French is pretty easy. You'll need to learn about 600 words to understand 90% of the words used in french texts.
Basically each day: +10 words per day + review the previous words you've already learned. + learn two pieces of grammar + review all past grammar + listen to 3 hours of french audio (about 2 movies worth)
According to this schedule you would be fluent in 2 months.
----------------------------- To be fluent in a year...
each day: + 2 new words per day + review the previous words you've already learned. + learn one piece of grammar + review all past grammar + listen to 1 hour of french audio (about two episodes of a tv show)
If you don't listen to enough audio you'll be able to speak and read and write but not understand what other french speakers are saying. You have to train your ears to pick up the foreign sounds of a new language.
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