Daily Practice Ideas

Idées d’exercice quotidien

Daily French practice ideas
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Practice is the key to improving your French. One class or club meeting a week is simply not enough to make any significant progress; you have to study and practice regularly, preferably every day, even—especially—during school breaks.

Just 15 minutes a day on some kind of French activity can make a huge difference, so here are some ideas for quick practice that you can pick and choose from every day. Of course, you can change this schedule around to suit your own needs and preferences.

 Lundi – Vocabulaire

  • Study a vocabulary lesson
  • Follow me on Twitter or Facebook for the beginning-level mot du jour (and other French lessons)
  • Support me on Patreon for an intermediate/advanced mot du jour
  • Create and work with flashcards
  • Label everything in your home with post-its or stickers
  • Write your shopping lists in French
  • Whenever you need to count something, do it in French
  • Keep a notebook to jot down new words you learn or words you want to look up
  • Look up new terms in a French-only dictionary to see if you can guess the English equivalent before using a bilingual one
  • Write a paragraph featuring 10 new words on the forum

Mardi – Prononciation

  • Study a pronunciation lesson
  • Work with pronunciation CDs
  • Try out The Flow of French
  • Practice the sounds and words you find most difficult
  • Sing a song
  • Read something out loud with an exaggerated accent (think Inspector Clouseau)
  • Record yourself, then listen carefully to pinpoint problem areas

Mercredi – Grammaire

 Jeudi – Lecture

Vendredi – Expressions

  • Study an expression lesson
  • Follow me on Instagram or Twitter for a daily expression
  • Use an expression you’ve learned
  • Make a list of 5 expressions that all include the same verb
  • Look up a word to see whether it’s found in any expressions
  • Write a paragraph featuring 3 seemingly unrelated expressions on the forum

Samedi – Verbes

 Dimanche – Écoute

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