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Beginner French: Three Ways to Become Fluent in French

Unless you have the money to travel overseas and stay in France for a few months, you will probably never learn to be fluent in French without somehow being exposed to it every day.  That's not good news for those of us who have a strong desire to learn French, but cannot learn it well enough to become fluent unless we are exposed to it daily.  This is a very common problem, and one that I would like to help you avoid falling into.  Here are three great ways to learn beginner French and become fluent at the language at the same time.

1. Watch American movies with French subtitles enabled: This works best for a movie you've seen over and over again.  If you've watched "Bringing Down the House" so many times you can recite it backwards, then it's time to turn on the French subtitles.  You won't be watching as much of the movie this way; you'll be paying more attention to the French translation of the English words in the script.  This is a direct way to connect French words with their English translation and easily become fluent in full French sentences.

2. Listen to French music: Some of my favorite French artists include Alizee, Emily Loizeau, an independent band called Yelle, Belgian songstress Kate Ryan, and Johnny Depp's girlfriend, Vanessa Paradis.  All of these artists record most of their songs in French, and they are easy to understand as well as to sing along with.  You'll get the hang of the language in no time if you listen to this music on an everyday basis like you would American music.  And guess what?  It's just as enjoyable (if not more so) as the stuff you hear on the radio.

3. Invest in a French software or audio program: Software like Rosetta Stone and Fluenz French, or audio CD programs like Pimsleur or Rocket French, will all help you immerse yourself in the new language and gain fluency in no time.  And while some of these programs sometimes do run a little on the pricey side, remember, you're making an investment in your skills.  You want to learn the right way the first time aroundScience Articles, or you'll just be wasting your time and get frustrated.

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