5 Reasons to Learn French an Objective List
Ginger and Nutmeg have an on-going debate. Actually, it is not a debate because there is little discussion. Nutmeg admits she is a Francophile, give her the choice between BBQ Alberta beef and steak au poivre the French sauce wins. She listens to Radio Canada when she is driving, her reasons include the fact that the news programming is often better than other stations and listening to French (despite sometimes horrific accents) is good training. Continue reading here to read the original post.
In the past, most language classes followed a similar scholastic approach, typically involving the memorization of verbs, tenses and sentence structures. The process is the same whether students were attempting to conquer one of the romance languages (Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian or Catalan), a Germanic tongue, a Slavic dialect or any number of Asian vernaculars. Perfecting pronunciation and less formal conversation might follow.
With online learning, the necessity for a traditional classroom setting is now an option – not a requirement. An internet connection and a mobile device are pretty much the only requirements to get started on a learning journey. Suddenly the potential to master a new language is now accessible to a vastly wider global audience.
Learn about 5 reasons that you might want to consider signing up to learn French online.