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Learn to Speak French – Tips and Tricks to Learn Basic French

Bonjour mes amis! Comment parler français?

Do you slightly understand the meaning of that sentence because you have been trying to learn the language?

So, what does the sentence mean?

It says – ‘how to speak French?


If you are also trying to learn French but cannot decide where to start or how to go about it then ‘cherDieu’ (Dear God), you are at the right place!

French as a language is said to be the language of ‘romance’. The language descended from the Vulgar Latin of the Roman Empire, just like the other Romance languages.

French is an official language in around 29 countries across five different continents; most of these countries are members of the ‘Organisation International de la Francophonie (OIF).

French is the second most studied language worldwide (after English) and is one of the most spoken languages in the world. More than 100 million people speak French as a second language or are currently learning it.

The rich history of the French language, the French literature and the beauty of the language are few of the major reasons that attract so many learners of the language from across the world.

And if you are one of the many learners, then read on to find out the many ways of learning this ‘Romantic Language’!

Learn basic French

Learn Basic French: Tips and Tricks!!

First things first: how to learn French? What are the various methods of learning it?

You can hire a private tutor, enroll yourself in a language learning course, study on your own with the help of an audio course, or you can pick-up a French beginners learning book if you want to start small. All these methods have their own pros and cons.

So, which method should you go with? The choice of your mode of learning depends on various factors like availability of time, convenience, need of learning etc.

Once you have decided your preferred way of learning French, you now have to understand a few things about French to felicitate your learning and as a primary head-start to your learning expedition!

Cheat Codes!! Common French Conversation Starters!

  • Bonjour (Hello)
  • Comment vousappelezvous? (What’s your name?)
  • Je m’appelle… (My name is…)
  • Comment vas-tu? (How are you?)
  • Enchanté(e)! (Pleased to meet you)

French words for beginners

Whichever language you speak as your first language, pronunciation will be one of the major hurdles in your learning. For the beginners, pronunciation of words can be a significant challenge.

You might find a few words familiar and might know the meaning of the French words like hôtel or phonétique, but the accent marks used in writing the Franch language are probably unfamiliar.

French pronunciation must be precise and written French reflects this with five different kinds of accent marks. The difference between où (where) and ou (or) is all in how you say it.

People often ask me, “How to pronounce French words?”. This doubt is quite common due to the accent marks.

Mispronunciation can lead to real confusion, but once you recognize the accent marks, it becomes much easier to pronounce words you have never seen or heard before. So pay more attention on the pronunciation and grammar. And Practice!!

Dedication is the key. If you lose it in the first few days of learning, then you probably might never be able to learn a new language.

The Wonder Way Of Learning French!!

Today, when we are all running day in and day out, we barely have the time to join classes and that’s where we come in! You can learn French on the go, anytime, anywhere.

All you need to do is order our French learning books. It has everything, 10,000 most used French words, phonetic transcriptions, 10,000 example sentences and much more.

All these things covered only to make sure that you can learn how to speak fluent French without having to worry about the pace of learning or pain of travelling to the classes.

And hey, reste concentrée (stay focused), because the secret to learning is within you. If you stay focused to learn a language, nothing can stop you.

To close, after you’ve enrolled with us you can ‘Grâce à moi’ (Thank me) later!

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