How to successfully learn French

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Struggling to get to grips with French, even after years of study and trying to speak to your French neighbours? Camille Chevalier Karfis, of French Today, offers effective advice that will help break through the language deadlock

As a French teacher, I often hear this comment: “French is way too difficult - after years of studying, I still can’t speak the language.”

I have to admit French is not the easiest of languages. However, I believe everybody can learn French well enough to communicate in French, and get good grades. In my eyes, what’s really important is setting up your priorities.

Before starting to study for hours on end, you first need to decide what ...

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