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How French Together helps students learn French…
One of the best parts of this course is the fact that you had the dialogues at ‘normal speed’ versus slowed down dialogues, so it meant that you could hear how the conversation would sound in ‘real time’ vs the ‘slowed down’ audio for your ears to ‘listen more. By day twenty of this course, I felt confident enough to speak (I had to travel to France), as well as understand simple everyday sentences/directions, which only enhanced my stay in France.
J. Williams Robson
I’ve now finished Level 1 and I think it’s a huge difference in my French skills now compared to before. My French vocabulary has gotten a lot bigger and thanks to the audio – both normal speed & slow speed – my pronunciation has improved and I better understand simple, common meanings in French just by listening…
After using the French Together course, I had a chance to speak to a French person – I traveled to England and Normandy and dared to start a conversation with our guide (who is from Paris and spoke perfect English. He wasn’t very talkative with me in French – but I was thrilled that he understood me and I – him. He was very surprised that I had studied French only for a few months.
Are these 2 mistakes the reason why you freeze when you try to speak French?
If you have been learning French for months (or even years) and still lack the confidence to speak French, you may think you just need to work harder, that you’re too old to learn French or that you’re bad at languages.
Truth is, the reason why so many French learners struggle to speak and understand French is that they make 2 easily-avoidable mistakes.
Click on the button below to discover what these 2 mistakes are and find out why some people quickly speak French with confidence while others never go beyond bonjour!