9 Lessons Learned: French

Things You Should Know when Learning French

Any language demands memorization something one would need to know right from the word go. French is no different as it tends to determine equally as much memorizing. French audiobooks would be imperative tools for learning French. You would need to go for audiobooks or any other audio files to help you read even when you are reading French magazines and novels. You would need to remember that there is a difference between spoken French and written French. You would need to remember that there are so many liaisons, gliding as well as silent letters which tends to come in conjugation, verbs, as well as grammar. You would always remember to use audiobooks even when you need to learn grammar.

A French beginner would consider going for a right audio tool as opposed to going to a French movie. It would not be as efficient to learn French from movies as your primary source. It would also be wise to get audiobooks right especially when beginning your studies. You may also need to consider whether you need to read, write or you need to learn things by heart. Whichever method you are using, you would need to adopt French audiobooks as essential tools.

You would also need to remember that self-studying is not a thing for everyone. You would note that some people tend to learn French far much faster when compared to others. You would, therefore, need to know what type of person you are in learning of languages. Even when you are not good in languages, it would mean that you will take a little longer to perfect your written and spoken French. You would also need to remember that the learning style and tools you use also tends to be as imperative to understanding the French.

You would also need to avoid translating French into English as little as possible. When you are a beginner, translation may be needed but with time, you should consider avoiding translation as much as possible. Translating on an idea from English to French would not be wise thing to do. One would not only consume time and energy but would also get several aspects of the language in question wrongly. You would need to link the new word to an image, feelings, and situations but would need to avoid linking it to English as much as possible. You would need to remember to avoid learning French in sentences. You would need to study French in short sitting and regularly as opposed to one sitting where you should group related words together.

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