Do you Really Want to Learn French?

By: Steve189

"Comment allez-vous?"

You would probably know right away that short sentence is French for saying "how are you?". Learning French is more challenging compared to many other languages that people are becoming more interested in learning today. The reason that French is challenging compared to Spanish, German and Italian is because it has a completely unique way of pronunciation.

When responding to French questions, you'll need to know the correct intonation. Much of the time, the rising tone is only applicable for simple yes or no questions, with other things or simple conversational patterns, the intonation is placed at the end of the sentence. There is only one similarity with the English and French language and that is the number of the letters in the alphabet.... You have a long road ahead but this program will certainly help you along it.

Another question often asked is how can you not only learn French, but memorize it with all the characteristic contrasts the English and French languages have? The good news is, there is a technique that is used to enhance memory skills. This method is perfect for learning a secondary language and it works with any language not just French. The example below shows you how it works.

To reach the other side, you need to cross a long bridge over a large pond.

The words we're looking at here are 'bridge' and 'pond'. We used pond only to associate it with the French word pont which means "bridge" because the two words sound alike, the human mind finds it easier to link the two together as one and the same word.

It isn't too late to learn to speak French, so grab this rewarding challenge by the horns, and visit http://www.letsrentpropertyinfrance.com/LearnFrenchProgram and start to learn French today.

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