Wanting To Learn French? Here Are My Top Three Tips

Scotty and I have recently returned from a fabulous trip to Canada. We loved the people, the food and, of course, the gorgeous scenery. 

And I loved the opportunity to test how far my French language skills had come since our last visit to France, earlier this year. 

If I’m being candid, most of the time I’d rate my French as pretty ordinary. This is in spite of the fact that I’ve been wanting to learn French for as long as I can remember. It’s the one thing that’s on my goal list year after year. And my desire to learn the language never seems to go away – no matter how often I tell myself that I’m wasting my time.

But, I had to reset my thinking almost as soon as we landed in Canada. Because as we walked through airport, I was struck by how much French I understood in bilingual Toronto. I could read the French signs and understand the announcements that were delivered in French. 

My feelings of surprise continued as we made our way across the French speaking parts of Canada. 

While I wouldn’t suggest that I’m great, I’d come far further than I would’ve given myself credit for. Which naturally got me thinking about the things that had helped me progress my language learning – both the big and the small. And I thought I’d share my top three tips in case you too are wanting to learn French.

Wanting To Learn French? Here Are My Top Three Tips

Do you have any tips to share for your fellow francophiles who are wanting to learn French? If so, make sure you take a  moment to share them in the comments section below.

And until next time – au revoir.

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