"Welcome to French at Emory", a video message by Lilia Coropceanu
French belongs to the Romance group of the Italic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. It is spoken as a first language by more than 70 million people. French is a descendant of the vernacular Latin of the Roman Empire. Although modern French inherited several hundred words of Celtic origin and several hundred more from Germanic Franks, it owes its structure and the greater part of its vocabulary to Latin.
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Online Audio and Video
Secured audio and video materials are available to the Emory faculty, students, and staff with an Emory login at this link: French 201 and 202- Bien Vu, Bien Dit (Chemin du Retour)