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How Society Affects Ways of Learners to Learn French

By Tlb
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The place you are located is one factor a person can detail whether or not he or she is effective in learning a foreign language. Frankly speaking, a learner can really affect his learning progress of he or she is not situated in a location where a language is widely spoken.

There has been a private school famous in my society now which honestly promotes Japanese language learning. In fact, even the name of the school is named in Japanese. Of course, we cannot question the credibility of the school’s quality because it is indeed excellent in terms of academics. Even its Japanese classes are well-taught among students and are somehow compulsory for them to take even its basics.

However, since Japanese is honestly not a foreign language my country is fluently speaking, students who undergone this learning tends to forget the lessons they have learned at all. Why? It’s because they don’t make the language as their lifestyle. The students are more influenced and prone to utter the languages (even the dialects) spoken in our city. Sad to say, their tuition fees invested in such learning may become void unless they go to Japanese-speaking society and make the idiom as their practiced language.

This is also the same thing when learners learn French. If you are currently learning French today and you prefer to stay in your native country, (probably not a French-speaking society), I suggest you take a step higher with your French learning and learn it in a country where it is widely spoken. I highly suggest that you learn French in France.

What more can you ask for in France? Aside from its progressive economy, you can widely explore your knowledge in French language here. To some people who doesn’t want to really have a formal training with the language, just staying in this country while observing how the people speaks out the language is well-enough for them. They prefer to be immersed with the language and just learn how society teaches them.

But for you who want to avail the advantages of making the language bring you to employment and personal advantages, you will indeed choose to have a formal training with this wonderful language. When you undergo training either in language schools or in a college or university language courses, such knowledge will add up to your credentials and you have more options of employment preferences. The choice is all yours.

So I prefer that you will be learning French in France. Remember: society is a great factor that affects a learner’s progress in learning French language.

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