Your pronunciation is crucial to communicate effectively when you speak or listen French. In order to improve your oral skills, you will find in our posts, information about intonation, phonetics, liaisons and rythm in French. Put them into practice, your French will be clearer and you will feel better understood.

  • Liaisons in French

    Liaison in French

    French pronunciation sometimes seems to be hard because of liaisons.

    When a French word ends in consonant, it is normally silent. In some cases, the final consonant can liaise and be pronounced with the next word begins with a vowel : that’s a liaison.

    Here are, in the French post, rules about the required liaisons and the forbidden liaisons which should never happen.

    We hope it will be helpful.

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