French language is the only language alongside with English that is taught in every country in the world. It is spoken by more than 300 million people on the five continents. The language is also known to be an official language of the United Nations, the European Union, UNESCO, NATO, and the
International Olympic Committee, the International Red Cross and International courts. 

French is a good base for learning other languages, as well as English, since a significant percentage of English vocabulary is derived from French. Importance of learning French language includes;

A language for travel: – French is the world most tourist destination and attracts more than 87 million visitors a year. The ability to speak even little French makes it so much more enjoyable to visit Paris and all the region of France. This (French) also comes in handy when travelling to French speaking parts of the world.

French improves your career option: – whatever your industry and occupation, learning French can help you communicate with your clients, vendors and employees in other country. However, if you work min an international business or p0olitics, French is extremely useful. Also, it may take to a higher position in your current company or could even lead you to your dream.

Increase your education opportunities: – if you reach high enough level in French, you may able to enroll at a top university in French speaking country. This not only gives you the chance to gain your graduate and postgraduate degree, studying abroad also enable you to experience different way of life of people and improve your knowledge of the French language.

If you are learning French or you know people who are, you may haves realized that many people have different approach learning new things. What works well for you may not work fine for another person, and vice versa. So therefore, here are few things you can try.

  1. Take a class.
  2. Determination and focus
  3. Connect with others who also speak French.
  4. Watch and listen to French often.
  5. Constant practice.
  6. Create time for self learning.

Learning French on your own will only get you so far, if you are ready to dive into the French ā€“speaking world, then your best option is to take French lessons with a private tutor.
Bonne chance

Mr. Adegbola Abdullateef – French Teacher

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