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How to say 'her' in French

The French words for her are son and sa. The word son is used with masculine nouns and the word sa is used with feminine nouns.

Examples of using the word 'her' in French

sa tête
her head
sa pomme
her apple
son dictionnaire
her dictionary
son père
her father
son stylo
her pen

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Speak! French knows which words and phrases you've already learned and those you still need to practice. Each lesson contains listening practice, a printable French-English dictionary and the opportunity to record your voice and see how your accent compares to French native speakers.

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Key Points

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  • Voice recognition to improve your French accent
  • French talking dictionary
  • Runs on Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista and XP
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The lesson process is agile and fun. I really like it and I'm learning too.

Published on Jan. 24, 2017 by Nunila from Asuncion, Paraguay

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A lot for the price

I am very impressed with the software. You get a lot for the price. I bought individual books that taught you a fraction of what this software teaches you for a lot more. I love the audio. This is absolutely fantastic.
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Published on Sept. 25, 2015 by Alia from Ashburn, United States

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My experience with this course

This really is excellent learning material. I started with French and from day one I learned many words. It all depends on what you want to learn. There are two ways to learn, the automatic way where the program gives you the guidelines and the other way, where you choose the lessons you want. Then you finish the level and advance to the next and learn more. It has the statistics of what you have learned and you can see how your pronunciation is. I can also say that the audio is very clear. I recommend these courses.more...

Published on Dec. 20, 2015 by Jonathan from Dajabon, Dominican Republic

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Must-have language learning SW!

A friend recommended TeachMe! French to me. I gave it a try and - I love it!

It's a lot better than anything else I've tried before. Once I got started with the program, I simply couldn't stop!

The story and the exercises are fun to do and very effective.

I really enjoy learning with this software. Thank you for such a great product!
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Published on March 19, 2014 by Lothar from Munich, Germany

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Average Customer Review:

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Top Reasons why people learn French

Meet someone new

Learning French will increase the number of people on the globe whom you can meet. Many people who have learned French have met their husband or wife because of it.

Personal development

Bilingualism enhances mental abilities in both children and adults. Research indicates that knowing two languages reduces your chances of developing Alzheimer's.

Friends

If your friends speak French, learning French will give you a better understanding of their culture and way of thinking. If you have friends who speak French, learning French will help you to communicate with them.

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Basic words and phrases in French

Get by in French with these basic French words & phrases.

I was born in England.

Je suis né en Angleterre.

I am learning German.

J'apprends l'allemand.

I am happy.

Je suis content.

I am twenty years old.

J'ai vingt ans.

I am tired.

Je suis fatiguée.

I was born in Canada.

Je suis née au Canada.

My name is Peter.

Je m'appelle Pierre.

I am sick.

Je suis malade.