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Dates: August 1, 8, 15, and 22

Times: Thursdays from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Instructor: Madame Cecilia Creamer


Cost: $180 non-members / $140 members


Learn more than the fundamentals of French pronunciation, by learning the different types of pronunciation in consonants, vowels and syllables, as well as intonation and fluency in old and new vocabulary.


The vocabulary will be presented alone and in context in French dialogues. This course also supports the Standards for Foreign Language Learning engaging in the five Cs: Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons, and Communities.



  • Les lettre muettes (silent letters)

  • Les consonnes finales (final consonants)

  • La voyelle nasale (nasal vowel sounds)

  • Les voyelles nasales (an, en)

  • L’accent final (final accent)

  • La consonne “r” (the consonant “r”)

  • La voyelle “a” (the vowel a)

  • Les voyelles “i” et “u” (the vowels i and u)

  • La voyelle “y” (vowel y)

  • Les articles “le et les” (the article the)

  • Les consonnes finales (the final consonants) (masculine and feminine forms)

  • Les lettres “ch” (consonant ch

  • )Les semi-voyelles “w” et “j” (vowels w and j)

  • Les voyelles “o” et “on” (vowels o and on)

  • Les lettres “an” et “en”

  • Les lettres “gn” (letters gn)

  • Les lettres “qu” (letter qu)

  • Open and closed vowels

  • Diacritics for meaning

Essentials in French Pronunciation

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