Let’s face it. The idea that you can learn French by yourself and at your own pace–with no classes to drive to, no teacher to set schedules with—can be a truly appealing thing to think about. I’m pretty sure this has crossed your mind at one point or another for various reasons.
Maybe you’re the type who would feel anxious with practicing your French in front of other people? Or perhaps you’re simply too busy with the demands of life to attend classes? Regardless of the reason, being able to learn French all by yourself can be highly empowering.
But is it really doable?
Contrary to what other people believe, learning French on your own is pretty achievable. With the right amount of motivation and commitment, a healthy learning habit, plus the right tools and method to guide you, yes you can teach yourself French.
As a French teacher for many years, I’ve come across a lot of people who would rather spend time learning a new language by themselves. And who can blame them? It would be awesome to learn a new language while you’re at home wearing your favorite pajamas and drinking cocoa from your favorite mug.
Unfortunately, there’s one big roadblock preventing people from learning French like this, and that is the lack of complete resources to guide them every step of the way. I’m here to remedy that with a new e-book which will provide learners with a complete method to learn French from scratch.
This new book is divided into 20 lessons that you can learn over a four-week period. Each daily lesson includes:
I made sure that the lessons are short enough to be very interesting yet challenging enough to leave you wanting more. The lessons have a strong focus on listening and are arranged that way to help you develop a healthy learning habit and keep your motivation intact.
By the end of 20 lessons, you should become familiar with the fundamentals of French grammar—and more importantly, be able to engage in simple yet meaningful French conversations.
Now if you’d like to know more about this e-book, please check it out here.
Please don’t forget to share this info to friends and family who could benefit from this complete method to learn French.
Merci beaucoup, thank you very much.
Frederic Bibard is the founder of Talk in French, a company that helps french learners to practice and improve their french. Macaron addict. Jacques Audiard fan. You can contact him on Twitter and Google +
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