1) Don’t skip steps
Start by learning the alphabet, then simple words or phrases that you can use in simple conversation. The vocabulary will come gradually with practice, so don’t worry if you don’t speak like native French on day two!
2) Get used to the ear
Listen to cartoons to learn simple vocabulary or movies, TV Shows, series in the language you want to learn and try to repeat the sentences. Songs can also be a good way to get used to language recognition.
3) Create a map
Write down any new words that make them easier to remember. These flashcards can also help you find and repeat words you tend to forget.
4) Configure your Smartphone in French language
How long does it take to change this phone setting? Much less. Every time you pick up the phone you’ll get an input for the language you’re learning. By following a few terms throughout the day, you’ll inevitably acquire that vocabulary.
5) Talk to native speakers
What better exercise than talking to a French speaker. It allows you to practice pronunciation and practice everything you know. There are several ways to do this, find pen pals (for example), Hello talk application or participate in foreign forums on topics that interest you.
6) Start studying in a language school
A language school is where all the tips seen above come together, and if you want to learn French fast, studying at a language institute is essential, where tutors can help you progress at breakneck speed!