You know as well as I do that learning French can be quite difficult. Adding to the degree of difficulty is the fact that, in each direction you look, you are bombarded with a deluge of French learning resources.
What is the best learning method to use? Which will work best for your motivation type and level of learning? Where exactly should you begin?
Throughout my years of teaching French, I have heard these dilemmas over and over again from hundreds of French learners. When not done properly, learning a new language can be pull-your-hair-out frustrating. When you do not know which way to look, it can be overwhelming at best and miserable at worst.
Even as I say this, you are probably wondering, out of the many available resources in the market and all of the different methods claiming to be the best way to learn French, why exactly should I pick this course?
There are many things I could say about what this study guide is, but let me tell you what it is not.
It is NOT your usual run-of-the-mill study guide
I created this course specifically with learners like you in mind. When I first took up teaching French in 2008, I was amazed (and deeply troubled) by the dearth of good quality resources that resonate fully with different kinds of learners.
Yes, there are plenty of good books on the subject, of course, but I was looking for something different. Something the average learner could relate to. Something not only beginners can use, but something everyone from different backgrounds and all levels can learn from.
Sounds ambitious? Probably. But if you cannot find the material that you are looking for, the best way to solve the problem is to create the material yourself. That is exactly what I did by coming up with this course.
This is a study guide designed and crafted with the needs of learners in mind, and the result of the years of conversations with French learners like you.
This is NOT a band-aid solution to learning the language
While there are no shortcuts or quick fixes to learning French, this course offers tried-and-tested tips that will help you navigate your way towards your goal. It provides practical advice on habit-creation and how to maintain your motivation, busts long-held myths about learning languages, shares brilliant ideas for improving listening skills and pronunciation, lists tips for getting the best out of reading in French, and gives clear-cut guidelines for writing in French like an expert.
This course is brimming with sure-fire ways to boost your French studies. Learning French may not be easy, but this will help you work your way around the pitfalls and difficulties of language-learning until you reach fluency.
This will NOT be a one-shot deal
The study guide is only the beginning – and it is the perfect starting point for you no matter which age bracket you belong to or what your background and level of learning. When you enroll, you also get a special bonus – a step-by-step learning plan catering specifically to your individual learning needs. Think of it as something resembling a healthy meal plan designed for your nutritional requirements.
As your go-to guy for learning French, I also have loads of other resources that you can use when you head over to my website, www.talkinfrench.com.
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started!