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  1. Bonjour! We are @StreetFrench.org and we just released a free conversational French course. The whole point of the course is to learn things you can use in real life situations and then go out and find people to practice speaking French with, either in person or via Skype. We think actually practicing with someone is the most effective way to learn a language. No boring drills, no tedious memorization! Just a really practical guide to speaking French. Get instant access to our Free French Conversational Course ! * A guide to French pronunciation * 10 phra
  2. I would recommend tips from an american friend of mine. He started learning French on his own 7 years ago. Now he's fluent, lives in Paris and is a French tutor. He started giving all his tips for english speakers on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPzJ1RbPydk check it out, I'm sure it will help you ! He even gives French private lessons http://www.streetfrench.org/
  3. Hi Yeah you need to work on your conversational French. You should look up sites like Meetup or Couchsurfing to meet people. That's how an american friend of mine started learning French on his own 7 years ago while meeting a lot of French speakers. Now he's fluent, lives in Paris and is a French tutor. ^^ Here's a couple lessons and tips on his youtube channel
  4. Hi Yeah you need to work on your conversational French again. You'd be surprised how fast you can speak french if you already started learning it. It takes a lot of time but the more you practice the better you get ! An american friend of mine started learning French on his own 7 years ago while meeting a lot of French speakers Now he's fluent, lives in Paris and is a French tutor. ^^ Here's a couple lessons and tips on his youtube channel
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