French Frequency Dictionary 1 - Essential Vocabulary

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Learning French for Beginners: 2500 Most Common French Words

This French frequency dictionary contains practical vocabulary for both spoken and written French. This book covers all basic French words for beginners.

With this book, you will learn French fast and efficiently.

To help you become fluent fast, the French word list in this book contains:
  • English translation(s)
  • French to English example sentences
  • Phonetic spelling of French words
  • Detailed Part of Speech information.

The Best Way of Learning French?

Not all words are created equal. Some words are used more than other words. The most common French words are more important to know than the more uncommon words.

Research has shown that the most used 2.500 French words account for 92% of all spoken language, and 82% of all written French texts. 

This is quite impressive. Out of the 300.000 French words in current use, you only need to know the top 2.500 to be fluent enough for daily life.

The secret to becoming fluent fast, is by learning the most used French words first. 

And everyone can do it. If you learn just ten words per day, you will reach 2500 words in 8 months' time. That is enough to be considered fluent!


Studies have shown that the most used 2.500 words account for 92% of all spoken French, and 82% of all written French text.

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What is Inside This French Dictionary?

A neatly organized French word list based on the most used French words. It gives you a structured way of quickly learning basic French vocabulary. 

This book gives you a simple yet convenient way of learning French, providing you with common French words and phrases.

All raw data has been lemmatized. Some "frequency dictionaries" list conjugations of verbs and adjectives as separate entries. This dictionary does not. It lists only the root word. 

All entries contain a French to English sample sentence so that you can see French words in context. It will also help you by giving you French reading practice. You will learn French by reading the sample sentences, too. 

French pronunciation can sometimes be challenging. Because you want to know how to pronounce words correctly, we added phonetic transcriptions. We used the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) to spell words phonetically. 

 You can divide this French to English dictionary into three parts.

  • The general French frequency list. 2.500 French words ranked by how often they occur.

  • Frequency ranking by part of speech. We give you a frequency list of French nouns, adverbs, adjectives, verbs, prepositions, pronouns, numerals. This way, you can laser-target where you want to improve.

  • 2.500 French words in alphabetical order. If you forget a word, and you want to look up its meaning. Take a look at the alphabetical dictionary in the back of the book.


French Words for Beginners

The French Frequency Dictionary – Essential Vocabulary gives you a list of basic French words for beginners. It is the best way to learn basic French fast.

If you study the most-used French words, you will quickly gain a practical, base vocabulary. These high-frequency words provide excellent lessons for beginner French students.

You can use this dictionary as a stand-alone tool. You can also combine it with any other language learning courses, lessons, apps, audio methods, or books. This book roughly covers CEFR vocabulary ratings from A1 (absolute beginner) to B1 (somewhat proficient).

Invest in this book, and invest in yourself. You will amaze yourself, your friends, and your family by how fast you're improving your French fluency.

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    • Publisher:; 2 edition (September, 2023)
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