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The Importance of Studying a Language

At a time when the take-up of languages at GCSE, 'A' Level and beyond is decreasing, I want to...
A-level French

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Spoken French

Spoken French, every student's biggest fear! Are you frantically going through vocabulary...
French (general)

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The Beauty Of French Poetry

This article is all about poetry and the extraordinary world of French poems. As French poetry...
GCSE French

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Do girls do better than boys at French?

Statistically speaking, it is true that girls do better than boys in French when the GCSE...

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  • How to Learn a Language Successfully

    French (general) Tutor (Leeds) Picture Hi, A few tips for language learning - learn a little and often: 20 minutes a day is about right. use different methods of learning: Internet, revision cards, text books, practising with a friend, post-it notes. find an excellent tutor who will support you throughout your...
  • Living French to learn French

    A-level French Tutor (Rochester) Picture Learning French can seem like a never-ending battle, in which there is always more to learn, more to practice and, indeed, more to forget! This I know very well from my own experience. A-Level French to me consisted of endless vocabulary lists and grammar tables, which can not only be daunting...
  • French Culture and Communication

    French (general) Tutor (Durham) Picture I think the most important thing to learn a language is to practise speaking. For that reason, dialogue and communication should be practised in lessons. Also, a focus on grammar and conjugation is important. If you'd like an interesting introduction to French culture, communication and...

 

  • Study Books

    French (general) Tutor (Tonbridge) Picture I would stongly recommend buying a set of Bescherelle language reference books (especially the verb tables) and the Side by Side grammar book. Also check out the online exercises provided on languages websites such as www.languagesonline.org.uk. Just remember to have fun with any language learning!
  • A World of Words

    French (general) Tutor (East London) Picture What is a new language if not a new world of people, images, history and experience? This is why a very good option is to learn languages through your passions and interests, using all the resources that technology offers: the internet, films, on line magazines, games, and so on. Insert all of...
  • Go for it!

    French (general) Tutor (Portsmouth) Picture The world is shrinking. Communication is vital. Learning languages is sometimes seen as boring and useless; I see them as a fundamental part of modern life. As a child born in a bilingual country, I was exposed to two languages from the start. Speaking French to my mother and Dutch to my...