Genki French is now online!

If you know anyone who is learning French, or if you’d just like to try the Genki style of computer game learning before you buy your Download Pack, then pop over and have a play.

There are just a few games at the moment,

Telling the time in French
Colours in French
Numbers 1 to 12 in French

but if it’s popular enough I’ll keep adding more and more!

So be sure to tell your friends and also check out the other language sites:

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Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. And when I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. So I'm sharing it all with you now...

6 Responses to “Genki French!”

  1. Carol

    Hi Richard!

    I’m thrilled that you finally have started FRENCH!!!! Great. Are you hoping to do songs as well?

    Everything was super but I have a comment regarding the encouraging statements “Super, Très bien, Bravo”. Maybe it’s me, but the pronunciation of Bravo is not French! It sounds Spanish or Italian maybe… the r isn’t French because it sounds like a flipped r and the ‘stress’ is normally on the -vo not Bra….

    Other than that it’s fantastic!! Great work. 🙂

  2. Julian-k

    Great! I’ve been hoping you’d put up a GF for a while! =D

  3. richard

    Oops! Looks like I left the Spanish one in there by mistake! Thank you!

  4. G. Reiner

    Hi Richard,
    I’ve been waiting for the French version as well!!! So far, so good, but I’m still hoping for the entire thing in French and would buy the Download Pack as well.
    As to the 3 games, the “Yes!” and “No!” pop ups should be also translated into French.

    Other than that, great job and I’m still hoping for the complete French version with a male AND female voice.

    Thanks and regards from Germany.

  5. richard

    Glad you like it! I’ll try and do as many as I can, but it’s taken 10 long and very hard years to get Genki English as it is today!

  6. Liza

    This is great for brushing up my school French from many years ago. Also, I’ve had a few kids ask me about learning/practising Spanish – so I direct them to GS. Thanks for all your hard work.

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