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Frequently asked questions

How long will it take me to learn French ?

A language cannot be mastered in a few months. It is a long-term process to learn and master any language. However, there are several factors that can determine how quickly you will learn a language.

  • It is important to develop good STUDY habits. If you are one of those people who tends to procrastinate and study at the last minute, you are going to find it difficult to learn a language well. You may be able to pass the class tests. However, you will not retain the information in the long term.

  • It is important to have the right MOTIVATION. If you are motivated, you can learn anything. A language is no exception. Where there is a will, there is a way!

  • It is important to have a positive ATTITUDE. If you have a negative attitude, (“I’m never going to learn this language!”, “I’m not good in languages.”) you will develop a psychological barrier that will inhibit your learning. Break down those barriers, and you will see how easily you will learn.

  • Have REALISTIC expectations. If you set unrealistic linguistic goals, you will never achieve them. Consequently, you will become discouraged and frustrated. Avoid this problem by setting realistic, attainable goals. Once you have achieved them you will be satisfied, and you will move onto the next linguistic goal.

  • Learning a new language takes TIME. Ask yourself how long it has taken you to master your mother tongue. Why would you expect to learn a second language any differently?

I am a person who relies on visual aids. Conversation is difficult for me ?

Believe it or not, most of us are visual. As a matter of fact, it has been well documented that our visual memory is superior to our auditory memory. You can remember much better after seeing something than after hearing the sounds associated with it. At TRADUCFORM we take this factor into consideration when we teach a language. After all, you do not have the luxury of telling a client, “Hold on a moment until I look up the verb in my book!”

I can understand the language quite well, but I have difficulty speaking

When learning a language, the first result is a significant increase in understanding in a relatively short time. However, the second phase, the spoken language, takes much longer.

Learning a language is similar to learning any other activity such as playing a musical instrument or learning a sport. The theory may be easily learned, but mastering the skill requires much practice. The same principle applies to learning a language. Practice makes perfect!

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