I am trying to learn french by my self, do you have any tips?
Sep 27, 2008 7:37 AM
Answers · 4
1- Create a French speaking atmosphere. For example: - Change your Pc or phone menu to French language. - Watch French TV-Channels and Radio, although you don't understand it helps you to be familiar with the pronunciation - Chat more with French speakers, because when you need help, it will be fast to get answers. 2-Do some challenges, like: read every day a translated page (not automatically, but an official translation) .That’s helps you to make links between your pre-acquired expressions and French ones. Well, I cannot tell you many tips in a simple post like this one, but keep on asking question. We’ll help ;-) Peace Out, P.S. remark on your blackboard, It’s rarely said to Blackboard "Tableau noir". Rather say: "Tableau" or «Mur» (Mur=wall, if you use the French interface you'll see).
September 29, 2008
September 27, 2008
http://french.about.com/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french/ Feel free to ask me questions too. Sophie.
September 27, 2008
1.Visit france for more than a month and take activities that will have you 'mixed' with the native speakers. 2. BUY A SATELLITE TV! It is a great help, watch french channels. 3. Listen to french songs, preferably for kids, this is what I'm doing in English! 4. Watch french broadcasts in youtube, if you can't afford buying a satellite TV now.
September 27, 2008
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