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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Haha I'm guessing that works every time for you?

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    Yes. The more drunk the better.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Yes. The more drunk the better.
    Haha fair enough. I guess all this time, I've been learning my French wrong!
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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Haha fair enough. I guess all this time, I've been learning my French wrong!

    Acting French will help bring out the best in you.

    Food, wine, music.

    Perhaps also try revising with no clothes on. The French are famous for their relaxed attitude to nudity.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Acting French will help bring out the best in you.

    Food, wine, music.

    Perhaps also try revising with no clothes on. The French are famous for their relaxed attitude to nudity.
    Haha cool

    Hmmm not so sure about that last one...

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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Haha cool

    Hmmm not so sure about that last one...

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    I guess acquiring a French lover could also help.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    I guess acquiring a French lover could also help.
    Hmmm don't know any French people
    There goes my A* in French!

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    Hmmm don't know any French people
    There goes my A* in French!

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    Have sort of been wasting your time haven't I?

    On a more serious note I think listening to the radio can be useful. It helps you get used to casual, spontaneous speech in an informal environment.

    I have listened to Spanish and German radio in the past.

    Might be helpful.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Have sort of been wasting your time haven't I?

    On a more serious note I think listening to the radio can be useful. It helps you get used to casual, spontaneous speech in an informal environment.

    I have listened to Spanish and German radio in the past.

    Might be helpful.
    No, you had some great advice Ooh I'll have to try listening to the French radio then

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