What I refer to here as "the school system" is the traditional public school system in countries like Canada or France (or similar societies). The big majority of young people going through these school systems become anxious adults with a huge lack of self-confidence. Why is that? Let’s take a closer look at the school system, or how our societies destroy people instead of building them up.
One month and a half into the challenge and still going! Yay!
Four years ago, one of the greatest adventures of my life was just beginning. A beautiful and bumpy journey, full of highs and lows, discovery, wonderful landscapes, experiences, people, knowledge, LIFE! Today I look back on how I started a new life in Canada.
Today I’m happy to introduce you to Ha Phuong, who is sharing with us her experience of learning several languages. Her testimony is the first of the new series called "Paroles d’apprenants"!
Today I want to talk about limits. When you start learning a new language as an adult, you may think that you won’t be as good as this person, or that you can’t do this or that; but what are the real limits in learning a new language?
Bonjour mes Frenchies! Je sais qu’il est parfois difficile de s’y retrouver entre toutes les différentes notions de grammaire en français; pour vous simplifier les choses, j’ai le plaisir de vous offrir ici un glossaire grammatical! Vous pouvez y trouver, dès que vous en avez besoin, toutes les notions principales avec un exemple pour chacune. Cette liste est mise à jour en fonction des retours de mes apprenants; si vous voulez faire une demande, n’hésitez pas à laisser un commentaire! En attendant, bonne lecture! ;-)
Alright, here we go: moment of truth! Let’s see how it went after 2 weeks into the challenge!
For most English speakers, grammar is the most difficult part when it comes to learning French. But when you take it step by step, it’s actually not that hard (no, really, I’m not joking)! So let’s take a closer look at 6 grammar notions you should know before your French lesson.
Yep, here I am with another 2020 challenge: learn Italian in 15mn every day for 180 days! Now you might ask yourself “Why in the world would you do that Sarah? Don’t you have enough to do already?”; well, yea, PLENTY! But I love to challenge myself and I’ve been meaning to go back to Italian for quite a while now, so, time for action!
One of the first things I tell my students is that their French box is already there, and together we are going to make it grow. But what do I mean by ‘French box’? Let’s explore that together.
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