French course 8: learn to describe a person

French course 8: learn to describe a person in French

Learn to describe a person in French

This eighth French course is made up of 9 lessons: 2 lessons in communication, 2 lessons in grammar, 2 lessons in conjugation and 3 lessons in vocabulary. 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 9: describe a person in French

This communication video is the mainstay of this course: it is the most important video of this eighth French course. It will teach you how to describe a person in French. The other videos are complements to better master this act of communication.


You will find more explanations on this communication lesson "describe a person in French" in this article.

French communication lesson 6: ask closed questions in French

Compared to the “describe a person in French” communication lesson, knowing how to ask closed questions will allow you to ask simple questions in order to obtain information relating to the description of a person in French.


You will find more explanations of this communication lesson "ask closed questions in French" on this page.

French grammar lesson 10: the comparison (plus, moins, aussi, autant) in French

In connection with the communication lesson “describe a person in French”, knowing the comparison (plus, moins, aussi, autant), will allow you to compare a person to another or to yourself in French.


You will find more explanations of the French comparison with plus, moins, aussi and autant here.

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

To describe a person in French, you need to know the conjugation of the French verb “être” in the present tense in the third person singular (il / elle).


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

French conjugation lesson 2: verb avoir (to have) in the present tense in French

To describe a person in French, you need to know the conjugation of the French verb “avoir” in the present tense in the third person singular (il / elle).

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

French vocabulary lesson 11: parts of the body and face in French

In connection with the communication lesson "describe a person in French", this vocabulary lesson will allow you to describe the parts of the body and face of a person in French.

You can find more explanations of the French vocabulary of body parts and face here.

French grammar lesson 9: French descriptive adjectives

Compared to the communication lesson of “describe a person in French”, mastering French descriptive adjectives is essential.


You will find more explanations of French descriptive adjectives in this article.

French vocabulary lesson 12: French clothing vocabulary

In connection with the communication lesson “describe a person in French”, this vocabulary lesson will allow you to describe the clothes and accessories worn by a person in French.


You will find more explanations of the French vocabulary of clothes and accessories on this page.

French vocabulary lesson 10: colors in French

Related to the communication lesson "describe a person in French", this vocabulary lesson will allow you to express the color of a person's eyes and hair in French.


You will find more explanations on the French vocabulary of colors ici.
Once you have successfully mastered this eighth “learn to describe a person” French course, you can proceed to the next course:


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