Why do you learn french on your school?
It is an elective you have to take during one semester of your school year. Or you can take Spanish or what ever languages you have in your school. Mainly it is an elective and you have to pick 1 out of how many languages your aloud to chose from.... Hope my answer was helpful!!!
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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 your learning tool. Some learners need concentrated study of dictionaries, grammars, and vocabulary lists. Such learners tend t…o 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 (MORE)
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. (MORE)
There are a number of fast courses you can take. In addition to those, on order to learn the language faster, it's a good idea to:. read books (that you already know in English) . watch French films -- in the original language, and, after a while, without subs as well . listen to the radio in F…rench . work daily without fail; half an hour minimum; . practice writing short sentences; . find someone to talk to to improve your grasp of the language . A big no-no: chat rooms -- they're full of teenagers who haven't the slightest clue as to how to spell correctly. You can learn some slang from them, but not the French language. Learning a language isn't the same for everyone. Some need to put a lot of effort into it, and to others it's a lot easier. There is no magic recipe. Except the three P's: practice, practice, practice. (MORE)
You studied French in school and now you are interested in Italian and Spanish so should you start learning Italian since it is pretty close to French or start with Spanish?
Italian, French and Spanish are all romance languages (they are in the same family). If I were you I would learn Spanish first, mostly because there are alot more places and people in the world that speak spanish than italian...but as far as ease of learning, they are about the same.
You should learn French for a career in dance and music . Much of the terminology in both fields comes from French. You should learn French for a career in diplomacy and international political economics . Historically, French is an international language. It still is part of the classical edu…cation that many world leaders go through on their way to their positions of national and international power. You should learn French for a career in research . French is a major research tool worldwide, currently and historically. This is true in regard to every single continent, including Antarctica. And you should learn French for travel . French still is the official language in many countries. So knowledge of it may make visits to places as far flung as Tahiti, Pondicherry, Morocco, and Guiana more authentic, comfortable, and enlightening. (MORE)
To learn French quickly one can take a class and learn the languagewith the help of an instructor. Another option is a languageprogram like Rosetta Stone.
Answer 1 It ain't easy , but it's worth it if you're going to France . Answer 2 It is not even easy for a French. Answer 3 It is always hard to learn a foreign language. Answer 4 According to me, English is much easier because it is more logical and pragmatic than the french. Ans…wer 5 In terms of grammar, it can be quite complex as many tenses sound the same, but that's only the advanced stuff. The basic grammar is relatively simple though. For vocabulary, a lot, and I mean A LOT of English vocabulary is French, so there are quite a few similarities there. regarding pronunciation, it is quite difficult to master for an English speaker, but if you are living in a French speaking country it is easier to pick up. Answer 6 French grammar is somewhat hard. The vocabulary is relatively easy as it shares a large common base with English. Speaking perfect French would be difficult, but just getting your ideas through (without minding too much about perfection) isn't that difficult, and in any case no more than Spanish or German. Answer 7 The difficulty of learning a language is based on two general criteria. 1) Inherent Difficulty of the Language: This is how complex the grammar, spelling, diction, and language composition are. (Japanese is much more grammatically simple than Russian, for example since it does not have cases, genders, or compound tenses.) 2) Distance from Languages known: This is how similar or different the words and grammar of the target language are from the speaker's native or previously acquired languages. (It is easier to learn Hebrew if your native language is Arabic than if it is German all else equal because Hebrew shares quite a bit of vocabulary and grammar with Arabic and almost none with German.) As concerns French: 1) Grammar is relatively complex, but not overwhelmingly so and even though some spelling combinations are difficult at first glance (eau = oh), these combinations are consistent. 2) Considering that you already speak English (assumed since you submitted this question in English), French is very close to English and has heavily influenced English. Therefore, all else being equal French should be one of the easier languages for you to learn. (MORE)
In the French province of QuÃ©bec in Canada, English is taught from a very young age in school. I graduated from HS in 2004 and I was taught English starting in the 3rd grade.. I'm not sure how it works in France.
Because it is Canada's second language!!! Answer: Canadians do no have to learn French. As a bilingual country both French and English are the official languages (there is no first and second language). All Canadians must be educated in one or the other and all government services are offered i…n both. Typically Canadians are offered the option of learning the alternate language in school. This allows you to visit all parts of the country and be understood and increases your chances of finding a common language in most parts of the world that you may visit. More Accurate Answer: In many parts of Canada learning French is not optional. In some you may not send your children to anything but a French School, in others the courses are not optional until later in their education. This is first hand information so I know it to be so. The reason why dates back to the mid 1700's when Britain finally took control of all of North America (well not quite all but all of today's Canada). Their new possessions included Quebec with a large number of French people. Traditionally when France would take new lands they would demand everyone convert to the use of French or leave. The British would also take such action and did elsewhere in Canada but in the case of Quebec, they promised that the French could stay and their language and culture would be defended. So the French continued to be French and received similar protections when Canada Confederated. When Canada expanded and colonised much of what is today Canada they brought with them special status for the French, even in places were there were few and often no French people. For most of Canada, at least in area, French is the language of the country that colonised them. This is made obvious when the Canadian government reserves many jobs for french speakers often over more qualified local people. Many Canadians have to learn French due to historical reasons and because the French in Canada are not willing to extend the same rights of culture to other groups that they themselves have received. (MORE)
In high school students have the following subjects:. French, history, maths, geography, sciences (such as physics, chemistry and biology), a foreign language (usualy English), some students choose to learn another foreign language and others choose economics or mathematics, they also have physical… education and art classes (MORE)
French schools teach subjects like french, English, German, mathematics, social sciences, and geography. They also teach subjects like physical education.
French, Mathematics, Physics and chemistry, English, Spanish, geography and history, pe, natural science, and music.
No one has to learn French unless it's a prerequisite or requirement . For example, it may be a required subject in school or at college. It may be the only language that's offered at an educational institution that has a foreign language requirement for certification or graduation. Or it may be …the communication vehicle of the neighborhood in which one lives or the job at which one works. (MORE)
Why do I, personally? . Because I refuse to take Spanish. And French was my only other option. . I refuse to take Spanish.. why? Well because I think the Spanish people that move to the U.S. and other parts of the world should learn English. . I think they should learn English and not me learn th…eir language.. Im not the one who moved here, so yeah why should I learn spanish FOR THEM?! (MORE)
The french people learn in school is othere language and other ways of taking care of our lives, french peoples learns how to multiply, subtract,add,divide and others in math, they can learn a lot to in english, filipino, mapeh,science and computer french people can learn a lot in school.
J'apprends le francais is a French equivalent of 'I am learning French'. In the word by word translation, the subject pronoun 'je' * means 'I'. The verb 'apprends' means '[I] am learning, do learn, learn'. The masculine definite article 'le' means 'the'. The masculine adjective/noun 'francais…' means 'French'. The phrase is pronounced 'zhah-prawn** luh frawn-say'. *The ending vowel 'e' is dropped before a following word that begins with a vowel, in this case 'a'. The temporary drop is indicated by the apostrophe. **The sound 'awn' is somewhat similar to the sound in the English noun 'lawn'. (MORE)
"Vous apprenez le franÃ§ais" or "Tu apprends le franÃ§ais". About the difference between "vous" and "tu" : "je" -> "I" "tu" -> "you" "il" -> "he" "elle" -> "she" "nous" -> "we" "vous" -> "you" "ils" -> "they"
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, dubbed 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! ;) (MORE)
French is one of the 4 most used languages in the world, English, French German and Spanish in that order.. A person cannot go wrong by learning a few of these languages to broaden their horizons and employment opportunities, and of course it really comes in handy when travelling!!!
Simply excellent. The French value education far more than Anglo-Saxon do, and the average educated Frenchman has a far broader culture than almost anybody else in the world. On top of that, French education is genuinely free, starts with free kindergarten places for all children from the age of two…, and provides free University places for all who pass the BaccalaurÃ©at. (MORE)
there are many reasons for learning French, it is one of the 4 most spoken languages in the world,there are many places besides France where they speak French, In Canada in the province of Quebec, several countries in Africa, it is fun to learn a new language even if you may never use it, who knows …where you will be travelling to in the next 5 years! (MORE)
Learning a foreign language is a fantastic thing to do in my book. Also, even though it's not used to communicate anymore, Latin is a language that will help learn any foreign language. Hope I helped.
J'ai appris le franÃ§ais au collÃ¨ge (junior high school), au lycÃ©e (senior high school). French speakers would just say "j'ai appris le franÃ§ais Ã l'Ã©cole"
Homeschooling is almost not existent in France. French pupils learn English and every other things at school.
French is fun for some to learn and not fun for others. Some people love it and others hate it. It depends on who teaches you and what methods of learning you use. If you don't like writing a lot of stuff by hand and that's the way you're trying to learn French, then you might not find it so fun. B…ut, if you enjoy learning through reading relevant newspaper and magazine articles in French and that's the way you're trying to learn French, then you may well find that you enjoy it. (MORE)
a good starting point for French podcasts may be the radio-france website. They have a host of radios (musical, information, talk) with anchors speaking a clear French, devoid of any accent.
Religious Education is not taught in public schools and isn't mandatory in private schools. In fact most pupils get their religious education outside school in courses run by volunteers.
French children are first taught French. The first foreign language is English, then Spanish, then German.
Because if you didn't, then you wouldn't be able to speak, read and write. you also wouldn't be sitting in front of your computer right now because you wouldn't know what it is! lol hope that helps!
The language teaching application that is used by various governments and individuals for learning languages quickly and easily is Rosetta Stone.
You can go to websites that post articles that teach you how to learn French. They vary from beginner to advanced level. There are a few links below this for beginners and you can find where you progress to after learning the basics.
Great question! Because there is a whole scene of Henry V which is entirely in French, and a second one which is sort of in French in parts. Here are some possibilities: he might have learned it at school, he might have learned it from his French landlord, Mr. Mountjoy (although he was not yet livin…g with Mr. Mountjoy at the time he wrote Henry V), or maybe he just got someone else to write those scenes for him. (MORE)
No one can learn French fluently. Parisians do not think the people of Orleans speak correct French and the people of Orleans do not think Parisians speak correct French. None of them think Quebecois have any idea how the language should be spoken. So get yourself a computer program and start learni…ng it incorrectly. Someone will tell you that you are speaking it wrong. That will happen if you are either foreign or native born. (MORE)
How do you spell today in school learned about math and social studies I learned some french to I also learned English today in french?
Aujourd'hui Ã l'Ã©cole, on a appris des maths et des sciences humaines. J'ai appris un peu de franÃ§ais aussi. J'ai appris l'anglais aussi. -On a side note whatever you said had some major grammar issues so I tried my best.
comment VA l'Ã©cole / comment Ã§a se passe Ã l'Ã©cole (meaning how are you performing and living at school) comment est l'Ã©cole (what are the school buildings like)
What do they have in English schools? Math, Science, History, Geography, Sports, maybe another language, French, etc.
Je suis l'apprentissage du franÃ§ais. (jeh soose le-ap-pren-ti-saj doo fran-cause) That's not necessarily how we would say that in Louisiana.. there are a couple of ways. See the following. "J'suis aprÃ¨s apprendre franÃ§ais/Je suis...etc" (Shweez ah-pray ah-pronn frahn-say / Zjuh sweez) … J'apprends franÃ§ais (Zjah-pronn frahn-say) (MORE)
Not hard really and it is always fun to learn a foreign language. There are significant differences between English and French Grammar, but you'll learn them with time. Give it a try!
Search for "French lessons", "French courses", "French tutorials", "learning French", maybe adding the words "online". There's too many changing too often to list specific site. Maybe edit this answer later to add the names of the sites you found most helpful. After you get the first notions, join …a discussion forum of French users, so you can write in French and get feedback, then move on to text and video IM for oral practice. (MORE)
Language acquisition varies greatly with exposure. A person workingregularly to study the language, if alone in an all-French speakingenvironment, will certainly have a good level by the end of theyear - provided he is not starting from scratch, but already hassome basic knowledge. To be fair, I don…'t think this is possiblefor the average student, with an average motivation and workload.That said, a year of serious work will make you able to communicatein most circumstances, which is a pretty good result. (MORE)
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I started taking French in seventh grade, there are good progarms such as ROsetta Stone that will help become fluent fast also, there are mnay good websites online or if your school ha a lanuage teacher by going on their websotre you should be able to find some helpful links. You could also purchase… a text book, titled Discivering Frech nouveau! You want to get get "BLEU 1" for beginers. DON'T USE a translator online or anything becuse there is much more because there are different forms of verbs such as to eat. French is a lot harder and different than English!Here are some links from my French teachers webite with a descrpition! . Discovering French Online Here's a place for you to review vocabulary and grammar lesson by lesson. There are talking flashcards and review quizzes organized by unit. You can create an account to access the online textbook with this access code: TELEFRANÃAIS. Bonjour, Salut, Allo... Regardez les Ã©pisodes de TÃ©lÃ©franÃ§ais sur Youtube.. Tex's French Grammar. Sick of Discovering French Online? Try Tex's French Grammar. Although intended for university students, there's plenty here for beginners. Plus, adorable Texan characters and great mp3 listening opportunities!. Discovering French Online. Here's a place for you to review vocabulary and grammar lesson by lesson. There are talking flashcards and review quizzes organized by unit. You can create an account to access the online textbook with this access code: 2635265-10. Moussier Tombola: Logobitombo (clip vidÃ©o). Here's Moussier Tombola singing our favorite song : ). Moussier Tombola: Logobitombo (clip flashmob). Here's Moussier Tombola TEACHING our favorite song!. Les FranÃ§ais cÃ©lÃ¨bres. Here's a link to the WMS biography reference list, where you can find reputable sites to research your famous person.. TELEFRANÃAIS. Bonjour, Salut, Allo... Regardez les Ã©pisodes de TÃ©lÃ©franÃ§ais sur Youtube.. Tex's French Grammar. Sick of Discovering French Online? Try Tex's French Grammar. Although intended for university students, there's plenty here for beginners. Plus, adorable Texan characters and great mp3 listening opportunities!. Pronunciation site . Pronuncation of Common French Words. This is a neat site that allows you to hear French words as your roll your mouse over them. Check it out!. Free Rice. Fight hunger and learn French at the same time! This website donates grains of rice through the UN when you answer questions in French (choose language learning, then French). the first one is probably the best to use!. (MORE)
There's really no good way to learn French in just 5 weeks. It's a complicated language with verb conjugations and expressions and so on. My advice would be to just memorize common everyday phrases or buy a translator book. Learning the language in that little time is nearly impossible. At the high …schools nowadays, students have to take 5 years of a language to be considered certified. Good luck! (MORE)
English is by far the most-taught foreign language in French schools. Spanish comes second, German is a distant third. Italian, Chinese, Polish, regional languages are also taught but in very few high schools.
The difficulty of learning a language is based on two general criteria. 1) Inherent Difficulty of the Language: This is how complex the grammar, spelling, diction, and language composition are. (Japanese is much more grammatically simple than Russian, for example since it does not have cases, gen…ders, or compound tenses.) 2) Distance from Languages known: This is how similar or different the words and grammar of the target language are from the speaker's native or previously acquire languages. (It is easier to learn Hebrew if your native language is Arabic than if it is German all else equal because Hebrew shares quite a bit of vocabulary and grammar with Arabic and almost none with German.) As concerns French: 1) Grammar is relatively complex, but not overwhelmingly so and even though some spelling combinations are difficult at first glance (eau = oh), these combinations are consistent. 2) Considering that you already speak English (assumed since you submitted this question in English), French is very close to English and has heavily influenced English. Therefore, all else being equal French should be one of the easier languages for you to learn. (MORE)
French kids learn to speak French by ear at home, just as we learn to speak our native language from our family and friends, from early childhood. But just as in any language, there are certain things you can't learn entirely by ear. In French, the spelling and grammar require a lot of study and pra…ctice, even for native speakers. In terms of spelling, they need to learn which accents to use and when and why, and how to know when there are silent endings on words, and how to spell those. There are different kinds of pronouns, and rules about where they are placed in a sentence, etc. French grammar is much more complicated than English grammar, so they study it more intensively, and for more school years, than we do. In order to be successful both academically and socially, mastering French grammar is key. (MORE)
Some reasons for learning how to speak French include: facilitates travel (French is the official language of around 30 countries in the world), or to expand your horizons (meeting new people, job opportunities, etc.)
all of the tenses that exist and that are still in frequent usage, you should've learned them
Without question, the best place to be immersed in a language is the location where that language is most common. Learning French would obviously be best in France. However, since many cannot travel there, the alternatives are through a French tutor or by taking a French course at a community colleg…e or online. (MORE)
You can learn a variety of relevant information about the French aristocracy on the internet at websites such as wikipedia. Also you can read about it in encyclopedia Britannica.