Albanian Language Home
This is a copy of the French page that is currently being converted to Albanian
Quickly learn essential Albanian phrases for traveling, in easy single-serving doses! Great for beginners!
Each "serving" is composed of:
Free Printable Booklets[ Learn More ]
4 sections in one printable booklet, with over 100 words and phrases total.
Web Pages w/clickable Audio
View each page on your computer. Click each word or phrase to hear it!
All audio is from native speakers.
Each page of the printed booklet corresponds to one web page
Full page Audio Files with English and Albanian[ Learn More ]
Each file corresponds to one page of the booklet. 2-3 minute long mp3 audio file of each page/section that you can listen to anywhere.
About 30 phrases per section - includes the English.
French is spoken throughout France, parts of Canada and Belgium, a large portion of Switzerland, in most of the former French colonies as either a first or second language and by people the world over as a second language.
My goal is for single-serving to be a one-stop shop for French foreign language needs for tourists, travelers, business, self-learners, or anyone with an interest in languages. When you are done looking at the site, download the MP3 Audio file and print the Acrobat Booklet. You can use them together anywhere: at work or home on your computer or on the road with a portable mp3 player. You can even copy the audio to CD or tape and take it with you on your travels. Practice the pronunciation before you travel and then just carry the booklet with you. Look at what's here and use it for travel or learning.
One of the reasons that I began doing this site, was the difficulty I had using the phonetic pronunciations given in most phrase guides. The problem is that either one has to learn the international phonetic alphabet, or guess how the author thinks that someone would pronounce certain letter combinations. I avoid phonetics and use audio from real native speakers. There is no mistaking how a word should be pronounced. Only knowing a word or phrase is half the battle; you must be able to be understood. Hearing a native pronounce the words is the greatest aid to pronunciation. Practice is the key to learning (as if your parents haven't been telling you that all along). Go to France, Belgium, Canada, or Switzerland, and speak! Don't let them speak English with you!
French Language Links
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