If you're looking to parlez-vous français but aren't sure where to start, French lessons can be a convenient way to pick up basic French. Speaking even beginner French can be hugely helpful if you're planning to travel or study in Europe. French is also the official language of 29 countries, is spoken on five continents, and shares many cognates with other Indo-European languages, including English.
While you may have fallen head over heels with the idea of learning this popular romance language, French lessons from a tutor can be expensive, and courses taught in a classroom may be too time-consuming for busy professionals. That's why many language learners opt instead to take French lessons online, where you can progress through learning at your own pace. Unfortunately, online French lessons can also be problematic, with many sites and apps offering unrealistic promises about fluency.
it takes alot of work. I studied Japanese a bit at school and uni and in the end I couldnt keep up with it because it required too much of my time since it was just an interest paper (I did a science degree). I feel like i reached saturation point or something. I know alot of the grammer and vocabulary and stuff but I think if I ever wanted to get better at it, I would need to go to Japan and actually use it. It takes a lot of work and it can be hard but its worth it. When I have more time to devote to learning languages I definately will.
personally, i think it depends on how focused you are on learning it and how much practice you get on the language. Ive been learning french for more then 5 years and it's not getting any easier. some languages are easier to learn than others and if you want to keep what to remember what u learn over a long period of time you've got to practice it often :) i randomly wrote what i could think, hope it makes sense and helps :)
you can learn any language really well if you just work hard and give it atleast 1-2 hours daily.i think YES,its hard to learn any new language because we are usually not familiar with that language.it will take some time but yeah if we keep on practicing it it will become easier day by day.the best way to be good in any language is just to speak that language to yourself.
It entirely depends on the language (e.g. as a native english speaker, asian languages will be harder to learn), and just generally how good you are with languages. I can understand about 7 languages, I can only speak 1 fluently. Generally if you can practice it more, you'll be doing better.
Wonderful job with 'patience' but unfortunately the English language tends to favor 's' over 'z' when making nouns plural. I know, learning these rules takes time and lots of patience.
Please investigate punctuation, capitalization.
Any language is hard to learn, if you don't work hard and practice. It's just that with english, some of the words are similar, so it'll be slightly easier to follow some languages, like spanish.
well french german lattin and greek ,japanise are the hardest languages in the world to learn but learning a language is NOT easy :) im learniing german now sooo ya its hard :D
It depends on you and the language. Some people just have a knack for learning languages naturally.
However, effort and persistance also helps a lot
It' s all about the person that teach you the language. You learn faster if it's done with lots of fun
well french isnt that hard.. It's the same latin roots as spanish, english, italian, and portugese.
it takes time and lotz of patience