What if You Could Learn French Today?

 

Want to start learning French but don’t know how?

I think the first step to learning a new language is to start with key vocabulary. Remember that throughout the whole process, pronunciation and retention of the material you learn (practicing), are extremely vital. IF you learn something incorrectly, then you’ll have a super hard time fixing your error down the road (for example, you get into the habit of mispronouncing “Bonjour” (hello).. it will take less work to learn it right the first time and more effort to correct yourself).

Vocabulary (verbs, nouns, and adjectives, etc) are the basis of any sentence or conversation. Here are some common French topics which beginner French classes often focus on (and thus, you should focus on too):

Simple expressions such as: how to say: hello, good bye, how are you, my name is…, what’s your name? I am (american, a dentist, a tourist, etc)…

You need to learn how to conjugate (use the correct verb tense with the correct speaker).

You need to learn the words AND genders for things like: family members (mom, dad, brother, etc), places (my house, the park, the movie theater), Household items (the television, the telephone, the bed), Food (an apple, a glass of water), transportation (an airplane, a car, a bike), Days and Months (Wednesday, April)

Simple adjectives such as good, bad, new, young, old, fun, happy, sad. Colors are useful to know.

How to ask for directions, how to order Food in French, how to buy things, etc

Valuable tips for Language learners:

1. Immersion, when used properly, is the utmost best way to learn a language.

2. Daily exposure to French is required, ideally a few hours a day. Make sure you incorporate French into your everyday routine (don’t think pencil, thing un crayon).

3. PRACTICE is key to mastering anything. Review vocabulary words multiple times. In addition, be eager to practice your French with other language learners or French people, even if it’s just saying bonjour!

4. Do not get flustered by mistakes, learn from them.

5. Set reasonable goals/ expectations for yourself. Don’t expect to become fluent, by teaching yourself, in a year… that’s setting yourself up for failure. Rather, say: “I want to learn __________, by time my vacation in France next year.” 6. Make sure you make this journey FUN for yourself. Nobody likes to do tasking, boring work. Reward yourself by listening to French music, or reading into the culture you are trying to understand better.

Learning a new language can be daunting at times so this article will discuss where to begin learning French, what materials and topics to start with.

 

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Originally posted 2015-07-08 13:01:44.

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