If you're actually serious about learning French or you don't want to waste your time on methods that don't work, then this guide is for you.
I actually have some strong advice, and I can pretty much guarantee you haven't heard of these specific methods.
I've been self-studying French for over 10 years
- Get a college-level French textbook to refer to for grammar
- Don't focus on learning grammar
Ways to Improve
- Listening to podcasts
- Watching French TV (link to Maison a Vendre et Rechercher apt ou maison)
Things to Avoid
- Rosetta Stone
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- Popular grammar workbooks
Check back later for my reviews on those methods