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Learn to Understand Spoken French in Minutes With This Little Known Technique
10/05/2017 11:11 am ET | Updated Feb 03, 2018
By John Terkel, Travel & Lifestyle Editor
After spending years struggling to learn French conversation, Thomas Rae, a retired engineer living in Paris, discovered a simple technique that dramatically improved his ability to understand native French speakers.
Are you an expat or traveler who struggles to understand native French speakers in the places that you live or travel?
Have you experienced any of the following:
  • Unable to understand native speakers who speak "too fast"
  • Difficulty trying to use "classroom French" in the real world
  • Getting stuck in "paralysis by analysis" when trying to talk to native speakers
Like most of us who live or work abroad, Thomas Rae struggled with the same issues for years before stumbling upon a solution that transformed his life.
Three years ago, Tom and his wife Elizabeth moved to Paris to begin what they hoped would be their dream retirement. But after three years living abroad and spending hundreds of dollars in French classes, they were still no closer to being able to speak and understand much of the French that was going on around them.

If you are like Tom, you know how frustrating it can be to struggle to try communicate with native speakers of a foreign language. 

Fed up with the lack of progress using traditional language classes and expensive personal tutors, Tom turned to the internet to find an alternative solution. He discovered a little known system that students have been using for years to successfully improve their ability to understand native French speakers in a short period of time - in some cases in as little as a few weeks. 

Originally developed by the U.S. Foreign Service to train diplomats, FBI agents, and government officials to blend into a foreign country, this conversational training approach has recently been incorporated into an online platform by the company One Month Lingo

Originally designed to be used in an intensive 1-on-1 tutoring sessions, One Month French now offers self-study courses that can be completed fully online, making it possible to take advantage of these techniques at a fraction of the cost of a personal tutor.

Here is what Matt had to say after completing his One Month French online course:
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One Month French is an online course designed to help expats and travelers learn conversational French skills - fast! 

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Author:  John Terkel

John Terkel is the Travel & Lifestyle Editor at TravelBoost. Previously, John was a Writer and Editor at Love2Travel.net. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University.
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“Very impressed with your system. The thing I like best is how closely it mirrors "real world" conversation.

I am surrounded by native French speakers 80% of the day and way your curriculum is set up has shown me the most proficient way to begin to understand what people are saying to me.

I would recommend this to anyone looking to quickly improve their fluency with French conversation.”
- Thomas Rae
There are many language learning companies and products on the market, but One Month French is unique in helping students to quickly develop practical conversational skills (rather than just memorizing grammar and vocabulary).

To help you get start improving your French today, One Month French is offering readers free access to an unique interactive tutorial that demonstrates their proprietary 5-step Dialogue Deconstruction Method learning approach.

If you have been struggling to understand spoken French and you're ready to finally become conversational in French, click here to try it for free.
Choose your level of French experience to get started:
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