Top 7 French learning problems and their solutions

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7 French learning problems – and how to solve them

Are you struggling to learn French? Good news, there is only a small number of French learning problems you could be having. Here I share the top 7 most-wide spread French learning challenges and how you can solve them. Are you ready to learn French fast and get fluent? Your friends will be so impressed when they see how well you can speak French.

1. Spotty motivation
You can boost your motivation by remembering why you started
2. Difficulty to stick to your study. The best cure is to keep you plan flexible yet non-negotiable
3. A lack of precise goals, and just wanting to “learn French”. Solve this by knowing exactly what you want to do with your future French skills. This is also the cure to #4
4. Learning Irrelevant stuff. Know your exact goals and be ruthless about what you learn. If you’re not sure it’ll be useful, don’t learn it.
5. Too many unanswered questions. It’s good to have some go-to resources and/or a coach like myself who can answer any questions you have.
6. Overwhelm. Mostly coming from a combination of other issues previously stated. Take a step back and address them one at a time.
7. Not speaking enough. The key is to start with practicing in a safe space where you won’t be judged or rushed.