Comment étudier pour la classe de français?
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Admittedly, it is challenging to study a language when it is not a part of your everyday life around you, and yet it is possible to learn enough French to be able to have important relevant discussions. Here are a few tips:
1. Faites vos devoirs! Do your homework. I assign you your work so that learn more independently, leaving class time for things that require more guided instruction.
2. Étudiez un peu à chaque jour. Study a little bit each day. 10-15 mins per class on top of homework is ideal. Study new vocab words that were introduced as well as any grammatical points that were covered that day. If you have any questions, ask them when we go over the homework (which we do almost daily). This studying a bit each day makes studying for tests much easier, because instead of re-learning the material, you will be simply reviewing and reminding yourself about what you already know.
3. Immergez-vous dans l'expérience francophone! Speak and listen to as much French as possible. The more you actively seek it out, the more you will benefit from it. Try to listen to French music, or radio programs. Watch your favorite movies in French with English subtitles. If you would like, I might also be able to lend you some books to read!