Why is it difficult to learn French?
French may be difficult to learn because of certain challengingsounds, such as the 'r' and the 'u'. It may be difficult to learn because of the grammar. It's a precise language that has definite rules to be respected, and broken conversationally. It may be difficult because of the structure of the syllable. The English language tends to end syllables in a consonant. French tends to do so with vowels. Following English syllable rules can change the sound and meaning of words in French. It may be difficult to learn because of vocabulary. A word such as 'librairie' is a 'false friend', because it means 'book store' not 'library'.
Frech is not that hard it's pretty simple ive takin french for 2weeks and learned a buck load it's very easy and the vowels are not that hard to pronouce but i will say french will become hard once it's time to learn about past tense and verbs, stuff like that is complicated, that happens in french IV im in french I
Add : Being a french-speaking person myself, I understand that the fact that objects have a genra, meaning that they're either masculine or feminine, is pretty hard to assimilate.
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
Sure! Most kids in other countries learn more than one language, so why not learn french! It might be difficult to find anyone who would speak french with you if you were on a trip and didn't know anyone in Australia...Perhaps researching french clubs in Australia would be helpful to find areas where people will speak french.
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In MY opinion, I find french to be alot less complicated than mandarin Chinese. Because to learn Chinese you have to know the symbols, read them and write them correctly. Mandarin Chinese pronounciation can be quite difficult also. As with french there are no symbol and in my opinion french is easier to pronounce.
Why do pupils perform poorly in french grammar in the anglophone countries studying french in their school eg Ghana?
French is a rather complicated language. The advantage for English speakers is that English vocabulary has a large part of words of French origin. That said, it is really difficult to learn a language without attending a course in that language. You can then speed up the process by reading books fit for your language level, by listening French radios on the internet (the Radio-France network anchors speak clearly and without any perturbing regional accent)…