Why learn French?

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Reasons and motivation to learn French

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Why Language Learning is Important Infographic

Why Language Learning is Important

Learning a new language seems like a difficult task especially for homeschoolers. But there are many benefits in learning a second language. It helps

Why learn French?

Le français pour l'avenir | French for the Future on Twitter

“We are at the @OMLTA conference today through Saturday! Come visit us and get your copy of our brand new poster! ...”

Why Learn a Second Language? - Good for first day activity, I like the music, only issue is it mentions French and not Spanish

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Why Learn French - YouTube Bravo Mlle Decker!  Beautifully done!

Why Learn French

Why YOU should learn French.-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations fo...

"Live the language"  video, very cool

Maintenance

Why Study French in Particular:  The World Speaks French Video Series

Why Study French in Particular

The World Speaks French: Video Stories is a set of interviews with people from different walks of life who tell fascinating stories of how learning and speak...

learn French!

learn French!

Showing this video the first week of school! Why Learn French? (A great example of the several accents of native French speakers)

Why Learn French?

Students from around the world share the reasons why it's important to study/learn French, and identify the many benefits and opportunities that being able t...

Which is the Best Language to Learn? Robert Lane Green for The Economist (hint: it rhymes with bench) :)

Which is the Best Language to Learn?

Author and Journalist Robert Lane Green just wrote a story on language learning for The Economist. About Photo credit: Nephi Niven Robert Lane Greene ("Lane") is a journalist based in New York. He is a business correspondent for The Economist, covering law, accounting and other professional services, and he writes for the magazine’s language blog, Johnson. His book on the politics of language around the world, You Are What You Speak, was published by Random House in Spring 2011. His writing…

50 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Languages

50 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Languages

Do you think you know everything there is about language? Test your knowledge with these many obscure facts about languages!