There are few Important tips that that we can help you to memorize French Language for longer time, and learn French more efficiently.
1. Always Learn French with Audio / Visuals aid.
Many people will won’t believe but it helps when you frequently use French Magazines anad newspapers. We at Pedagogy Institute Ranjit Avenue Amritsar Provide latest information about Current French Topics and Magazines which help students to learn a language in more efficient manner. We Believe That Written French and Spoken French are two different chapters. So Picking the first French audiobook is first Challenge and from your choice it depends success or failure of your French studies.
2. Know your Own Learning Style
Some like to learn through listening, some want to learn by audio and some want to learn by writing. Whatever method , you want to use to use to learn French at Pedagogy Institute Amritsar ,we will make you learn in your own best possible way.
3. Self Studying not works for Everybody
When we think to learn a new language, everybody is not the same. We have taught hundreds and thousands of students at Pedagogy Institute From tarn taran , Batala and we can tell from experience that some people have an easier time with languages than others. It’s not fair to say , but it’s true and fact. But It Does Not means someone less cannot learn French language but it means that self studying is not made for everybody.
4. Link to Images and Visual Situations, not English words
One of the best technique to memorise new words of Foreign Language is to Try as much as possible to link the new French vocabulary words to images, situations, happenings, feelings and not to English words. Flashcards is one the best way to learn a new language, but You should strongly use some situation on that word instead of English.
5. Be Careful of French Cognates
You should be particularly extremely careful with cognates, words that are the same in the two languages.
Many students approach them thinking “ah, that’s easy, I know that one”. But then when they need to use that word, they don’t remember it’s the same word as in English…
Moreover, cognates always have a different pronunciation and Accent, and your English brain will always fight saying that word the French way. We hear many students in our French Classes having a hard time with the word “chocolat”. In French language, the ch is soft, as in “shave”, and the final t is silent. Shocola. Most French learners pronounce it ” tchocolaT”.
So, cognates need more of your attention, and not less.
6. Learning French in Sentences
You Should always try to Learn the new French vocabulary in a sentence. Like that you will learn “in context”, you’ll remember the particular situation and words longer, and you’ll already have a chain of words that will always go well together useful for your next French conversation.
7. Make Your French Own World
Suppose Let’s say your tutor told you to write few sentences for homework.
When You want to learn “the black dog” in French language, than Instead of writing “Le chien est noir”, look for a black dog whom you personally know, and than write: “ le chien de Peter est noir, Fluffy est noir”. ( Peter dog is black, Fluffy is black ).
In This way , You will always remember a sentence describing a truth or a memory much longer than would remember a sentence of made up facts.
8. Study French Regularly, But for a Short Time
If you study French whole afternoon, most likely chances are that you’ll exhaust yourself, and more likely to get frustrated, can skip your motivation or attention.
Spending 30 minutes a day learning French , not multitasking but with complete 100% of your attention – will get you best results than three hours during the weekend with the kids playing or watching Tv in the background.
9. Repetition is the Key to learn a New Language!
This is Top Most mistake students make. They try to concentrate on learning and picking new material, and forget to revise the older chapters. But It Is fact that for each hour spending and learning new things, you have to spend atleast one hour reviewing older things.
Repetition is the key !