Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I knew I wanted to take a foreign language course, but I was unsure which language I should take. I randomly selected French. My semester in French gave me a great love for the language and the culture. Professor Turcat made the language, and class, interesting. She has been to France on multiple occasions, so she was able to give us greater insight into French culture. The people in my class were kind and helpful.
In the course, I learned basic French grammar and vocabulary. I also learned about some French culture. Beyond the textbook, I learned that I wanted to pursue a minor in French and visit France, so I could practice the language.
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Advice for students:
Learning a language takes practice. It is important to learn what study methods work best for you. I would write down French translations, over and over again, until I knew it perfectly. I would also create study sets on Quizlet and use the app on my phone, so I could study anywhere. Another useful study tool was being able to practice speaking French to my classmates. If you take this class, or any foreign language, find someone else that you can speak with in that language.