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In Learning To Speak French - Articles Surfing

The French language is the first language of people living in France and other former French territories such as Quebec, a Canadian province. To date, French speaking people have already reached its more than 75 million mark and there are still a lot of individuals who are interested in learning and soon speaking the French language.

When a person is doing or learning something for the very first time, there is a certain level of difficulty before familiarity and ease come in the picture. Since the English speakers have gotten used to pronouncing words as they see it, French may become a little strange. But of course, everybody knows that there are specific points of differences between the English and French language.

One can still create a simple method to take French lessons with little baby steps at a time. Starting with French pronunciation is an option to how a person can begin learning the language. Familiarizing the French letters and how each one is used in a French word can start small but also become extremely valuable when learning the proper grammar later on.

Also, observe that the French language has certain distinction when it comes to some words or person. This distinction is that the first person singular subject pronoun and the words days, weeks, months and languages do not start with capital letters. Once you have accomplished this part of the French language (though it may seem simple); you will be ready as well to take on other French conditions of the language. Just keep in mind that you are not trying to learn English again, it's French. You will never be able to learn the French language properly if you stick to your English roots.

Another fact in learning French is that there are words you will encounter which are spelled exactly like words in the English language but you have to be careful in using it since most likely, it means differently. Take your time in learning the French language; Rome was not built in a day and so will your knowledge of the French language. Patience is still a virtue.

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Shareen Aguilar

Shareen Aguilar is a writer for Learn French Program which has Memory Improvement Books and Memory Game Software for better French language memorization.



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