I am pretty good at Français. But I learned mathematics in English. Trying to translate mathematical statements from English to French can often be accompanied with many errors because the way mathematical statements are expressed is very different than the way usual statements in a particular language are expressed. Moreover, exact translation may often lead to errors.
For instance, one may be successful at finding the correct translation of "subset": "sub" is "sous" and "set" is "ensemble" $\rightarrow$ "sous-ensemble". However, if with the same logic, one wishes to translate "division ring", it would look like: "anneau de division", while the correct word for that is "un corps", which is totally unpredictable by the way.
What is the best way to learn French Mathematical words and expressions other than reading Wikipedia articles in "another language".
I thought about buying elementary school, high school and college level math books and read them as if I'm learning the concepts for the first time. This looks like a perfect plan from a pedagogic point of view, but it is very time-consuming.
Any suggestions? Perhaps people who had the same problem can tell me about some techniques which worked for them?