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Swapna 11/07/2016 in  French Language Classes

Why French is called the language of romance?

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Mohit 23/06/2016 in  French Language Classes

what is fees for french classes in shalimar garden

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Oscar 16/06/2016 in  French Language Classes

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Jyotsna replied | 27/06/2016

It means dictation in English

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Gaurav replied | 03/08/2016

Dictation

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Naresh Kumar replied | 15/07/2016

when you are a teacher, it becomes easier to recognize the person who can guide you further.

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Gaurav replied | 03/08/2016

Yes.. life means learning. Person who has more knowledge then me will guide me.

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Swarna 15/06/2016 in  French Language Classes

Is 30 days enough to learn basic French

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Sushil Gupta replied | 15/06/2016

yes, if you are a hardworker

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Dr. V. Rajeev Karan Reddy replied | 16/06/2016

No. A clear no. Learning a language means firstly speaking a little at least. If someone says "I know the
language but I don't know how to speak that language" it means that the person knows almost nothing of that
language. If one has a class daily for 1 hour for 6 months, one can expect to speak some sentences. The immersion theory is a must. Finally, the inclination...  more»
No. A clear no. Learning a language means firstly speaking a little at least. If someone says "I know the
language but I don't know how to speak that language" it means that the person knows almost nothing of that
language. If one has a class daily for 1 hour for 6 months, one can expect to speak some sentences. The immersion theory is a must. Finally, the inclination for the language and the time devoted matter most, apart from a good teacher who knows well both English and French. In India, most of the French teachers don't know English well.
They learn French for 2 or 3 years and start teaching it. One must know the flow of the source language and the flow of the target language in order to teach well. Mental progress is like learning how to ride a bicycle. We don't know exactly at what moment of time we have made progress «less

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Akshay 13/06/2016 in  French Language Classes

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Jyotsna replied | 27/06/2016

Yes infact i have designed a 30 hour crash course to enable students to learn to read, write and speak basic french

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Gaurav replied | 03/08/2016

It's difficult.. but need more practise.. regular conversation.. so anyone may able to communicate but not fluent

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Oscar 09/06/2016 in  French Language Classes

How can I be the best teacher in UrbanPro according to the French language?

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Rajani replied | 09/06/2016

If teacher is from native French speaking with good teaching skills. They can be best

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Vasudev replied | 06/07/2016

by constantly teaching for as long as possible and simultaneously studying

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Oscar 09/06/2016 in  French Language Classes

There is a technique of pronunciation in French , English and Spanish in the case of the simultude word ?

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Mr . Sumanta replied | 09/06/2016

Okay, it is quite a plus point,also a negative concern that we may find many identical or quasi - similar words or letters amongst English, French,Italian or Spanish , en -sequi .... Alors , in those cases to pronounce or utter accordingly vide language d'abord we must have to read & absorb the '' International Phonetic Signs, i;e the relevant phonetique of regarding alphabet...  more»
Okay, it is quite a plus point,also a negative concern that we may find many identical or quasi - similar words or letters amongst English, French,Italian or Spanish , en -sequi .... Alors , in those cases to pronounce or utter accordingly vide language d'abord we must have to read & absorb the '' International Phonetic Signs, i;e the relevant phonetique of regarding alphabet & letter .thus, one has to browse the etymology, philology, prosody, linguistics. «less

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Preksha replied | 24/06/2016

Yaa

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Oscar 07/06/2016 in  French Language Classes

Which part are important to start learning and teaching in French for the scratch level?

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Chandra replied | 09/06/2016

Basic stucture of sentance. And grammar

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Reshma replied | 09/06/2016

Start listening and start watching the TV French Channels like : France 24 and TV 5

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Oscar 05/06/2016 in  French Language Classes

what are The words are more or less difficult in French to translate according to their nature and experience of the translator?

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Ruthran replied | 08/06/2016

We would rather say that the difficulties arise when native expressions (sentences - such as idioms) are used. Translators should have been exposed to both the source and target language. It comes through experience.

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Mr . Sumanta replied | 09/06/2016

ABOUT MY MONO - EXPERIENCE I HAVE FOUND THAT APROPOS THE OLDER MOST FRENCH PEDANTIC LITTERATEUR' S PENNED TREATISES , AT THE STRETCH , MODERN MOST COLLOQUIAL TONGUE IN VOGUE .

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Anakha 02/06/2016 in  French Language Classes

Where can I find model papers for french for 9th board ?

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Oscar replied | 08/06/2016

"Be clear with your question " are CBSE or IGCSE"? If it igcse go for http://www.cie.org.uk › past-papers and for cbsc refer to the school board.

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Oscar 26/05/2016 in  French Language Classes

How to prepare for an interview in french?

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Jayesh 25/05/2016 in  French Language Classes

Can you suggest some good french language tutorials?

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Ramana 25/05/2016 in  French Language Classes

Which book is good for French Language?

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Oscar 20/05/2016 in  French Language Classes

what is the meanig and the useful of "œ" in french language (ex: sœur,...)

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Global Mind replied | 28/05/2016

sister

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Kla replied | 30/05/2016

It's used to form some words. The only thing which change is the sound or prononciation. That's french so we have to deal with

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Oscar 20/05/2016 in  French Language Classes

what is the different between the spelling and pronunciation in French language?

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Mansi 18/05/2016 in  French Language Classes

i want to start french from its alphabets so will i be able to learn it in 30 days

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Oscar 13/05/2016 in  French Language Classes

what is advantage and disadvantage of learning french ?

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Pavani 08/05/2016 in  French Language Classes

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Simran Makhija replied | 08/07/2016

It basically depends on you.How quickly you grasp things. Generally It takes 2-3 months.

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Gaurav replied | 03/08/2016

3-4 months.. but regular practise will make you fluent and easy to converse

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Jyotsna replied | 27/06/2016

French is spoken in a lot of countries especially in Europe but also Africa etc. It is used officially too in mpre places than German or spanish. This opens more options for securing good jobs too. Incase of hotel mgmt. or fashion industry definitely French is the required language, so I feel French is the beyter option.

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Jyotsna replied | 27/06/2016

French is spoken in a lot of countries especially in Europe but also Africa etc. It is used officially too in more places than German or spanish. This opens more options for securing good jobs too. Incase of hotel mgmt. or fashion industry definitely French is the required language, so I feel French is the better option.

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Oscar 05/05/2016 in  French Language Classes

how many verbs are there in the french language and is it compulsory to remember everything's?

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Neha replied | 11/05/2016

Sir all the verbs in French are important..... Because they have their different conjugation meaning most of them are use in ur daily routine... So u need to learn all...

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Rajni replied | 11/05/2016

Hello sir..There are infinite verbs..you can't count them..but yes there are three types of categories of verbs ,under which all the verbs fall..and you have to learn the formula of conjugating the verbs of three types only .
Don't worry ..it's not too hard.

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Mr . Sumanta replied | 17/05/2016

The ut supra, sentence means per se , " Full of imagery expressions of the French language " .

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Ankit Chouksey replied | 22/05/2016

This can mean : 1. Phrases of the French language. 2. Metaphors of the French language. 3. Colorful phrases of the French language.

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Oscar 05/05/2016 in  French Language Classes

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Simple replied | 22/05/2016

Bonjour Oscar. Si je devine bien,t'es aussi un professeur de francais. Donc, tu said qu'il y a seulement deux auxillaires en francais.

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Oscar replied | 01/06/2016

Mais bien sûr, Madame tu amplifies tout. Et ..... me laisse à penser que ton geste est peut-être prémédité.

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Oscar 24/04/2016 in  French Language Classes

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Jyotsna replied | 04/07/2016

In french whenever the alphabet c is followed by a,o or u it is pronounced as ka but when there is a cedille below the c the pronounciation changes to sa

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Shyam replied | 06/07/2016

Addition to the answers by other experts, I would like to explain the following.
One must know why these exists in French. Any accent and special characters in French,for example, accent grave, tr ma, accent circonflex: they all are here to regulate the sound of the alphabet which in turn regulates the sound of the word.
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Addition to the answers by other experts, I would like to explain the following.
One must know why these exists in French. Any accent and special characters in French,for example, accent grave, tréma, accent circonflex: they all are here to regulate the sound of the alphabet which in turn regulates the sound of the word.
The accents, word formation, sentence structure, deciding the vowels, alphabet positioning, word order, etc. are few factors which influence the sound of any language.
Every language has a unique sound to it and every language takes enough effort to make sure the sound of that particular Language isn't tampered. That's how these accents and special marks came into existence.
Hope I have done justice to what I intended to say. Merci beaucoup. «less

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Kratika 12/04/2016 in  French Language Classes

i want to learn french so i want to know the timings

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Syeda replied | 15/04/2016

Anytime after11 am

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Naghma replied | 17/04/2016

it depends upon the level till where u wanna learn a language.

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