Guess the French word! Game/Quiz – Learn French Vocab – EN & FR Subtitles

In the 31st episode of Follow My French I invite you to play a language learning game with me! I will describe something in French and you will have to guess what word it is! Suitable for beginners to intermediate level.
During my French classes in Paris it was forbidden to speak English in class, so if you wanted to know how to say something in French, you had to describe which word you were looking to say – in French!! I believe playing games like this and getting used to describing what you don’t know in French will eventually allow you to learn French entirely IN French!

== MY STORY! How am I learning French?/ German? ==

I am English and have been teaching myself French since late 2014.
I document my language learning journey on my YouTube, sharing videos speaking in French, app reviews, method updates, French music recommendations and more!
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I began learning French with Duolingo but found Babbel was better and learnt up to B1 using Babbel.
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From late 2015 onward I tried other methods for learning French such as MOOCs, books, conversation partners and a short course in Paris (Summer 2016).
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Beginning in January 2017 I started making videos in speaking in French on my channel. All have English subtitles and most also have French subtitles too!
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In January 2018 I tried learning some basic German, but I have currently put my learning on hold to focus on French.
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== My French YouTube Video Playlists ==

My French Learning Series:

Videos of me speaking in French (with subtitles):

Vlog-Style French videos:

French Music Recommendations:

Video French lessons by me:

Language learning app reviews:

== Contact & Social media ==

Find my French poster shop here! (I may add German posters later):

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French Poster shop & Blog:


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Note on the subtitles:
I am a French learner myself so I frequently make errors when I’m speaking. I try to highlight these errors in the subtitles by putting errors in red and corrections in green. However these subtitles have been written by me, so there are potentially also mistakes in the subtitles and corrections!
Hopefully errors will be infrequent: you should check the comments section for corrections that viewers suggest, and consult a French teacher if you wish to be sure that a certain phrase is correct.