Looking for people with East or Central time
I am looking for people to start a French language group where all members have a similar level and be our support group. They say that one can learn better by having a little group of people encouraging each other. Maybe we meet twice a week, and we take group lessons together.
I am an A2 advanced soon to be an B1 so maybe I'd like mostly people around that level so we can take group lessons together.
I already participate in a French language group and I love it but I am the weakest link, luckily they are all trilingual so they know what I mean when I say some that might sound like Spanish or English.
Who's up for this? I'd like 2-10 people.
Bavardions-vous en ligne ou au téléphone? Je suis en le temps de la côte est:
What else do you for your French? A côté de Duolingo?Have you had lessons, tutors? Youtube?
A lot of stuff.
HelloTalk: it might have been you who recommended HelloTalk. It has been great.
I'm using an app from L'obs to practice verb conjugaison.
I'm taking "Cours de français langue étrangère A2" at fun-mooc.fr. You should take the "Préparer et Réussir le DELF B2 et le DALF C1."
And I'm taking "iTooch French as a Foreign Language" which is intended for A2-B1. It pretty much picks up where Duo left off. So it's great.
I think I have enough materials to last me for 2 years. Haha.
Oh yes, the A2 stared this week, right? I signed up for the fun stuff, lol. No pun intended.
Yes, the A2 started this week, literally yesterday. I haven't started doing any assignments yet, so you're definitely not late.
Hi! I am in eastern standard time zone, and I am interested. Let's get started :) What's the plan? Phone conversations?
L'idée est de se connecter en ligne et parler le français, peut-être une fois par semaine. Connaissez-vous votre niveau?
This sounds interesting. Before I say anything, is there a test where I can see what level of French I am? Hopefully for free, haha.
You are A2 you just don't know it, lol. Let me find one, I think you should get a tutor before you go to your trip. I know that you probably know a lot, can read a lot and even understand what people are saying but when it comes to speaking you can only do so by speaking. Trust me if you get a tutor you won't regret it. I can recommend one that is French Canadian and lives in France. Have 5 to 10 sections and you'll see how the wheels roll. I can't remember if you have told me before but what else do you do for your French other than Duo? :)