Tips to learn French
Are you looking for some 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 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.
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French is one of the most widely taught languages in the world, and is also one of the most frequently used, with more than 300 million speakers spread over every continent. This makes it the fifth most commonly spoken language in the world, behind Mandarin, English, Spanish and Arabic. As both an official and cultural language, it is important in the worlds of business and diplomacy.
Learning a foreign language often means, at some point, travelling abroad to study in the relevant country or enjoy its culture.
If you study a foreign language, it’s likely that one day, whether for school or employment reasons, you’ll take an exam. When it comes to French, the best-known qualification is the DELF, but there are others, too (DFP, TCF, etc.).
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.
Wine is a must in French gastronomy. On the Côte d'Azur, the king of wines is of course rosé! Here are some French expressions related to 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.