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does anyone know a good way to learn vocab for french? i have to learn all of my level two

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Use a dictionary?
Make flash cards. Not everyone learns in the same way, but flash cards work for me.
I try to find the words for things around me. Flash cards work. and having someone quiz!

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Quizlet.com is great for doing flashcards and practicing any language.
Flash card, help from someone thta knows the words, Or any websites.
thanks :) i will try it. got to start studying for mock exams...
Try chatting online with either a francophone or another French speaker (either written or spoken). It's a fun and useful way to practice vocab and put it to good use!
Drawing pictures of the vocabulary words helps too, so that you aren't translating out of your native language, but looking at the object and seeing it with that word.

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