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How can I improve my French listening skills and vocabulary ?

For me, the best way to improve your French listening skills and vocabulary is to engage with an activity in French. For example try listening to the radio and picking out a few words you may know to understand what they are talking about. Or watch a film you know in French to try and assimilate the meaning of new words.

Quentin D. IB French tutor, 13 plus  French tutor, A Level French tut...

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