The one-to-one system always makes good sense when studying a foreign language because of the much better personal tuition offered, but there are other reasons why you should use this system to learn French.
In Part 1, we took a look at all the reasons for why you should send your children to France to learn French, but now let’s take a look at your choice of schools there. How do you choose the best French school for your kids to study the language of France once they are ready to use the French language?
It probably goes without saying that the best place to learn French is in the country of its origin. This is why you should send your kids to France to learn French, if you want them to become fluent in the language. So, let us take a look at some of the advantages of learning French in France.
Your knowledge and experience of French amounts to zero, at least, that’s what it seems like, but you have decided you really want to learn the language. So you ask yourself: where should I start? Learning a few phrases for beginners in French, and some vocabulary would be an excellent starting point.
Many languages have words that have more than one meaning, and French is no exception. If you are taking a course in our French language school, you will learn many examples of French words with two meanings. It is a very important part of your studies to do this, because otherwise it is easy to make silly mistakes when talking to a French speaker, and although this doesn’t really matter, it can be embarrassing and even dent your confidence.
So let us take a look at some widely used French words with more than one meaning.
French can be a tricky language for English speakers to learn for a variety of reasons, and there are a number of common mistakes that beginners often make. Making a blunder by getting a word wrong can be very embarrassing in a social situation, but it often happens and is nothing to worry about. Native French speakers will make allowances for you and be pleased to see you are making the effort to learn their language.
What are some of the most common mistakes that are likely to be made? Let’s take a look.
Just like in other countries, the spoken accents in the different regions of France are different too. If learning the French language we should be aware of this. Let’s take a look at the different accents that are spoken by French people in the different areas of the country.