to continue completing it. I deliver the paper version anywhere in the world and for the launch, delivery is free for two weeks.

I deliver from France, so of course depending on the country you live in. The delivery can take a little time, as you can imagine. Until August 29th, the books will be shipped the same day or the day after the order.

So, until August 29th. But as I am in charge of everything, after that I am going on my honeymoon. So the deadline will be a little longer. But everything will be clearly indicated on the site. This is for the paper version. If you want to receive it more quickly, I advise you to order it before August 29th.

However, for the online version, you can of course order it at any time and receive it a few minutes later and download it. You will find the link to buy the booklet on my website in the description. I hope that you will like this book and that it will help you to really progress in French.

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