French Learner Interview Series: Seyi on Understanding Spoken French and thinking French

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Seyi comes from Nigeria and has been learning French for almost a year. In this interview, he reveals a few techniques he uses to better understand spoken French and sound more fluent. Could you tell French Together readers a little bit about yourself ? My name is Seyi, I’m a recent university graduate from Nigeria. My …

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Interview: Kerstin Hammes Cable on Learning French and Overcoming Obstacles

  Kerstin Hammes Cable runs the Fluent Language blog, has created her own video course about French grammar and also self-published books about language learning. Kerstin’s native language is German and she’s always on a mission to make complicated things a little more simple as a coach for language learners and teachers. In today’s interview, she talks about …

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How to Get the Most Out of Your French Language Exchange

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What if you could practice and learn French with a native speaker, meet people from all around the world and make lifelong friends along the way? Does this sound like something for you? Language exchange is an awesome way to do exactly that, without spending a single penny. As the co-founder of a language exchange website …

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Spoken vs Written French: The 5 Differences You Need to Know

    What did he just say? That’s the question you will inevitably ask yourself when you hear French for the first time. Hardly surprising considering written French and spoken French are so different one could consider them two different dialects. The good news is that you will discover the main differences between written French and spoken …

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Is Listening to Slow French Bad for You? (And How to Do It Anyway)

As a French learner, you may have a hard time understanding spoken French (here is why), You already discovered 9 ways to improve your French listening skills. Today I would like to show you how you can use “slow French” to progressively get used to spoken French. Affiliate disclosure: This article contains yabla affiliate links. …

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