Wednesday, December 23, 2009

time for french

“I would like to learn a French language but i don't really have the time”I can hear you say that. If so then read on. If you can learn something new consciously or unconsciously everyday, why not with French.

[b] Learn while working[/b]
While working, maybe you could listen to French radio stations. Even if you don't listen to them very attentively, just having them burbling away in the background is beneficial as it helps you to tune into the sounds and rhythms of French, and to pick up new words and phrases.

[b]Seize the moment[/b]
During a typical day, there are usually times when you could fit in a bit of language study. Even if you only study for five or ten minutes at a time, it all adds up in the end. In fact it can be beneficial to spread your studies over a number short periods, rather than doing it all in one or two big chunks. The more often you practice and review material, the better you'll remember it and be able to use it.

[b] Squeeze time[/b]
If you go to work or school or university every day, perhaps you could use that time for study. Other times you could use for study/practice include while preparing meals, washing dishes, doing house work, gardening, jogging, and queuing, during your lunch break or at the gym.
The type of study or practice will depend on what else you're doing. In some cases you could listen to a lesson or two, or to other material such as songs, audio books, radio programmes, etc. In others you could practice reading and or writing in French language, or even practice speaking. If you want to practice orally, then you could pretend to talk to a French colleague or instructor.

[b]Mobile[/b]
Almost everyone has a mobile phone. some learners store French songs and play them for listening pleasure and in the process improve their grammar and vocabulary.

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