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How do I get better at French? After these 50 tips for better French, you’ll know everything you need to improve your favorite language!

"What’s the best way to learn French??"

Ask yourself this in Germany alone thousands of students & every month.

How to master the language& I show you with 50 top tips for a better French! I’m sure you’ll find some tips that you didn’t know yet. I will show you how to overcome the vocabulary and thereby learn to use these beautiful words language without any problems!

TOP 10 tips to get you started!

1. Trust in yourself!

Believe in yourself. Already once word mixed up or mixed up? No problem. Mistakes are not bad as long as you admit them and learn from them.

2. Give yourself time!

Learn French in one day? This does not work. Learning plans and doing exercises every day& will help you to continuously get better. Perseverance is the most important thing. Study plans are incredibly effective if you know how to implement them.

3. Speak as much as you can!

Speak only French at home (ok, yes as best you can). One tip that helped with me in particular: If you talk to your family, say the sentence first in French and repeat it afterwards in German. That way, everyone can understand you and you get lots of practice! And you know Practice makes perfect!

4. Become an ALLROUNDER

How to get better at French? By regularly 4 main categories practice: communication, reading texts, listening to the French language and writing yourself. All four areas are important and must be considered individually.

5. Your personal dictionary

You learned a new word that you want to be able to do? Make a notepad for Cool and helpful vocabulary. Every day before you go to sleep, you go through your list once. This approach often works wonders. Studying French once a week won’t help you much. Repeat your vocabulary ⏱ once a day!

6. Use a variety of learning methods

From the Exam preparation you are often used to just learn everything by heart. But everyone knows that what you learn by heart is quickly forgotten after the exam. Build yourself bridges, study with Pictures or imagine situations to the vocabulary words. This is the best way to learn in the long term.

7. Find your rhythm

When is the best time to learn? To which Time ⏰? In the evening or in the morning? That’s what everyone has to find out for themselves. I’m sure you already know if you ask yourself the question.

8. Learn sentences instead of words

It’s always helpful when learning vocabulary complete sentences to learn. When you learn words in the context of their classical usage, they stay in your memory much easier.

9. Set personal goals

Take a fixed deadline before, by when you want to achieve certain Goals want to have done. Only those who work towards something can also achieve something. Certain Language tests and exams are optimal objectives for your success in French. I have you times an overview of the level tests& picked out here.

10. Reward yourself for your successes!

If you want to learn for the future, though, you’re going to need some Sense of achievement in between! Rewards are important and motivate you to keep at it.

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11. Motivation is key: Already tried to learn because you had to? Bad conditions. You always learn more when it comes from you and when you approach it positively. So remember what you want to achieve and use it as motivation.

12. Find your learning style: Auditory learning style &? Heard before? There are several of them – only you can answer which one suits you best. Here you see an overview of all learning styles that exist. Finding the right one for you, learns faster and more effectively.

Source: ready-to-learn.de

13. Test different learning methodsTake a moment and think about how you learn. Have you ever shared with other people & learned? What about small Query cards? The proof of the pudding is in the eating!

14. Exchange ideasLanguages can be practiced very well in any case in Groups. So if you ever want to wrong vocabulary used, someone can kindly improve you and you learn from it. Alone you fall such minor error not often.

15. Repetition = everything: Don’t you still have a review of old vocabulary a few weeks ago? Test yourself if they are still all in your head&.

16. taking breaks: Only those who now and then goes out or do something else, too, can Learn effectively. Especially in French there is a lot to pay attention to and your mind is constantly challenged.

17. Stay patient: Wake up and speak like a Frenchman? Rather unlikely. Like everything you learn, French is a process and only through continuous improvement will you reach your goals. &

18. Start series evening: Breaking Bad. Suits. Friends. These are your Secret weapons, when it comes to french. The nice thing: you look at it either way, so why not just do it in French. Learning couldn’t be easier (you can thank me later for the excuse for a series marathon& ).

19. Get into the conversation: From whom do you learn better than from one Native Speaker? Find one Tandem partner, you can exchange in french. Portals for this are Italki, Tandem.net or TutorSpace.

20. Become a bookworm: Already once literature& in authoring read? Mostly much better than the translated version. Find some French authors and read the originals. It doesn’t matter if you like crime stories or novels. As for books, everyone can find the right one.

21. Back to childhoodChildren’s stories and fairy tales& are a great starting point if you have just started learning French. Simple vocabulary and fun to read. Getting better at French is guaranteed.

22. Read newspaperIndirect speech and passive sentences are an important part of French. Little tip &: Especially reporters and newspaper writers use this way of writing. A look into a French newspaper online is definitely worth it.

23. Grasping the big picture: overall context> Single words. Always roughly skim the sentence or paragraph with your eyes before you go further in depth. So ‘breaking up’ the sentences is easier for you, because you already know where to go.

24. Learning vocabularyOne Vocabulary does not sound familiar? Pay attention to the vocabulary before and after. Most of the time you can just guess what the word means. A quick check online and congratulations&: You just learned a new word and got a little better at French.

25. use translatorsGoogle Translator? Super helpful. But also tools like Deepl or Linguee are super tools to identify words quickly. If you also find suitable apps, you’ll have a lot of fun on the go no problems translating new words.

26. verb forms canNot only the single vocabulary is important. Also all forms from this. Whether Past or future tense – you have to have them.

27. Emphasis is what counts: French is a beautiful language. But no wonder. The French also place an incredible amount of importance on the individual stresses. The best way to learn French and the stresses is to have the words spoken to you from time to time&. Google can do that for example.

28. Talk to yourself: Talk to yourself every now and then& (I do it all the time, anyway)? If so, great! Just talk to yourself in French. You can also get quite simple conversations consider and lead them in the head. Of course in the new language!

29. Salut Paris!: Cycling you have through Try it out learned. Speeches also. Writing also. The best way to learn French is to try it out. A visit to Paris ✈️ to improve your skills doesn’t sound so bad, does it??

30. It comes with time: Grammar is sometimes annoying and sometimes maybe even confusing. Don’t worry about it. Through communication and the Exchange with a native speaker the grammar comes by itself.

31. Become a superstar: You sing& with pleasure in the shower? Your voice is that of an angel? Yes? Perfect! Then turn on your speakers and sing along loudly. fun and learning are not necessarily so far apart!

32. Facebook time as a learning platform: 2 hours a day on Facebook on the way? Then take advantage of the 2 h by actively participating in discussions in French groups. There are a lot of them and you learn to run your Use French actively.

33. Listening to the radio properly: We live in an interconnected world. A Radio stations from France & while chilling in the room? A super chance to make progress without consciously learning anyway. Great radio stations in French you can find here.

34. Back to Bibi Blocksberg& Co.: Audio books & are incredibly helpful. Do you still remember Bibi Blocksberg or the 3 question marks? Believe it or not, these are also available in French. A great opportunity to relive childhood memories and learn French.

35. Little minigameListen actively to an audio book and take notes on what is said. And that in French. Make it without spelling mistakes? Can you follow what is said?

36. Listening& LearnWhen you look at the Tip 31 to heart and you like to hear your voice, you can also try the Record speaking. & Many people don’t like this very much, but if you listen to yourself, you’ll quickly realize what else you can improve can. Also, it’s awesome to listen to old memos every now and then and keep your Progress to keep in mind.

37. getting helpWith your own audio track, you can also share it with your friends tutor or tandem partner to give for correction. This way he will quickly realize how he can help you best.

38. Bye dictionary!: dictionary? Other direct translations? Out with it! Buy a dictionary that covers French vocabulary only with a French explanations & translates.

39. Good news: this French-French dictionaries are available in different levels of difficulty. Depending on where you are, you will find a suitable one – promised!

40. Use your brain: Reference books are helpful, no question, but don’t rely on them too heavily. Think first, then look up!

41. Think positive: If you positive remain&, the whole thing becomes a huge fun. You will see, if you enjoy learning, it will run by itself.

42. CONCENTRATION!: Collect yourself briefly, before a conversation with another person is about to start. How to start with full concentration in the conversation and are fully!

43. Don’t just throw away!: Throw your Documents, with whom you have learned French, not just away. You never know look up have to, and then it’s smart if you know where to find what.

44. You are never too old!: "You can only learn languages when you are young." Completely wrong! ❌ Maybe it’s easier at a young age, but if you’re motivated, there’s nothing that can stand in your way, or?

45. Doing instead of thinking: In the end one thing counts – Make. Only from Dreams and thoughts & you do not learn French. Often it hurts to think too much about a subject before you really get started. So what are you waiting for?

46. Business French?: An area you should save for later. No master has fallen from the sky yet. step by step & to the perfect French.

Source: buzzfeed.com

47. Language needs timeIt can be very complicated your To get rid of accent, when you get to a certain level. But I can reassure you: It gets better with time and the more you talk and listen to native speakers, the better you will become.

48. Learn To Go: When you’re on the road, it’s important to know your Flashcards & always have it in your pocket. The bus is late? One more time quickly practice some vocabulary. Over the days, these little bits of learning add up and in the end it makes a lot of difference.

Here you’ll find a few pre-made flashcards that you can refer to at any time via your mobile devices & can access.

49. Post-it!: Small pieces of paper above your bed or at home on the doors can also make a lot of difference. A super place is the mirror when brushing your teeth. In the few minutes you can also besides once again the Post-Its skim.

50. Listen to your heart!: Most of the time it makes sense to listen to the Feeling while speaking to listen. If the sentence sounds intuitively right and makes sense to you, there’s a good chance it’s correct. Trust your learning and yourself.

Why don’t you take today Contact a private native speaker? Download the free TutorSpace app now or check out our website, and find within a few kilometers a native speaker. Or maybe one High school teacher of French?

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