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Quelqu'un ici parle français? Does Anyone Here Speak French?

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Ryno:
Je voudrais apprendre le français pour les possibilités d'emplois et parce que je pense que je veux à déménager à Montréal au Québec, Canada. Est-ce qu'il y a quelqu'un qui parle français avec qui je peux étudier? Et en particulier le français Québecois?

I would like to learn French for better job opportunities and because I've been thinking of moving to Montréal in Québec, Canada. I was wondering if anyone here speaks fluent French, particularly Quebec French, with whom I can study?

Constance:
Mais non, mon ami.

I studied French for 2 years in high school, more than 20 years ago.

Ryno:

--- Quote from: Shades O'Grey on November 03, 2011, 10:01:37 am ---Mais non, mon ami.

I studied French for 2 years in high school, more than 20 years ago.

--- End quote ---

ahaha, merci, en tout cas.

I took French for three years in high school but my third year I almost failed. I figured I'd never need it and now, well, it looks like I've changed my mind. A lot of it's still locked up in the back of my mind and I can read and write fairly well, but my grammar's usually off and I can't speak orally worth <poo> and my accent is pretty ... well, anglais.

mimpi:
Maaf, saya tidak bisa berbicara bahasa perancis ;)

Princess of Hearts:
Ryno

Search for a 'French in Action' torrent.   This will download a 52 part 30 minute television series that teaches French using the total immersion technique.    Look up on Wikipedia, Pierre Capretz and French in Action.   I love the FIA series.

P.S. the only main differences between Quebec French and French French is that in Quebec they tend to speak a sort of 18th century French which can sound old-fashioned to us.   

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