Hello, my name is Noam and I am Canadian. Before coming to London I lived all my life in Montreal where French is the main language (despite a very present English dialect). I am now a Masters student in Geopolitics at King's College London and I would like to help other people understand the wonderful language of French. I think the best way to learn a language is to practice it as much as possible, yes by doing exercises at home, but also by speaking it and making mistakes. French is not that complicated to learn if you put in the time and effort. Especially as it can be highly useful in everyday life.
First of all, it will be important to understand the basics of French. Pronunciations, basic verb tenses, numbers, etc. Then, in a city as beautiful as London, it will be very easy to practice descriptions of our surroundings. The access to many parks is also an asset in order to learn in an open environment (COVID safe). For some courses, it will be possible to go to free museums in London and practice expressions of feelings about works, dates, colours, and the history of paintings/sculptures.
No, French is not easy to learn compared to English. There are many verb tenses and the pronunciation can be complicated. However, it is a Latin language and once acquired, learning Spanish and Italian will be quick if the will is there.
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