Merci beaucoup for subscribing and becoming part of the French Truly tribe!
I am thrilled you have joined us and honored to share my beautiful language and culture with you!
In fact, you’ve already become a little bit more French just by signing up!
How? C’est très simple: first you’ll receive your course spread out over 3 days so you can fully enjoy and digest each step.
Located, here on this page you’ll find STEP 1, tomorrow you’ll receive STEP 2 and the day after STEP 3.
Then I’ll be sending you some concrete help via French Truly TV videos and French music posts every single Thursday to help you master the French language & culture.
What’s happening today?
How about we start gently with a little bit of French manners? You may already be aware that France is an old and fairly traditional country and that therefore, formal usually goes down better than casual, at least with people you’re not too familiar with.
You probably already know bonjour et au revoir and you might also have already heard and used salut. So today I want to go a little deeper in the greetings so you become aware of the mistakes that most students make even when they have a fairly good level!
So, have you ever made one of these mistakes when greeting in French?
What happens next?
Look out for STEP 2 in your inbox tomorrow followed by STEP 3 the day after! Remember I have intentionally spread each step on 3 days because I’m giving you a lot of content and resources through this mini-course so take your time and enjoy!
And of course from now on you’ll receive concrete help via French Truly TV videos and French music posts every Thursday to help you master the French language & culture.
…look out for STEP 2 in your inbox tomorrow! Today was an easy way in, tomorrow will be a little bit more intense with A LOT of interesting and helpful resources!
I’m so excited to have you as a subscriber! And to start helping you Become a little bit French! Now, remember if there is anything you need, just write to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bisous et merci encore!
Virginie, your French friend helping you become a little bit French.
See you tomorrow first name or should I say, à demain!