French course 10: learn to ask open-ended questions

French course 10: learn to ask open-ended questions in French

Learn to ask open-ended questions in French
This tenth French course for beginners consists of 7 lessons: 2 lessons in communication, 1 lesson in grammar and 4 lessons in conjugation. Take the time to study each video well by watching them as many times as necessary. Don't try to go too fast. Take the time to master each lesson before moving on to the next. If necessary, feel free to go back and revise lessons already seen. For each video, we show you a complementary article that will allow you to better learn each lesson.

French communication lesson 11: ask open-ended questions in French

This communication video is the mainstay of this course: it is the most important video of this tenth French course. It will teach you how to ask open-ended questions in French. The other videos are complements to better master this act of communication.

You will find more explanations of this communication lesson "ask open-ended questions in French" in this article.

French grammar lesson 1: French subject personal pronouns

In connection with the communication lesson “ask open-ended questions in French”, knowing the French subject personal pronouns will allow you to ask open-ended questions according to the gender (masculine or feminine) and the number (singular or plural) of your interlocutor(s).


You will find more explanations of French subject personal pronouns here.

French conjugation lesson 1: verb être (to be) in the present tense in French

In connection with the communication lesson "ask open-ended questions in French", knowing the conjugation of the French verb “être” in the present tense is essential. This will allow you to ask open-ended questions requiring the use of this conjugation. For example :“Qu’est-ce que c’est ?”, “Qui est français dans la classe ?”, “Pourquoi es-tu content ?”, etc.

You will find more explanations of the conjugation of the French verb “être” in the present tense on this page.

French conjugation lesson 3: verb aller (to go or to be fine) in the present tense in French

Compared to the communication lesson "ask open-ended questions in French", knowing the conjugation of the French verb “aller” in the present tense is useful. This will allow you to ask open-ended questions requiring the use of this conjugation. For example: “Where are you going?”


You will find more explanations on the conjugation of the French verb “aller” in the present tense in this article.

French conjugation lesson 4: French verbs in ER (1st group) in the present tense

In connection with the communication lesson "asking open-ended questions in French", knowing the conjugation of the French verbs in ER (verbs of the 1st group) in the present tense is essential. This will allow you to ask open-ended questions requiring the use of this conjugation. For example: “Tu habites où ?”, “Où travailles-tu ?”, “Pourquoi tu étudies le français ?”, etc.

You will find more explanations on the conjugation of the French verbs in ER in the present tense here.

French conjugation lesson 5: French irregular verbs in ER in the present tense

In connection with the communication lesson "asking open-ended questions in French", knowing the conjugation of the French irregular verbs in ER (verbs of the 1st group) in the present tense is necessary. This will allow you to ask open-ended questions requiring the use of this conjugation. For example: “Quand est-ce qu’on mange ?”, “Comment t’appelles-tu ?”, etc.

You will find more explanations on the conjugation of the French irregular verbs in ER in the present tense on this page.

French communication lesson 13: shopping at the market in French

Compared to the communication lesson “asking open-ended questions in French”, the communication lesson “shopping at the market in French” will train you to ask questions with the French interrogative pronoun “combien”. Par exemple : “Combien ça coûte ?”, “Combien coûte le kilo de bananes, s’il vous plaît ?”, “Ça  coûte combien”, etc.

You will find more explanations of this communication lesson "shopping at the market in French" in this article.

To learn how to ask questions, you can also study the French course 5: learn to ask closed questions in French.

Once you have successfully mastered this tenth French course “learn to ask open-ended questions in French”, you will be able to move on to the next course:


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