What is the best way to start learning French?
The best way to start learning French is to find the ideal language partner who is the best to match with your needs.
There is no standardized teaching method which can be applied for every profile, every level, because every learner is unique, each one having a personal goal, and a different level of motivation (motivation is key to success)
A qualified and experienced instructor can make you feel really comfortable with the language within a few months time, but remember learning a foreign language is a long-term process.
it is not so easy for me
i am a Chinese girl
i learned English when i was in school
so now i can meet a lot of people who can speak English
but it is so difficult for me to find someone who can speak Franch
so difficult for me
in this situation
do you have any other suggestions?
Well I'm a beginner in French (I actually just started last week). I bought myself a couple of beginner French books (that came with a CD), a pharsebook and a pocket dictionary.
My first short-term goal is to complete the beginner's level myself, and then maybe I'll join an intermediate course somewhere.
I don't know if its the best way, but its a start (for me anyway). Good luck and happy learning!
there is one thing confusing me,if some just started to learn a new language and he/she even can't say a complete sentence,what the native partner can do?Thank you so much,you answer is really good.
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