Simply put, all languages regardless of how simple or complex they may be, are made up of individual words. A solid foundation of learning these words is vital to be able to communicate with others who speak this language. That is why learning French vocabulary is crucial. Although it may be perceived as repetitive and off-putting by many, our strategies optimises vocabulary learning in way that you will find is simple and enjoyable.
Indeed, if research on linguistics points to a minimum number of words being necessary to be able to express yourself properly in a language, it is possible to use personal word lists in order to learn only the vocabulary most suited to your objectives. Hence, a person wishing to learn French to travel to a French-speaking country in the next 6 months, and a person wishing to learn French in order to communicate with colleagues in a French company will have an interest in learning adapted vocabulary lists suited to their own needs. This practical choice will not only allow them to use their theoretical knowledge more fluently during conversations, but also make it easier to grasp the usefulness of what they are learning.