Basics of French Pronunciation

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For registration assistance: 608-262-2451
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Struggling with French pronunciation? Want to become more comfortable speaking French? This six-lesson online course contains clear explanations, practice exercises and sets of drills to help you understand and refine the fundamentals of French pronunciation with one-on-one feedback from your instructor. Enrollment is ongoing; you’ll have two months to complete the course. A great preparation or review! No prerequisite needed.

Audiobook: "Secrets of French Pronunciation" by Camille Chevalier-Karfis. Please contact your instructor for purchase information.

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Earn Continuing Education Hours

By participating in this class you will earn:

Instructional Hours 15
University of Wisconsin Continuing Education Units 1.5

Explanation of Continuing Education Hours

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Program Questions?

Contact Christopher Moore at christopher.moore@wisc.edu or 608-262-7389

Registration Questions?

Email registrations@pyle.wisc.edu or call 608-262-2451.

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Meet your instructor

Stacy Ann Black

(MA, University of Maine) is an online French instructor. She has a degree in French literature and has always been passionate about teaching the beautiful French language. She enjoys working with adult learners who inspire her with their dedication to learning new things. She appreciates that each learner has a unique reason for wanting to learn French.

What Attendees Are Saying

I enormously appreciated the professor giving me feedback in French — not that I understood every word on the first playing of her video critiques, but her feedback in French added realism and professionalism. Moreover, the professor was notably prompt in responding to my posted assignments. (As a professor emeritus, I admit that she set a high bar for grading student work.) Finally, my professor was extremely encouraging. The assignments seemed daunting, but her encouragement helped me accomplish the learning objectives. Thank you!
— Steve Raymer, Professor Emeritus, Indiana University Media School
Great job, start-to-finish. Merci beaucoup. A bientôt!
— Cathy Middlecamp, Professor Emerita, UW–Madison