Start learning the language: learn grammar, expand your vocabulary, learn to make simple sentences and ask questions. You can enroll in language courses, get a tutor or learn French at home, alone. Each of these ways has their advantages and disadvantages. Group lessons allow you to pay attention to the mistakes of fellow students and to correct their pronunciation. Working with a tutor will help to deliver the right speech, to learn to understand the conversation and retell it. Doing it alone, you can plan a schedule, but assessing your knowledge and formulation of the question will be difficult.
To begin to speak French, it is best to spend a few months or years in a country where you will have the opportunity to practice. First, you will experience stress, but then the body mobilizes all its forces, thinking will start to work actively, and over time you will master the language so well that you will be able to speak and maintain a conversation with a native speaker.
If the trip in a French-speaking country available to you, use other opportunities. Many courses provide service communication with foreigners – you spend 3-4 hours a week, communicating only in French. Overcoming the language barrier will happen faster and easier if you're not afraid to make mistakes and will no longer be ashamed of your incorrect pronunciation.
Watch movies in French without translation, trying to understand what was going on. At first, you will need a dictionary and repeated repetition of phrases, then you will learn to understand the basic expressions. With the increasing vocabulary of your understanding of the dialogues will improve. Learn French poems and texts, reciting them aloud.
The intensity of training at a conversational stage of learning French should be high. Plan your day so that all free time was occupied by the practice of the language – you have to ensure that even a single thought in the mind clothed in the French phrases and expressions.