Since the very first time I traveled to Canada, I’ve been told that I speak "real French" because I’m from France and not Eastern Canada; today I say stop to this non-sense about real French!
You may be wondering “Why would I learn French?”. Here are 8 reasons to learn French and how it could benefit you by improving your life and your health!
As I mentioned in my article about limits, a lack of self-confidence is the number one psychological limit I witness in my classes. Unfortunately, this is a very common issue nowadays: self-confidence, self-love or self-care are still taboo or misunderstood notions. However, it is the key in any learning process. But what is it exactly?
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.
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?
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.
When you start learning French or when you go back to it, it’s important to know the different levels. But sometimes it can be tricky to understand, depending on the country you live in. So let’s take a closer look at this together.