French A2 Anki [the Ultimate Deck with 3870 Flashcards]

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Do you want to learn French A2 in the most effective and efficient way possible?

If so, the French A2 Anki Deck is the best solution for you!

The French A2 Anki Deck contains all the grammar and vocabulary of French A2.

In this post I am going to explain everything you need to know about why you should use the French A2 Anki Deck, what it is, and how to get it!

Here’s a video that shows you the content of the French A2 Anki Deck:

If you would like to read rather than watch, then please go ahead and keep reading!

Why should you use the French A2 Anki Deck?

  1. Practice the French A2 Grammar and Vocabulary

The French A2 Anki Deck has 3870 flashcards. These flashcards contain every single concept that you need to know! This means you have a tremendous amount of exercises. The best part is that the exercises will adapt to your performance, creating a personalized practice experience.

This gives you a tailor-made practice deck. You will be able to practice every single facet of French A2.

  1. Improve your French Comprehension and Pronunciation

All of the flashcards in the French A2 Anki Deck have audio files. In the Grammar Anki Deck there is an audio file for every sentence. In the Vocabulary Anki Deck each word is accompanied by two audio files: one for the sentence it’s in and another for the word itself.

This means that you will know how the words and sentences are supposed to sound in French. This will greatly improve your French comprehension. Moreover, because you hear the audio, you also improve your own pronunciation.

Additionally, for further clarity, the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is provided for all words and sentences in the Vocabulary Deck. This means that you can check pronunciation whenever needed.

  1. The best way to memorize the French A2 Grammar and Vocabulary

One of the biggest advantages of using the French A2 Anki Deck, is that it is the PERFECT tool for memorizing what you have learned. No longer will you keep forgetting what you studied!

Read more on the benefits of Anki in the next chapter!

Why is it so important to use Anki?

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Have you ever studied for an exam and then forgotten everything a few days after the exam? It is a feeling that most of us experience.

In fact, according to Art Kohn Ph.D, a professor at Duke University, within 24 hours most of us forget an average of 70% of new information.

Often this would not be a problem. However, when it comes to language this can become a huge issue. Learning vocabulary and grammar to then forget them later on would be a disaster!

Anki prevents this from happening and ensures that you remember what you study. Let’s take a look at the 3 reasons why Anki is so effective.

  1. Active recall

Active recall means that Anki asks you a question and you have to remember the answer. This is more powerful than passive learning and improves your memory.

When you retrieve information from your brain, you strengthen your ability to retain information and create connections in your brain between different concepts.

  1. Spaced Repetition

Spaced repetition introduces new concepts in batches to you. A flashcard appears and if you know the answer the flashcard moves to the next batch. This batch will be shown to you at a later time. The more often you answer correctly the later the intervals become.

However, should you answer wrongly, the flashcard moves to the first batch again, and you will see it more often.

This system finds its origins in the spacing effect. The spacing effect illustrates how people learn better if reviews are spread out over time.

  1. Ease

Anki takes care of all your scheduling. There’s no need to calculate when you need to practice which cards. Furthermore, Anki is available on both iOS and Android users, so you can download it on your smartphone and use it wherever you are.

Card Structure of the French A2 Anki Deck

All words in the French A2 Anki Deck are used in sentences to help you learn them in context. The flashcards have an image, an audio file, an explanation, and an IPA notation.

The image allows you to create a better memory with the word/concept that you are studying. You are linking a concept with a certain image.

The audio file allows you to understand how something is pronounced in French. This will help you to improve your French comprehension.

The explanation is there so you always understand why something is conjugated in a certain way even if you have forgotten it. The explanation is only added in the Grammar Anki Deck to explain the grammatical concepts.

The IPA notation is so you can know exactly how something is pronounced and be able to repeat that pronunciation yourself. The IPA notation is only added in the Vocabulary Anki Deck so that you can learn exactly how to pronounce the words in French.

Here is an extract, so you can hear what the audio sounds like in the French A2 Anki Deck. The IPA notation has been added too. There is also audio for the words and the plural versions of those words.

Here is an extract, so you can hear what the audio sounds like in the French A2 Anki Deck.

J’ai acheté un nouveau vélo.

ʒe aʃəte œ̃ nuvo velo

La chaise est à côté de la table.

la ʃɛz ɛ ta kote də la tabl(ə)

There are 2 card types in the French A2 Anki Deck.

  1. Conjugate/Fill in the blank

Here you see 2 images of a Flashcard in the Vocabulary Deck. On the front side, you will find a sentence in both French and English, with a picture underneath it.

In the French sentence, the words you need to know are missing and represented as underscores. The English sentence is a translation of the French sentence. In the English sentence, the words you need to know are bolded and underlined. You should determine what belongs in place of the underscores.

On the back side, you will see the French sentence, the IPA notation of the sentence, the English translation of the sentence, and an audio file of the French sentence.

You will also see just the French word, the IPA notation of the word, the English translation of the word, and an audio file of the French word.

This gives you the opportunity to see and hear the word in a sentence and just by itself.

Please note how “un vélo” is colour-coded in blue to indicate its masculine gender. All nouns are colour-coded as blue for masculine and pink for feminine. This will help you remember the gender of nouns more easily.

Here you see 2 images of a Flashcard in the Grammar Deck. As you can see it is very similar as the one before. However, flashcards in the Grammar Deck also contain an explanation of grammatical concepts on the back side. In this example, you can see on the back side an explanation of how avoir is conjugated and how to use it.

  1. Type the correct French word

This is the same as the first card, however in this one, you have to type the correct word on the front side. You will see if you were correct, or made any errors on the back side.

This helps improve your writing skills in French.

Course Content of the French A2 Grammar Anki Deck

The French A2 Anki Deck consists of two Decks:

  1. French A2 Grammar Anki Deck
  2. French A2 Vocabulary Anki Deck.

The French A2 Grammar Anki Deck contains a total of 1908 Flashcards, across 8 chapters, which are further divided into a total of 127 lessons.

The French A2 Vocabulary Anki Deck contains a total of 1962 Flashcards across 8 chapters, which are further divided into a total of 27 lessons. Every chapter has 1 lesson except for the nouns chapter, which contains 20 lessons. These 20 lessons correspond to the 20 categories into which the nouns are divided.

I am going to show you exactly what’s inside the French A2 Anki Deck, chapter by chapter.

You can also take a look at the video to see what the deck is like.

The card types have been explained in the previous chapter.

Deck 1: French A2 Grammar Anki Deck

The first Anki Deck is about grammar. This is what you will learn.

Chapter 1: Pronouns

The first chapter in the French A2 Anki – Grammar Deck is about pronouns!

The chapter has 288 Flashcards.

In the 16 lessons you will learn about the following pronouns:

Structuring French Sentences: subjects, verbs, and objectsHow to use direct object pronouns (le, la, l’, les)
How to use indirect object pronouns (lui, leur)How to use direct and indirect object pronouns (me, te, nous, vous)
How to position object pronounsHow to Position Object Pronouns in Compound Tenses
How to use ‘y’How to use ‘en’
How to use Possessive Pronouns (le mien, le nôtre, etc.)Stress Pronouns (moi, toi, etc)
tout, tous, toute, toutesHow to say ‘someone’/’someone else’
How to say ‘the other one(s)’How to express quantity
How to say ‘the same’How to say ‘each’ and ‘each one’

Chapter 2: Verbs

The second chapter in the French A1 Anki – Grammar Deck is about pronouns!

The chapter has 808 Flashcards.

In the 65 lessons you will learn about the following verbs, and how to conjugate them:

How to form the Passé ComposéWhen to use the Passé Composé
Regular -er verbsRegular -ir verbs
Dormir and derivativesPrendre/apprendre and derivatives
Mettre and derivativesConduire and derivatives
DireÉcrire and inscrire
Regular -re verbsTenir and derivatives
Connaître and derivativesPouvoir
VouloirDevoir
SavoirCroire
LireBoire
AvoirÊtre
FaireOuvrir
OffrirPeindre
CraindreDevenir
RevenirMonter
RentrerSortir
VenirArriver
NaîtreDescendre
EntrerRetourner
TomberRester
AllerMourir
PartirReflexive verbs in le passé composé
How to form the ImparfaitWhen to use the Imparfait
Passé Composé vs ImparfaitRegular verbs
Semi-regular -cer verbsSemi-regular -ger verbs
AvoirÊtre
AllerFaire
PouvoirVouloir
DevoirSavoir
VoirCroire
DireLire
BoireÉcrire
Verbs

Chapter 3: Articles and Nouns

The third chapter in the French A2 Anki – Grammar Deck is about articles and nouns!

The chapter has 12 Flashcards.

In the 1 lesson you will learn about the following articles and nouns:

How to pluralize -ou nouns

Chapter 4: Prepositions and Conjunctions

The fourth chapter in the French A2 Anki – Grammar Deck is about prepositions and conjunctions!

The chapter has 62 Flashcards and contains a total of 3 lessons.

You will learn about the following prepositions and conjunctions:

En versus DansHow to express duration
To get off/on transportation

Chapter 5: Idioms

The fifth chapter in the French A2 Anki – Grammar Deck is about idioms!

The chapter has 274 Flashcards and contains a total of 14 lessons.

You will learn about the following negations:

To love and likeTo suit someone
Right and WrongDevoir: Passé Composé vs Imparfait
Express punctualityTo trust someone
To do something on purposePain: Physical vs Emotional
X (time unit) agoTo miss someone/something
To (take a) walkSavoir vs Connaître
To rememberTo visit a place vs a person

Chapter 6: Adjectives and Adverbs

The sixth chapter in the French A2 Anki – Grammar Deck is about adjectives and adverbs!

The chapter has 164 Flashcards and contains a total of 9 lessons.

You will learn about the following adjectives and adverbs:

How to make comparisons with adverbsHow to make comparisons with adjectives
How to form the superlative of adverbsHow to form the superlative of verbs
Irregular (Feminine) AdjectivesHow to say ‘others’
This/That and These/ThoseThe 7 most important irregular adverbs
How to position adverbs

Chapter 7: Negations

The seventh chapter in the French A2 Anki – Grammar Deck is about negations!

The chapter has 184 Flashcards and contains a total of 12 lessons.

You will learn about the following negations:

noneneither…nor
not enough (of)not at all
not yetnot either
no one/nobodyno more
onlynothing
Position of object pronounsHow to negate compound tenses

Chapter 8: Questions and Interrogatives

The eighth chapter in the French A1 Anki – Grammar Deck is about questions and interrogatives.

The chapter has 162 Flashcards and contains a total of 7 lessons.

You will learn about the following questions and interrogatives:

How to ask ‘which’ or ‘what’How to form an inverted question
How to form an inverted question with a nounHow to form an inverted question in the passé composé
How to ask a ‘what’ questionHow to ask a ‘who’ question
How to ask a ‘whom’ question

Deck 2: French A1 Vocabulary Anki Deck

The second Anki Deck is about vocabulary. This is what you will learn.

Chapter 1: Pronouns

The first chapter of the French A2 Anki – Vocabulary Deck is about pronouns!

The chapter has 38 Flashcards.

These are the words that you will be learning:

anybodyeither
hersherself
himselfhis
itselfleast
lessmine (possession)
myselfneither
noneourselves
severalsomewhere
themselveswhose
yours

Chapter 2: Conjunctions

The second chapter of the French A2 Anki – Vocabulary Deck is about conjunctions!

The chapter has 12 Flashcards.

These are the words that you will be learning:

afteralthough
asbefore
sincewhile

Chapter 3: Verbs

The third chapter of the French A2 Anki – Vocabulary Deck is about verbs!

The chapter has 364 Flashcards.

These are the words that you will be learning:

to acceptto achieve
to actto advertise
to affectto allow
to appearto apply
to argueto arrange (to plan or organize something in advance)
to attackto attend
to avoidto beat
to behaveto belong
to blowto boil
to bookto borrow
to brushto burn
to campto care
to catchto cause
to celebrateto collect
to communicateto compete
to complainto connect
to considerto contain
to continueto control
to copyto count
to coverto cross
to cryto cycle
to dependto destroy
to developto disagree
to disappearto discover
to doubleto download
to dreamto drop
to dryto earn
to employto enter
to existto expect
to expressto fail
to farmto feed
to fightto film
to fish (to try to catch fish)to fit
to fixto focus
to giftto greet
to guideto have
to heatto hide
to hit (beating someone/something)to hit (collision)
to holdto hurt
to identifyto increase
to inventto invite
to involveto joke
to jumpto kill
to knockto land
to last (taking time)to lead
to lectureto lend
to liftto light (from a lamp/the sun)
to lockto mail
to manage (do something difficult)to manage (to control or be in charge of a team, an organization)
to mark (to write/draw a symbol/line on something in order to give information about it)to marry
to mentionto notice
to numberto offer
to organizeto own
to packto pass
to performto photograph
to pick (to choose)to pick up
to plantto predict
to present (to showcase something/someone)to prevent
to printto produce
to promiseto pronounce
to protectto provide
to publishto pull
to pushto question
to race (competition)to raise
to reachto react
to realizeto receive
to recognizeto recommend
to recordto recycle
to reduceto refer
to refuseto remove
to repairto replace
to replyto report
to researchto respond
to rest (sleep/relax)to review (critique)
to riseto sail
to saveto score
to searchto seem
to serveto shake
to shoutto shut
to signto ski
to smellto smile
to smoketo solve
to starto steal
to stressto succeed
to suggestto support
to supposeto surprise
to tasteto text
to throwto tidy
to tieto touch
to trainto be used to
to wishto worry

Chapter 4: Nouns

The fourth chapter of the French A2 Anki – Vocabulary Deck is about nouns!

Nouns are categorized into 20 different categories, such as location, jobs, transportation, and more. Each category has its own dedicated lesson.

The chapter has 1,052 Flashcards.

These are the words that you will be learning:

the abilitythe accident
the advantagethe adventure
the advertisementthe advertising
the airlinethe alternative
the amountthe ankle
the appthe appearance
the architectthe architecture
the argumentthe army
the arrangementthe assistant
the athletethe attack
the attentionthe audience
the authorthe average
the awardthe background (area behind)
the background (career)the background (context)
the background (upbringing)the bar (pub)
the baseballthe basketball
the beanthe bear (animal)
the beefthe behaviour
the beltthe benefit
the bestthe bin
the biology (organism’s physical processes)the biology (study)
the birththe biscuit
the bitthe blood
the board (wooden plank)the bone
the bossthe bottom
the bowlthe brain
the bridgethe brush (hair)
the businessmanthe button
the campthe camping
the canthe carpet
the cartoonthe case (container)
the case (court)the case (situation)
the cashthe castle
the causethe celebrity
the chancethe character (person/animal in fiction)
the character (qualities/features of someone)the charity (giving)
the charity (organization)the check
the chefthe chemistry
the chipthe choice
the churchthe cigarette
the circlethe climate
the clothingthe cloud
the coachthe coast
the codethe colleague
the columnthe comedy
the commentthe community
the competitionthe condition
the conferencethe context
the continentthe control
the cookthe cooker
the copythe corner
the couplethe credit
the crimethe criminal
the crossthe crowd
the cupboardthe cycle
the dangerthe dark
the datathe death
the decisionthe degree (academic qualification)
the degree (temperature)the dentist
the departmentthe desert
the designerthe detective
the devicethe diary
the directionthe director
the disasterthe discovery
the discussionthe disease
the distancethe document
the dramathe drawing
the dreamthe drive
the drivingthe drug (illegal substance)
the drug (medicine)the earth (land)
the Earth (planet)the education
the effectthe electricity
the employeethe employer
the endingthe energy (source of power)
the energy (strength of someone to be able to do things)the engine
the engineerthe environment
the equipmentthe error
the essaythe evidence
the experiencethe experiment
the expertthe explanation
the expression (phrase)the expression (showing ideas/feelings)
the factorthe factory
the fallthe fan (electronic device)
the fan (enthusiast)the farming
the fashionthe fat (bodily substance)
the fat (cooking)the fear
the featurethe female (woman)
the fiction (type of literature that describes imaginary people and events)the field
the fightthe figure (bodily shape)
the figure (number)the final
the fingerthe finish (end)
the finish (surface coating)the first
the fishingthe flu
the flythe focus
the forestthe fork
the fridgethe frog
the furniturethe gallery
the gapthe gas
the gatethe gift
the goalthe god
the goldthe golf
the goodthe government
the grassthe ground
the guestthe guide
the gunthe guy
the habitthe hall
the headachethe heart
the heatthe height
the herothe hill
the hockeythe hole
the hopethe human
the illnessthe image
the increasethe individual
the industrythe injury
the insectthe inside
the instructionthe instructor
the instrumentthe introduction (first part)
the introduction (meeting people)the invention
the invitationthe item
the jamthe jazz
the jewellerythe joke
the journalistthe jump
the kidthe king
the kneethe knife
the knowledgethe lab
the ladythe lake
the lampthe laptop
the last (final)the laughter
the lawthe lawyer
the leaderthe learning
the lecturethe lemon
the levelthe lifestyle
the lift – a lift (elevator)the listener
the lockthe look
the lorry [US: truck]the luck
the mail (post)the male (man)
the managerthe manners (polite behaviour)
the manner (way something is done)the mark (dirt/spot)
the materialthe mathematics
the mathsthe media
the medicine (medication)the memory
the metalthe method
the middlethe mind
the mirrorthe mobile
the monkeythe moon
the motorcyclethe movement
the musicianthe nature
the neckthe need
the network (closely connected group of people/companies)the network (linked computers)
the noisethe notice
the novelthe nut
the oceanthe offer
the officer (military)the officer (police person)
the oilthe opportunity
the optionthe organization
the outsidethe oven
the ownerthe pain
the paintbrushthe painter
the palacethe pants [US: underwear]
the parking (space for leaving vehicles)the passenger
the patientthe pattern
the paythe peace
the pennythe percent
the permissionthe personality
the petthe petrol
the physicsthe pilot
the planetthe plastic
the platethe platform
the pocketthe pollution
the populationthe position
the possessionthe possibility (option)
the posterthe power (ability to control people or things)
the presidentthe printer
the prisonthe prize
the processthe professor
the profilethe program (computer)
the program (education)the progress
the promisethe pub
the publicthe purpose (thing that something is supposed to achieve)
the qualitythe quantity
the queenthe race (competition)
the railwaythe rate (measurement of the speed at which something happens)
the reception (front desk)the reception (type of welcome)
the recipethe record
the recordingthe region
the relationshipthe reply
the reporterthe request
the researchthe researcher
the responsethe rest (part that remains)
the rest (relax/sleep)the review
the ridethe ring
the rock (stone)the role
the roofthe route
the rubbishthe run
the runnerthe running
the sailingthe salary
the salethe sauce
the scenethe schedule
the scorethe screen
the searchthe season (prime period)
the season (spring/summer/autumn/winter)the seat
the secretthe secretary
the sensethe series
the servicethe shape
the sheetthe ship
the shoulderthe shout
the sidethe sign
the silverthe singing
the singlethe sir
the sitethe size
the skinthe sky
the sleepthe smartphone
the smellthe smile
the smokethe soap
the societythe sock
the soldierthe solution
the sortthe source
the speaker (amplifier)the speaker (person)
the speechthe speed
the spiderthe spoon
the square (four equal sides)the square (plaza)
the stagethe stair
the stampthe start
the state (condition of somebody/something)the state (country)
the staythe step
the stomach (body organ)the stomach (outside, belly)
the stonethe store
the stormthe strategy
the stressthe structure
the suggestionthe suit
the supportthe surprise
the surveythe symbol
the systemthe tablet (handheld device)
the tablet (pill)the talk
the talkthe target
the taskthe taste
the teachingthe technology
the temperaturethe term
the thiefthe thinking
the thirdthe thought
the tiethe tip (extra money)
the tip (highest point)the tool
the top (highest part)the tour
the tourismthe towel
the towerthe toy
the trackthe tradition
the trainerthe training
the transportthe traveller
the troublethe truck
the twinthe understanding
the uniformthe unit
the usethe user
the valleythe van
the varietythe vehicle
the viewthe virus
the voicethe wait
the warthe wash
the washingthe wave
the webthe wedding
the weightthe welcome
the wheelthe wind
the winnerthe wish
the wood

Chapter 5: Adjectives

The fifth chapter of the French A2 Anki – Vocabulary Deck is about adjectives!

The chapter has 326 Flashcards.

These are the words that you will be learning:

ableactive
adultalive
aloneancient
asleepassistant
attractiveavailable
averageawful
backblank (empty)
blank (showing no feeling, interest, or understanding)bottom
brightbrilliant
brokencareful
certainclassical
clearclever
closeclosed
comfortableconnected
crazycreative
crowdedcurly
dailydead
deepdigital
directdivorced
doubledownstairs
dryelectric
electronicempty
enormouseveryday
exactexcellent
expertenormous
fairfemale
flatfollowing
foreignformal
freshfun
furtherfuture
generalheavy
helpfulhome (made at home)
hugehuman
idealill
impossibleincluded
independentinformal
extremeintelligent
internationallater
lazylikely
lostloud
lovelylow
luckymajor
malemedical
middlemissing
mobile (able to move)mobile (connected with mobile phones)
musicalnarrow
nationalnecessary
nervousnoisy
normalordinary
originaloutside
particularper cent
physicalplastic (made of plastic)
pleasedpolite
professionalpublic
recentregular
roundrude
safescared
scarysecret
seperateserious
silversimple
single (for one person)single (not in a relationship)
socialsoft
specificsquare
straightstrange
stupidsuccessful (having a good outcome)
successful (popular and/or rich person)surprised
surprisingsweet
teenagethick
thin (finely cut)thin (slender)
tidytop (highest in position)
top (highest in importance/degree/rank)toy
traditionaltwin
typicalunderground
unhappyunited
unusualupstairs
usualweak
wetwhole
widewild
wooden (made of wood)working
worriedworse
independent

Chapter 6: Adverbs

The sixth chapter of the French A2 Anki – Vocabulary Deck is about adverbs!

The chapter has 132 Flashcards.

These are the words that you will be learning:

abroadactually
afterall
almostalone
alreadyanyway
anywhereas
badlybefore
bettercarefully
certainlycleary
completelycorrectly
definitelydifferently
easilyeither
especiallyeverywhere
exactlyextremely
finallyfirstly
fortunatelyforward
freehalf
happilyhigh
immediatelyinside
insteadlast (final)
leastless
littleloud
loudlylow
mostlynearly
normallynowhere
pastper cent
perhapsquietly
ratherrecently
round (moving in a circle)sadly
second (finishing after the 1st)secondly
slowlysomewhere
straightsuddenly
sureunderground
unfortunatelyyet

Chapter 7: Prepositions

The seventh chapter of the French A2 Anki – Vocabulary Deck is about prepositions!

The chapter has 28 Flashcards.

These are the words that you will be learning:

according toagainst
alongamong
betweenexcept (for)
includinginside
ontooutside
perround
sincetowards

Chapter 8: Determiners

The eighth chapter of the French A2 Anki – Vocabulary Deck is about determiners!

The chapter has 12 Flashcards.

These are the words that you will be learning:

eitherseveral
whoseleast
lessneither

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