I'm diligently learning French

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    It's only 8% but I just started yesterday and was 2% then, it's a daily course for 30 minute lessons a day unless I decide to keep going

    I now know what "fromage" means as well and it sounds like "fro-mahj" :hubba:

    They even have me use my mic so I can test my pronunciation and play it back, and if it sounds good enough I move on. I sound so :pierre:

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    xobeautyare you in the French part of Canada or the British part? lol
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    xobeautyare you in the French part of Canada or the British part? lol
    Yea French is our second language
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    Why are you leaning French?
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    I'm not haha.

    Just very stressed at the moment.
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    Yea French is our second language
    so you're really good at it?
    and I always wanted to learn, Paris is my dreamland :moon:
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    so you're really good at it?
    and I always wanted to learn, Paris is my dreamland :moon:
    Not really I get Portuguese and French mixed up
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    Duolinguo is great. If you keep at it you will learn. I learnt a different language using the app then when I went to that country I could speak to the locals and everything I was shocked an app taught me so well!

    bonne chance!
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    CheeseIsVeg





    :bigsmile:

    It's only 8% but I just started yesterday and was 2% then, it's a daily course for 30 minute lessons a day unless I decide to keep going

    I now know what "fromage" means as well and it sounds like "fro-mahj" :hubba:

    They even have me use my mic so I can test my pronunciation and play it back, and if it sounds good enough I move on. I sound so :pierre:

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    (Original post by Moura)
    Duolinguo is great. If you keep at it you will learn. I learnt a different language using the app then when I went to that country I could speak to the locals and everything I was shocked an app taught me so well!

    bonne chance!
    merci beaucoup!! :pierre:
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    ihatePE

    use duolingo to learn french in the easiest way, even a bloke like me is spitting out frenchso sexy in a couple hours, homme :pierre:
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    I'm not haha.

    Just very stressed at the moment.
    Stressed...oh dear. Not something to serious I hope.
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
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    Je parlerai parfaitement le français :pierre:
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    I now have 14% proficiency in French, going to do my daily lesson for an hour now


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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    I'm not haha.

    Just very stressed at the moment.
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    Stressed...oh dear. Not something to serious I hope.
    is this a glitch?
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    Je parlerai parfait français :pierre:
    Je le parlerai parfaitement
    Personally I would probably go for: Je vais parler le français parfaitement

    Good luck with the learning
    Obviously you know where to find me, should you need some help :france:
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    Stressed...oh dear. Not something to serious I hope.
    Everything's stressing me out tbh, meh anxiety.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    is this a glitch?
    Huh????
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    CheeseIsVeg





    :bigsmile:

    It's only 8% but I just started yesterday and was 2% then, it's a daily course for 30 minute lessons a day unless I decide to keep going

    I now know what "fromage" means as well and it sounds like "fro-mahj" :hubba:

    They even have me use my mic so I can test my pronunciation and play it back, and if it sounds good enough I move on. I sound so :pierre:

    :rofl:
    I know this due to misfits (monsieur grand fromage)
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    ihatePE

    use duolingo to learn french in the easiest way, even a bloke like me is spitting out frenchso sexy in a couple hours, homme :pierre:
    yeah learning it in a formal manner really doesnt do it for me cos i lose interest quick, so i watch french vlogs, films and read novels in french. que serais je sans films
 
 
 
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