Sounds almost like a song lyric doesn’t it.
In high school, I took French as an elective class two years in a row. Two years ago, roughly, I discovered Duolingo – an online language course that’s free. I played with it off and on for a while before not bothering with it up until November 2017. Since then, I have been working on it almost every day – the touted 5 minutes most of the time but sometimes longer – relearning a language I only remembered parts of. The course is lots of fun and quite easy. It helps you not only learn how to pronounce words, you learn how to read and spell them. Fluency is the goal for this course, and it helps you get there.
Now TinyCards is a site that works in conjunction with Duolingo. If a word has more than one meaning, Tiny Cards teaches you these words along with the ones Duolingo has taught you. Same with words that have more than one spelling. It just enhances what you’ve already learned. You can spend 5 minutes on this site as well and still learn something new.
I’m currently at 34% Fluency. I have found a site that has French children’s poetry on it so I can work on my reading and translating skills – when I feel I’m ready. This same site has adult poetry as well, but I’m aiming for the kids’ stuff first.
I highly recommend these sites as they have numerous languages to choose from – a friend of mine is learning German, and she’s gotten very good at it. Let me know how it goes for you if you do decide.
I’ll see you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!