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5 Benefits of Taking French Lessons on Skype

When you're learning French, interacting with native or fluent speakers is one of the best ways to improve your language skills; and in the digital age, connecting with French speakers and instructors is now easier than ever. If you're looking to take your French to the next level, arranging an online lesson with a French instructor might be just the thing for you. What's more, the popular live video platform Skype is the perfect medium for taking French lessons online and offers many ben … Read More

5 Benefits of Taking French Lessons on Skype
When you're learning French, interacting with native or fluent speakers is one of the best ways to improve your language skills; and in the digital age, connecting with French speakers and instructors is now easier than ever. If you're looking to take your French to the next level, arranging an online lesson with a French instructor might be just the thing for you. What's more, the popular live video platform Skype is the perfect medium for taking French lessons online and offers many ben
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For many students, having a conversation in French can be intimidating. Luckily, tutor Nadia B. is here with tips to help you get started chatting it up with some new French friends... As you learn French, practicing it through conversation can become a regular part of your life, by following these easy tips. Before you know it, you will be practicing - and speaking - French with fluency! 1. Try a Meetup The easiest way to practice conversational French is to find a group of French s
5 Fun French Games to Help With Vocabulary and More
Learning French in a class or with a private teacher is important, but as with all languages, practice hours are critical to building fluency. But how do you get motivated to study French every day? According to these sites and apps, the secret is making your lessons into a game! Digital Dialects - Vocabulary and Verb Conjugation Games Aimed mostly at beginning learners, these French games use simple, clear graphics to present practice opportunities for a variety of vocabulary building. Many o
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