Living in Quebec this summer, and it’s been helping a lot. I can have conversations, understand the television. Although, my written french hasn’t improved a whole lot. So next year, I’m taking a French as a second language program to help with grammar, etc, and then I think I’ll be pretty much fluent! :)
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and I’d say I’m pretty much bilingual. I can understand most of what is said to me, and my speaking and pronunciation has improved considerably. Of course, there’s still a lot to learn so I’m going to keep this goal as incomplete to encourage me to keep going with it.
I’ve been living in France for almost 2 months. My French has definitely improved considerably, but there are still a lot of things I can’t understand. I have another month here, but I’m not sure that will be enough, so when I return, I plan on taking French courses. I really want to be bilingual!
I think this will happen a lot faster than I thought. The kids I’m taking care of here don’t speak any English at all, so when I play with them, everything is in French. It’s frustrating sometimes, but they’re really good at explaining what they mean to me. I always say stuff in English by accident, then I remember they can’t understand haha.
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