Welcome back. We’re sharing free resources on how to improve your language and vocabulary. The more words you know, the easier it is to talk.
Sometimes we learn language in categories or themes, such as all the fruits or meats. When you learn words, you can build sentences and become fluent. However, studying by themes is not always realistic to communicate right away. For example, some language programs present cat, ball, and beer in the same lesson.
Janina likes language for travel since that’s survival, courtesy, and emergency. When learning travel for beginners, you’d learn “I’d like…” and not “I’d like to go…” When you’re getting started, it’s helpful to create your own playlist of phrases to use at a restaurant, at a store, and so on. Listen over and over again.
There are three ways to do it: an iTunes link, book with audio linked, and create your own playlist with all that linked audio. There are 190 MP3s with language and travel for beginners: greetings, ordering food, at the airport, talking about money, how to get around, language for the hotel, courtesy and emergency phrases.
This is a free resource that will bring your language to a new level. Listen as much as you can to individual words and phrases from native French speakers so that it becomes yours.
Pin this for later!