The best advice I can think of is to not be afraid of making mistakes, especially in front of fluent speakers. To learn french easily, start learning the basics of the grammar, some basic verbs, nouns, etc... But don't over do it, just get enough down for basic sentences and expressions and above all learn to ask questions. After that its just find someone to practice with, a native speaker. there's no magic secret, its just practice and repetition.
English has A LOT of words with a French origin. Take a look at written French, and you'll already notice a lot of words that you already know. Start with this comparative approach to ease your way in.
Jump into it. Get a book that has the story in French and English. Rosetta Stone is your best bet, but a free version can be found online. Type it into Google and you should be able to find a few.
by emichael 5 years ago
I am going to try to learn French. Any helpful tips?I took one semester of it in college, and I just really enjoyed the language. I think part of it is that I just want the challenge. My question is for those of you who took on the task of learning a new language in your post-college days. What...
by bootan83 5 years ago
whats easy way to learn french lang.
by AllanWrites 8 years ago
I'm attempting to learn French at the moment outside of school and im just scouting hubpages for helpful people who can speak english and french fluently!Thanks!
by klevifusha 15 months ago
If you were able to learn a foreign language without any effort, which language would you choose to speak and why?
by simplewriting 2 years ago
I am trying to learn French, any French movies you recommend?
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
Which is the easiest foreign language to master and why?
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