Tips to learn French
Nowadays learning of a foreign language is a need and why not learning French? French is one of the main languages of international communication and if English is a popular language, French is the privilege of an elite, the language of fashion, of culture and of kitchen.
Especially for those who start or continue to learn French, the blog of the Centre International d’Antibes France publishes the practical tips which will help to better understand all the intricacies of the language of Victor Hugo and to be aware of all new changes in language.
Everyone who is learning French knows that the language is full of phrases and expressions used by French speakers in a variety of situations. These can have lots of different uses, but which of them are absolutely essential to master?
You’ve no doubt noticed that French verbs are pretty tricky to conjugate. But are there any mnemonic techniques and tools available to help you out? What differences are there between French and other European languages in this area?
Did you know that around 7,000 languages are spoken around the world? So you’re spoilt for choice if you want to learn a new language! Do you think some are easier to learn than others? Is it possible to group languages into different families based on their similarities?
Summer breaks lend themselves to a variety of activities. Reading a good book is the perfect holiday pastime, but it’s also a great way to improve your French.
France, Belgium and Switzerland have historically been the countries which have given us some of the biggest names in comics: Tintin, Gaston Lagaffe, Titeuf, Spirou et Fantasio, Thorgal, Lucky Luke, and many others. Comics can also be a really interesting way to learn French – read on to find out why!
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Lots of studies show that it’s best to start learning French at as young an age as possible. That’s why early language learning is becoming increasingly common today. Children are more malleable and receptive. The Centre International d’Antibes and its online magazine Le Français et Vous offers fun activities and interactive games to help the youngest children start learning French.
Wine is a must in French gastronomy. On the French Riviera, where the International Center of Antibes is located, and everywhere in Provence, the king of wines is of course the rosé! We will show you some French expression inspired by wine.
Check out some simple advice to help you practise your favourite language until your next visit to Antibes! :)
Coming to Antibes to learn French in France means that you want to immerse yourself in listening to the rhythms of French.