Learning French Through Our Way of Living

Est-ce que tu parles francais?

That is "do you speak French?" Learning the most romantic language in the world is not a daunting task. Think of what you want, and get it. You might be rushing from your bed, to the subway, to your office, and back but believe me there is enough time to learn French.

Incline sur la façon dont apprendre le français effectivement (Tips on How to Learn French Effectively)

The subheading says it all. Here they are:

o Francophone Everything- The language that you want to learn should be incorporated in your lifestyle. Label everything French in your house and in no time you will be learning new words. Make the kitchen, bedroom, laundry room as French as possible. Your brain will love it and learning will be faster.

o Popcorn Night with French Movies- Buy DVD or rent movies which are in French. Experiment with the subtitles by turning them off so you will hear how musical the language is, or turn it on so you get to understand some of the sentences. Some internationally acclaimed films in French are Amelie, Chocolate, and the Dreamlife of Angels.

o Tour France- the best method to learn the French language is by visiting the city of light. Immersing oneself to the culture and the people is definitely the fastest way to learn the language. In France, they speak French from cab drivers, to front desk personnel, waiters, everyone. Try to converse in French and before you end your holiday you will somehow be familiar with the throaty vocals of the language. Oui (Yes)?

o Make French Connections- if you do not have the budget to go to Paris, you can meet new French friends in you community. By meeting these people you will be able to practice the language. You can join wine testing events and restaurants which will allow you to immerse yourself in French culture. There are also language exchange programs that you may find in your community boards, university, or internet forums.

o Sing, Sing French- Check out CD's of French music and try to sing along with it. Try to be conscious of the pronunciation, accent, and pacing of words. Music media will let your brain easily recognize the foreign words.

o Lisez les livres français (Read French Books) – It is time to borrow books from your local library or get some bargain from the second hand bookstore. Learning should not be expensive. Poetry, fiction, or the history of France will make you fall in love to French language.

o Watch French TV- with the hundreds of channels available on cable, satellite, or internet TV you will learn French in no time. TV is a good avenue that you can mix with books and other audio resources in your quest to learn a foreign language.

o French Phrases- Impress people by telling things using French. Je t'aime means I love you. Watch how your special someone will react to that. Short phrases can be a good approach to learning the words, the pronunciation, the accent and the structure of a new language.

Allez apprendre le français. Why do not you look that up?