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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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
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.
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 their language.. Im not the one who moved here, so yeah why should I learn spanish FOR THEM?!
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.
they learn English spanish German and Chinese and polish
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 b…roaden their horizons and employment opportunities, and of course it really comes in handy when travelling!!!
yes french is one of the main subjects their in the schools I know
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 th…e 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!
No, It has not been mandatory since 2006.
A french school.
A french school.
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.
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.
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 ta…ught but in very few high schools.
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 practice, 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.