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The best, fastest, most effective, easiest, and most fun way to learn any language is to immerse yourself. Go to an immersion camp, study abroad, or live in a country that speaks the language. You'd be surprised at how quickly you learn if you focus on your goal and soak up the culture and language as much as possible. I studied abroad for a semester and learned more French than I learned in years of school instruction.
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You learn French by finding the learning tool that works best for you. You may or may not need a teacher, depending upon the strength of your motivation and the quality of you…r learning tool. Some learners need concentrated study of dictionaries, grammars, and vocabulary lists. Such learners tend to have a strong understanding of how languages work. Such an understanding may be gained by experiences in multilingual environments, and through the field of linguistics. Other learners need a more 'hands on' approach. They may need interaction with native speakers on a conversational and social basis. They may benefit from such technological tools as online learning, language laboratories, immersion classes, exchange programs, and audio visual equpment. totaly right, if i may add: https://sites.Google.com/site/startlearnfrench the same spirit, plus recommendations Add : A good way to improve your vocabulary is to translate songs. You listen to it, you write down what you hear and then, you translate with a dictionary or an online translator. Add: A good way to learn is by wactching some of your favorite movies in french with English subtitiles. Many of my friends have done this and learned some basic phrases. (Native French speaker) Second answer- It all depends on what YOU feel is right and easy. I use flashcards and it helped me a lot! I've never used a tutor or a language program. Find a book you really like and know well, then choose it in the language you're trying to learn. Also, try learning with a friend. It's more enjoyable. After you guys learn the basic phrases, you could practice speaking to each other in it. You could also try music. I've learned German, Russian(somehwhat), Swedish, and Korean(somewhat) by just listening to music! I'm a pretty fast learner so maybe it's just me, but it's worth a shot! Love, Marie
you can get a tutor or you can get a learning software.
Apprendre. (present) J'apprends, tu apprends, il apprend, nous apprenons, vous apprenez, ils apprennent.
Apprendre = To learn
j'apprend (pronounce dzap-pron) eg j'apprend le francais = I am learning French
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It is "Quelqu'un apprend le français".
"Vous apprenez le français" or "Tu apprends le français". About the difference between "vous" and "tu" : "je" -> "I" "tu" -> "you" "il" -> "he" "elle" -> "she" "…nous" -> "we" "vous" -> "you" "ils" -> "they"
There are various ways to learn French grammar. The best option is using audio-visual aids which will help in pronunciation and understanding French grammar.
u can download podcasts on iTunes completely free of charge!! Something that helps a lot is watching movies you know by heart, preferably movies with a lot of dialogue, dubb…ed in French. Since you know the movie so well, it is easy to understand the language. Children movies, such as Shrek, the lion king, toy story are great for this purpose because they generally have simple dialogue. If you are serious about learning French, buying a learning software can be of great help. They are many out there, software such as Rosetta stone or the new Ouino French learning system are a great way to go. However, complete immersion is the only way one can truly become fluent in a language. But you have to start somewhere! Learning a language is very rewarding! ;)
(je suis) en train d'apprendre
Je suis apprendre francais. I am learning french. apprendre le français
My I touch app... French for Dummy's. It's the best.
There are a large variety of different places where one can see videos about how to learn French. These places include, but are not limited to, video sites like YouTube and Ve…oh.