i did and so can you.
it wanst but 5 months ago that i really started to speak french fluently.
im from haiti and my first languge is haitian creole, and the words are made mostly form french, so that helped me out some.
i took french in the 8th grade, but it never interested till the begining of next year when i was in french 2.
then i founded about.com french on the internet
it really helped me out.
i learned very quickly.
i was born in haiti so i already knew the numbers alphabet and how to pronounce correctly, but about.com helped me with a lot.
i stated to get more interested in the languge, and my parents speak french, so i asked them to help me too.
so you do need someone to practice with.
the more you see french and listen to french the more familiar youll get with it.
i mean me, we read the bible all the time sing songs, but i never really understood anything.
but now i can think in thelanguge, so i dont really have to think when i hear something. i can respond back just like that.
but i need like a person from france to help me speak faster and understand more accurately and all that.
like when listening to songs, i can make out a summary, but i wouldnt understand word for word.
AND ALSO SICE YOU KNOW SPANISH, FRENCH SHOULD BE A LOT EASIER THEN IF YOU KNOW JUST ENGLISH.
IM IN THE 10TH GRADE AND TAKING SPANISH THIS YEAR.
LEARNING FRENCH REALLY HELPED ME TO BE ADVANCED IN SPANISH. I'M FAMILIAR WITH A LOT OF THE NUMBERS, PRONOUNCIATON BECAUSE FRENCH AND SPANISH DID COME FROM LATIN.
IM TRYING TO SPEAK FLUENT SPANISH BY THE END OF THE YEAR, AND THERE ARE A LOT OF LATINOS IN MY SCHOOL.
· 1 decade ago