Monday, 27 February 2012
So you've decided you want to learn french. Easy to say, but not necessarily easy to do. You may decide that classroom instruction would be the best option for you. This gives you personal interaction with a French-speaking teacher. In the classroom, you can get immediate feedback on your speaking skills, and you also have the opportunity to ask any questions as they arise. Even if you have signed up for French lessons, there is nothing stopping you from buying additional resources to help you learn more quickly. Many folks enjoy learning a language through the use of flashcards. This is a good way to practice important French vocabulary whenever you have a few spare moments. You can make a game of it, and challenge yourself to recognize the words more and more quickly. Another easy thing to do is to hang special educational posters on the wall or over your desk, where you will see them all the time.