I’ve been in French class for years and I have my “survival French” down well – but I want to be 100% fluent! :) I am trying to read novels, etc. and I am saving money for an 8 week trip to France next summer; hopefully that will be a big boost. I know this is the slowest part of language acquisition but I can’t think of anything else to do besides memorize the dictionary, haha. 2 years ago
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So i ended up taking grade 12 french, and passed with a 70 (the lowest mark in my grade). Core french is preety much useless in becoming bilingual since it only really gets into grammer and not conversational.
I am planning to go to McGill in quebec, which may immerse me in the language. but if I am planning to work there I am going to to need to speak french pretty fluently. So now I am off to take college french courses.
I really wish I was blessed with the natural understanding and the right mouth to pronounce french. 3 years ago
I am french and I want to improve my english. So I am agree to exchange with you if you want. I can help you to improve your french.
Every day, 15-30 minutes in french and 15-30 minutes in english
Skype : datigre 4 years ago
after realising that french just wasn’t my thing and that i had no intentions of ever needing it, i decided to stop wasting my time and stress over and take corses i actually need to succeed in my upcomming life, whatever that happens to be. all i know is what I am currently does not include french. 4 years ago
The past summer gave me so many opportunities to use my french. Each year it gets easier. I have always been grateful how many doors this has opened for me 5 years ago
i took french for two semesters. although difficult at times to learn, i still enjoyed it. i know if i don’t keep at it, i will lose all i learned. so, i am going to start listening to my french cd’s again and carry my francois dictionary around with me:) 6 years ago
i have heavily broken french, after about 7 years of on-and-off french classes. je pense que j’ai besoin de utiliser francais souvent. see, i suck. next semester i will immerse myself in intensive french classes… hopefully i won’t kill myself from the stress. 6 years ago
This summer I had the chance to use my French with the tourists… it really helps. I think what I will do is use my Netflix and get French films, at least one a month! 6 years ago
I wish i was in french immersion but it was already to late for me when i was interestesed in really speaking french not just being forced to learn from my school. So now I have to continue to learn french through High School with the french immersion kids who dropped out of it. 6 years ago