As a French teacher, I often hear students pronounce the French vowels incorrectly. In fact, many English speakers tend to pronounce the French vowels in the same way they would pronounce English vowels.
In this blog post, I will teach you how to correctly pronounce the French vowels.
So, are you ready to learn? Let’s get started!
If you’re a French student, you know that verb conjugations can be tricky. But did you know that sometimes they can even invade your dreams? This week, one of my students told me that he started dreaming in French! It was so weird – and I’m sure all the others students will find it hilarious – but it was a really cool experience.
Vive la France !
Greetings, students! If you’re looking to learn French and gain your intellectual freedom, then there’s no better place than Montpellier. Located in the south of France, this charming city is full of culture and history. And what better way to learn French than by immersing yourself in the language and culture? I should know – I’m a native speaker! There are plenty of reasons to learn French beyond just impressing your friends and family. Let me tell you a few…
What about the benefits of learning a new language, especially French? Language is a window into a culture and country’s way of life, and there are many benefits to be gained from learning a new language besides just being able to speak it. There are so many aspects of French society- from food to politics to art- that would be virtually inaccessible without understanding the language! One of the best ways to ensure you’ll get all this is by learning French like a child…
I’m often asked by my students if learning French is difficult. And to be honest, it can be! There’s a lot of grammar rules to remember and new vocabulary to learn. But with a little hard work and dedication, you can definitely become proficient in this beautiful language. So don’t give up – keep practicing and you’ll be speaking like a native in no time!
What to do against the fear of speaking in French? There are different ways to deal with the fear of speaking in French. One approach is to face the fear head on and gradually work your way up to speaking in public. Another method is to practice regularly so that your confidence grows over time. You can also seek out a tutor or language partner who can help you improve your fluency and pronunciation . Finally, remember that everyone makes mistakes, so don’t be too hard on yourself. Just relax and enjoy the experience of speaking French!
The French speak and write their own language in a way that is unique to them. The informal moment, when you speak with your colleagues or friends at the coffee machine for example, is often more important than official meetings. We will explore some of the secrets of speaking and writing informal French: what makes it different from English and how it can be applied in business settings.
When you are learning French at the beginner level, it is very likely that your communication will only be limited to reading or writing. You may have tried to listen to French songs or watch movies but the listening component doesn’t work well if you’re not fluent in speaking. Ask someone who speaks French fluently how you can improve your communication at this stage of learning . How Can I Improve My Communication at the Beginner Level in French While I Don’t Speak Fluently? And a lot of tips to improve communication at the beginner level.