I speak English and Korean and my partner speaks English only. I am currently speaking to my 2-month-old daughter predominantly in Korean to promote her to be bilingual. However, I also want her to speak French, because I am French as well but never learned to speak it. The only French speaker in the family is my father but he doesn’t live close enough to be an exposure. I hope to enroll her in Alliance Française around 4 but a lot of research depicts the importance of phonetic exposure before 3.
I am hoping to play some audiobooks or read to her in basic French (although my pronunciation isn’t perfect). Would that help at all? Does anyone know how to successfully teach a baby a third language without speaking it themselves fluently?