Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Learn to Speak French Fluently

Learn to Speak French Fluently - Don't Throw in the Towel...Yet (part 1)

Let's be frank here. Learning French fluently isn't a cake walk. You probably feel like you are on a treadmill expending lots of time and effort to learn to speak French fluently but not really getting anywhere.

What you have to do is not to throw in the towel. Rest assured that you are not alone and that it's part of the ongoing process of learning to speak French fluently.

You can learn to speak French fluently when you have a little help to keep on, keeping on. You must stay positive. Here are some useful tips that can keep your mission to learn French on target and your journey moving forward.

1. Watch French News or English Programs with French Subtitles

Even though you will not comprehend a lot of what they are saying, you can figure out what's going on with the pictures and video clips that accompany each news story. Also you should notice that there are a lot of French words sound similar to English words that have the same meaning.

In Canada (especially in Quebec) there are many English T.V. programs either dubbed in French or with French subtitles. It's a great way to improve your vocabulary and get used to hearing colloquial French or day-to-day French.

Next week we'll continue with some more tips to learn to speak French fluently...until then...check out some French T.V.

Learn To Speak French Fluently

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