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If you aim to learn the French language in all its beauty, you may want to learn how to pronounce the French words the correct way. Keep in mind that each language is unique in its own way that even normal letters used in the English language has a distinct character and pronunciation of its own in the French world.

Remember that the language is in French and what you're trying to learn here is completely different from your English language, or whatever it is you grew up on using as the primary language. But what is important is that, you have a sense of recognition that the French language has a distinct sound and accent. It's best to forget what accent you currently have and try to adjust or better yet adapt to the French accent little by little.

When you've heard how the words are used, be sure to listen to the words carefully and try to repeat them properly the way they should be mentioned. Also, when you speak the French language, speak like it is the only accent you're capable of saying and nothing else. In this sense, it's okay to repeat what you've heard once or twice. But not to a point when you have to be purely dependent to repetition as a way of memorizing a new language because it's not appropriate.

If it's not possible for you to find a crowd of French speaking people or natural French speakers, try to get a French tutor. This way, you can check with your tutor if you have a hard time pronouncing one French word. Yes, even one word of confusion is important because it prevents you from acquiring wrong habits of pronunciation from the very beginning.

For your daily activity, it would be best to practice tongue-twisters as a warm-up exercise for your French lessons. French words are very complex, so doing your best to pronounce good French words as early as possible would be a great help to future lessons and words.
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