Learn French through 12 Episodes of Le Meilleur Pâtissier
Real spoken French adapted to all learning levels

Follow Le Meilleur Pâtissier with The French Room to learn real spoken French

Join our light-hearted, relaxed 12 episode French learning programme which will not only improve your French but also provide a welcome distraction from current events.

What is "Le Meilleur Pâtissier"

Le Meilleur Pâtissier is the French equivalent of The Great British Bake Off. On this 12 week programme we are following Series 9 which can be found on Youtube. Personally, I prefer to watch without adverts, so I have subscribed to youtube premium (advert free), but of course you can also watch for free.

What is our 12 episode French learning programme?

You watch each of the episodes and we provide you with learning resources that will take you through the development of your listening skills, broaden your knowledge of current colloquially spoken French (everyday French basically), and translate this into real speaking. By the end of the programme you will be able to use and understand a much broader range of real French.

How do I take part?

You can take part at home absolutely free by using our online resources and following programme as a self-study exercise. Or, to get the most out of the experience and the time that you are putting in, we recommend that you join one of our French classes. In the classes you will get further support and resources for the current episode and more importantly, this is your chance to put your skills into practice. And let’s face it that’s by far the best way to learn a language!

Which French class do I join?

We offer every new student starting with us the opportunity to have a free 30 minute language assessment with a tutor. The tutor will find out more about what you have done in French so far and give you your options of different classes.

Get started on the 12 episode programme today

Le Meilleur Pâtissier - Resources

French Pronunciation

French Pronunciation – IN/EN Sounds

How to pronounce IN/EN sounds in French? They are different sounds with a different mouth position. These sounds are known as nasal vowels because you push air through your nose when you pronounce them!

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French Connections Podcast

French Connections Podcasts

Podcast conversations with people learning with the French Room.

Why do we love France? Why are we learning the language? What’s the story behind the French Connection?

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