Most French and English native speakers are very individual, to say it in a nice way, when it comes to the adaption of foreign languages in general...Serby wrote:My friend said she met a teenage guy that could speak about zero English and I've heard about their 'hate' towards English a lot.
Nah they were fine + I'd been re-assured beforehand that my lack of French would be ok if I ever went to the province. If I looked at someone with a blank expression when they were saying something in French that I couldn't understand, they spoke back at me in English thankfully. Well, for the most part...I did have this girl at a food outlet totally dismiss me when I spoke English. I had this funny feeling she may have bitched to her co-worker whilst I was waiting for my food saying that I was "Americain" (American). Felt like giving her a piece of my mind, but I think I was just being paranoid.Serby wrote:How did you go by with your English? Were they rude when it comes to that?
parce que cette langue est très difficile.Carbon wrote:this language is so under-represented here
They might all sing in French but actually only Zazie is 100% French from this list.RayRay wrote:There are some French singers I love to listen to:
- Lara Fabian
- Celine Dion
- Mylene Farmer
- Tina Arena
- Kate Ryan
- Natasha St-Pier
I don't think i've ever heard a french argument before... .Serby wrote:I love French, sounds the best when people argue. .
SummerPeur wrote:Time stops for the Kween everytime WBT is performed.
Goldmoney wrote:So does her microphone
maroon wrote:A dying language??! Are you serious?
In Asia all European languages except for English are dying then.