How to learn French (a bit) faster!
Let's say that you want to learn French, but you are having trouble learning the pronounciacions, or you mess up the grammar and conjugation. Here i listed some tips on how to help you out! (Please note: All the tips here are heavilly inspired on a book called "Are you serious about getting a five?" so it wasn't my idea to make this list.) Bien sûr, these are all completely optional. Enjoy!
DISCLAIMER: NONE of these will make you speak fluent french in a week. it takes a lot of time to learn it, and these tips only help giving that extra boost.
- Read, listen and watch as much french as you can!
Reading books in french, seeing movies and tv shows in french and hearing music in french is always the best way to get used to the language! Read a newspaper in french (Doesn't need to be in paper, it can be like "Le Figaro"), watch a movie with french subtitles, or hear the latest french music. It is the best way to get used to the language;
- Write a journal in french!
Whether its by recording yourself every night, or by writing in the computer, or even just by writing it on paper, it's always good to talk about your feelings in french . Not only will your pronounciation get better, you will get a bit more self confident when talking in french ! Speaking of which…
- Dont be afraid when talking in French !
Self-confidence is key when talking in another langage. If you mess up the pronounciation, don't worry ! We all make mistakes when talking on another language.
And that's it. I hope this helped !
Nice of u to post this help for people learning a language. I'll try it on Spanish after expanding my vocabulary. Thanx
I think this works for all languages you are trying to learn. The more you expose yourself to the language the faster you learn. I have found that I can read fairly well in French but I have no one to talk to and can't understand any of the shows I watch so far. French is spoken entirely too fast for me so far.
Similar to becky33086 I can read French (although I'm still terrible at writing it) but can't understand it when spoken on tv shows or on radio as it moves way too fast for me to catch any of it.
C'est très utile sir / madame! Je pense que vous venez de rendre les choses beaucoup plus faciles de mon côté! Comme, c'est si cool! (Aimez-vous comment je peux épeler en français?) Ce n'était pas censé être répondu Désolé Oh, j'ai dit trop.
Hmmmmm, I think the book you got these tips on isn't just faking. I've run in to some of those myself but they don't help at all. This one, though, might just hit the spot.
I'm in his school, and he learn french in (I think) 5 months . I'm french not english, and he go to my country last year and He learn faster :-) Excuse my english ....
Isn't being able to read a newspaper in a foreign language something that comes at a fairly advanced stage in the process?
I can confirm that music has been helpful for me, though. I only studied German for 2 years (only an hour or two a week if I remember rightly) and my last lesson was over 15 years ago, but I still retain a lot of it, which I think is mostly down to listening to music in German.
?hola como esta usted amigo? thnks for helping me in french just started spanish.
Merci! That really helps! BTW, it's my 3rd day of learning french. Wish me luck! :'D
Thank you very much for your advice, they are really good. I'll put them into practice, from now on I'll talk more french and if they can not understand me, I'll speak to them in Spanish, hahahahahaha.