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French on the Go: Study Tips for Busy Students

French on the Go: Study Tips for Busy Students

Even if you're short on time, you can still practice your French every day. French tutor Carol Beth L. shares her favorite study tips for busy French students... French is a beautiful language, and exciting to learn. For many students, however, life is busy! It is difficult to set aside enough time to learn French properly and to practice what you have learned. There is not just one best way to learn French, however. Here are a few tips to study French in those in-between minutes on the go! … Read More

French on the Go: Study Tips for Busy Students
Even if you're short on time, you can still practice your French every day. French tutor Carol Beth L. shares her favorite study tips for busy French students... French is a beautiful language, and exciting to learn. For many students, however, life is busy! It is difficult to set aside enough time to learn French properly and to practice what you have learned. There is not just one best way to learn French, however. Here are a few tips to study French in those in-between minutes on the go!
Starting With Bonjour: Tips to Help You Learn French
So, you want to learn French! Whatever your motivation and experience, getting started in a language is always the hard part. But good news: there are a lot of resources out there for you if you know how to find them, and a lot of ways to make the process easier and more fun. One huge key to learning any language with fluency is immersion. Now, that doesn't mean you have to head off to a foreign country right away and hope for the best. You certainly can, and it may even be a good choice
Commonly Mispronounced French Words And Phrases - And Their Correct Pronunciation
Whether you're new to speaking French or you've been studying a while, it's never a bad idea to work on your French pronunciation. Language tutor Emmanuel M. shares some of the most common pronunciation mistakes... Taking on the French accent can be a difficult task for many non-native speakers because the language relies heavily on pronunciation.  If you want to be understood, you have to speak French properly. But don’t fret! With plenty of French pronunciation practice, you'll be well
French Grammar Rules: Reading Le Passé Simple
There is one French verb tense that you will likely only come across in literature, the passé simple. French tutor Carol Beth L. shows you how to recognize and understand this tense... The passé simple is a unique tense in the French language. Perhaps one or two centuries ago, it was commonly used like the simple past in English. For example: J'allai au magasin. I went to the store. Je couru deux kilometres. I ran two kilometers. The passé simple is similar to the simple past i
French Verb Conjugation: How to Use Connaitre and Savoir
  Connaître and savoir are two French verbs that every student should get to know well. Like its distinction between second-person pronouns “tu” and “vous,” French also makes a distinction between two different ways in which the speaker might know something, through the two verbs “savoir” and “connaître.” “Savoir” is used for facts and information. For example: I know that Paris is in France. Je sais que Paris se trouve en France. I know that two and two is four. Je sais que deux et

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