4 Great Tips for Speaking French
Do you want to Travel to the French places of your dreams? You will love these French Speaking Tips to talk with local people and interact with them, learn about their habits and culture. It’s incredibly cool, if you’re fluent in French. French is a widely spoken language in the world after English.
We have four very important tips for you to help you speak a Language Fluently; In a short time you can learn French and make the trip of your dreams.
Sometimes people who learned French at school or in a higher institution, do not feel comfortable talking about what they have learned. This is because vocabulary is scarce and practice is not enough. (If you need more vocabulary, have a look at my courses)
School French may be sufficient for some small talks, but in many cases it is not sufficient for deeper conversations. This small deficiency creates a barrier between you and the more exciting experiences you could have with people in many parts of the world.
Now you can learn French faster and easier, thanks to the increase of various communication and virtual technological tools, such as Skype applications, Zoom, Google conversation and thousands of other resources that are on the Internet. (By the way, if you need a French teacher, here I am 😉
Tip # 1: Take an online French course
Taking a French course is a great adventure. In school you couldn’t make choices about a language, but now you can find a course that suits you and your needs.
You can start the journey of your dreams with everything you have learned to speak and then look for a teacher on any virtual platform such as Preply, Verbling, Italki or another. This tutor must be a native speaker to continue learning the language in the place of your dreams and at the same time being advised by your tutor.
Each language is based on four skills: speaking, listening, reading, writing. Speaking is difficult for many, but speaking is easier with a native speaker. Listening to a native speaker will help you learn the language correctly. You can practice with great freedom because you do not feel observed, it’s just between you and your online teacher.
Tip # 2: Find a speaker in the area
Try to find a native speaker in the area you visit, so you can quickly practice and improve your oral expression. If you want to improve the grammar of the language it would be great if you find a teacher in the area to whom you can ask all your questions. (In usa, there are plenty of French Backeries, owned by French guys who you can speak to every day for example)
Tips # 3: Use French Series and Books
In learning a new language it is important that you train your ear by listening to native speakers. You can choose series, comedies, movies and podcasts in French.
Depending on your level you can make use of the French subtitles, it may be that at the beginning you do not understand much but do not worry since all the sounds and intonation you hear will be recorded in your memory. This will make your learning easier and you will understand much better after having lisnened a lot.
If you choose a book, it is better that it be a children’s book since the vocabulary is simpler and easier to understand. you can find a lot of books for free in every language on many websites such as vk.com and pdfdrive.com
French Speaking Tip # 4: Learn a language abroad
Prepare a language trip, that is, that your trip has the objective of learning a language, and at the same time being able to know the culture of a new country.
Do not be afraid of making mistakes, speak as much as you can, listen as much as you can. Also try to dialogue in various situations and then you will learn to speak more fluently AND you will understand conversations better.
There are some really cheap flights to find on this website that I personnaly use each time I travel: www.skyscanner.com
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