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Tips for students learning French

Learning the French Language? Well, you will find that the following tips are going to help you out considerably when you are learning!

Spend as much time as you possibly can learning French. This is probably something that should go without saying. However, you don't want to do the same things time and time again. Instead, put a little bit of effort into learning new concepts, try different ways of communicating in that language e.g. conversation, reading and writing. Basically, do as much as possible or you will never learn the language.
Read Books and Newspapers in French. As good as worksheets are, the only way in which you are going to learn proper French is by immersing yourself in proper French. If you want to practice your reading and writing then head to an online forum and get discussing. This is a great way to pick up a bit of slang.
Once you learn something new, whether it be a new word or a new grammar rule, start to practice it straight away so you don't forget it!
Use a proper French dictionary, not using one is probably one of the biggest mistakes you can make. There are so many people out there who use pocket dictionaries to learn French, and this will never work in a million years, not only are they difficult to use but there are not a lot of words in them. Pick up a fairly substantial hard cover book, you will be using it for a long, long time.
Immerse yourself in the French language if you can. I know this isn't always possible, but the best way without a doubt is to head to France or another French speaking country and just talk to the locals, basically, you are going to want to learn as much about the language as you possibly can.
Whilst software and books is great to some extent for learning language, they aren't full proof methods and I don't believe you will be able to learn the language by using just those. If you are serious about learning French, then try and get hold of a proper French teacher. It will do wonders to your learning.
Don't be afraid to speak in French! If you are, then you will never be up to a conversational standard. My suggestion is that you get stuck into the speaking process as soon as possible. You won't know every single word that you say, but you will be able to pick up a substantial amount. You will also get hints and tips from the way that people speak to you.

Yes, this is just a few tips on how you can go about learning French, but honestly, if you put just a few of them into practice, your learning will benefit substantially. Remember, if you put the time and effort in, you could potentially learn the language up to a full conversational standard within a year.

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