Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Learn to Speak French Fluently

Learn to speak French Fluently - Don't Throw in the Towel...Yet(part3)

3. Write It and Speak It

Learning to speak French fluently requires learning hundreds and hundreds of new vocabulary words. Here are 2 cool ways to absorb and add to your vocabulary:

1. Make your own index cards. The simple "act" of writing each French vocabulary word on an index card and saying each word out loud will help you to remember them instead of just buying ready-made index cards.

2. Put these new vocab words to the test by using them when you're out and about and see objects on the street, in your home, grocery shopping, etc. As the saying goes, "If you don't use it, you'll lose it." So practice by applying your new French vocabulary to your everyday life.

By making your learning an active process instead of a passive one, you can learn to speak French quick step at a time.

Learn to Speak French Fluently

1 comment:

Sushiman said...

I am going to France this year and really want to speak French while I am their. In fact, I hope to speak French fluently by the end of this year.
I have started a blog about learning French. Please check it out.