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Wake Up in French: How to Use Your Morning Routine to Start Thinking in French

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Brrrrrrriiiiing! Brrrrrrriiiiing!

Time to wake up!

No, no, don’t even think of hitting that snooze button.

We’ve got a lot to do, and lucky for us, the morning is the perfect time to do it!

Consider this your French …

How to Learn French on the Go, No Matter How Crazy Your Schedule Is

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Twenty seconds.

That’s what separated me from the bus that was departing before my eyes, and which was supposed to take me home for the weekend.

I remember this cloudy Friday evening from a few years back pretty vividly. As …

The Best Way to Learn French at Home: 5 Household Hacks

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Where’s your “spot” in your house?

You know, that chair you always sit in to watch TV. That side of the couch you gravitate to. That corner of your bed.

That place where you just feel comfortable, at ease, at

Traveling to France? Here’s How to Learn as Much French as Possible While You’re There

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Do you know what it feels like to learn a language with all your senses?

You’ll know what I mean as soon as you set foot in France.

You’ll feel it when you listen to the ladies in …

The Efficient Student’s Guide to Learning French in 6 Months

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Where will you be in six months?

A whole lot can happen in that timeframe. You could switch jobs, move apartments or meet the love of your life.

And you can learn French.

Seriously.

It won’t be easy, but …

French Language Labs: Everything You Need to Know to Master Pronunciation

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Feeling misunderstood in French?

Like no one gets what you’re saying?

If only there were something you could do to make people understand.

It’s right on the tip of your tongue, isn’t it?

It’s like a tickle in …

Sneak Tactics: 5 Stealthy Ways to Improve Your French

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Your plus-que-parfait (pluperfect) is more than perfect.

You know what a reflexive pronoun is, and you’re not afraid to use it.

You mastered all your French classes.

And you can talk circles around Pepé Le Pew.

Yet you …