You’ve been working hard for weeks. But French grammar lessons aren’t always fun. You know what is fun? These 15 simple ways to practice French this month.
15 Simple Ways to Practice French This Month (March Edition)
- 1 15 Simple Ways to Practice French This Month (March Edition)
- 1.1 Tools & Resources To Try
- 1.2 Read French literature
- 1.3 Recipes in French, playlist, movies and more.
- 1.4 Watch Romance Movies
- 1.5 When to Use Ne pas +Verb Or Ne +Verb + pas
- 1.6 How to say “I am excited” in French
- 1.7 How to talk about yourself In French
- 1.8 How to conjugate the French verb “faire”
- 1.9 How to introduce yourself and others in French
- 1.10 Know the difference between “emmener” and “apporter”
- 1.11 How to Talk About Family, Friends & Relationships in French
- 1.12 Practice
- 1.13 Writing Prompts
- 1.14 Take a course
- 1.15 Try Live video
Try out one of the best tools and resources to learn French this year including:
- French language learning Apps;
- Videos YouTube Channel To learn French;
- Podcasts to learn French;
- Websites + blogs;
- French language learning textbooks;
- And more.
Read French literature
Read one of the 20 classics of French literature (some are free) including:
- Les Fleurs du Mal;
- Les Misérables;
- Madame Bovary;
- Le Petit Prince and more.
Recipes in French, playlist, movies and more.
Read more French books, watch a movie, try some recipes or just sit back and enjoy a playlist curated for you.
- Goodies for learners ( French cuisine, books, movies & playlists) here.
Watch Romance Movies
You have 25 Romance movies in French to choose from here.
When to Use Ne pas +Verb Or Ne +Verb + pas
How to say “I am excited” in French
How to talk about yourself In French
Learn how to talk about yourself In French including:
- Basic Questions People Ask You about Yourself In French;
- Talking about Who are you;
- Talking About where you live;
- Talking about what you like/ dislike.
How to conjugate the French verb “faire”
Learn or review how to conjugate the French verb “faire” – To do or to make in the 8 most used French tenses.
How to introduce yourself and others in French
Learn how to introduce yourself and others in French with this practical guide that includes:
- Starting a conversation to Introduce Yourself In French;
- Introduce Yourself in French;
- Introduce Someone Else in French;
- Basic Introductions in French: a few examples;
- Using titles when introducing yourself in French;
- Exchange of niceties in French;
- Asking how a person is doing in French;
- And examples.
Know the difference between “emmener” and “apporter”
Do you know the difference between emmener and apporter ? If not, check out this article and practice so you will never confuse those two again.
How to Talk About Family, Friends & Relationships in French
Learn How to Talk About Family, Friends & Relationships in French including:
- French Vocabulary about family Friends & relationships;
- Verbs to use to talk about your family in French;
- Possessive adjectives to talk about your family in French;
- Common questions to ask about family friends & relationships.
Time to shine l’ami (e).
Let’s put all that knowledge you got to the test. It is time for some practice.
You can find those practice exercises (with correct answers) and writing prompts, in a pdf format, in our free library.
There is more where that came from. If you want to practice daily with other motivated French language learners, find YFC on social media.
Take a course
How about taking an online course? Check out our courses here.
Try Live video
I will wrap this up by introducing our weekly rendez-vous (said with a British accent to sound fancy). How do you feel about live video? Yea, I like it too as long as I am not the one behind the camera. In this case, I am. You guessed it, your very own (a k a me) is going live on the French talk, our Facebook group for motivated French language learners, at least once a week. For more details check out the schedule and mark it on your calendar.
That is it for this month l’ami (e). Now tell me, which one are you most excited about?
Psst : I would much rather watch a movie or listen to music than answer the writing prompts.🤷 Don’t be like me. 😉
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