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I'm currently studying french and it's been my dream to speak it fluently since i was 8 :] Has anyone learned french as a second language and have any tips? I heard traveling is the best way to practice.
over 5 years ago
im learning french at the moment, i find the best way to learn large quantities of french is to talk to a french exchange student, and them help you with your accent. another method i use, especially before exams, is that i write the french down, then translate it into english, and then (without looking) back to french. it soon sticks ... if that makes sense?
December 31, 2010
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January 1, 2011
hahahaha so trueand just immerse yourself in french. watching french tv-shows/movies with french subtitles really helps. especially movies you've already seen so the story is easier to follow.
January 5, 2011
I am also learning French these days. I have always studied by myself through internet or some books for a few years but in March, I will continue my study at a language school in Paris. You've got to be in France in order to practice and learn it for good.
January 19, 2011
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