French Language Hacking IV
This is the last video in my French language hacking series. It’s been an incredible month here in Quebec seeing the province and learning French.
Overall, I would say that my conversation level improved to be on par with my Spanish, which isn’t that great. In fact, I have more trouble understanding French speakers than I do Spanish speakers. However, I made a breakthrough in the last two days. I’m now able to understand short simple sentences that I wasn’t able to comprehend before.
Also, reading is a lot easier. Over the past few days, I’ve been researching Cambodia and Vietnam for my trip to Southeast Asia. The books I chose were in French. While I can’t understand the reading material yet word-for-word, I’m understanding 90 percent of it. That’s what’s important.
This past month has also taught me that in order to learn a language properly, you should commit three months to it. I feel that just as I’m making progress, I’m leaving Quebec too soon. However, it’s OK. I still plan to study online while I’m gone. Hopefully, my French will get much better than what you’ve seen in this and the past three videos.
If you want to see the rest of the French language hacking series, please click on the links below:
You can watch my other French language hacking videos in the links below:
French Language Hacking I – Trois-Rivières
French Language Hacking II – Toronto
French Language Hacking III – Montéal