How to learn French?
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.
People in England may learn French, as one of the languages in their family background. They may learn French, because of England and France being neighbors across the English Channel from each other. They may learn French, for a career in dance or diplomacy. They may learn French, in preparation for teaching. French is a major research language tool worldwide, currently and historically. In fact, it was the language of the monarchy for a couple…
If you don't live in a French speaking country you will have a hard time to learn conversational French. However thanks to the internet things have changed. If you use a good audio based course like Audible French which focus on teaching you conversational French you will learn to speak French much faster. You won't be fluent but will learn enough to get by whenever you are in France for holiday. http://www.audiblelanguages.com/audible-french.php
well its because half of africans countries for example Congo, learn french instead of English, and then north africans like sudenes learn English instead of french, well its because half of africans countries for example Congo, learn french instead of English, and then north africans like sudenes learn English instead of french,