Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Une leçon de français

Oh come on... you know you want to learn French with me. Let's begin with the easy stuff:



N'était-ce pas amusant?

10 comments:

Thimbleanna said...

Ok -- I with ya! You're so funny! But, inquiring minds want state:

In ils mangent, I want to pronounce the nt.

Je mange une salade.

Eeeet eeees lunchteeeme.

Au Revoir.

;-)

Barb said...

I took French in High School...only because I had to....but your mind is like a sponge, you catch on sooo fast!!

Pat said...

I still recall many words of Spanish from high school and I graduated in 1966....but I was never one to catch on easily with languages. My teacher told me I had to stop THINKING in English first. How the heck do you stop thinking in your native language? Oh, well......you are a better language student than I am...that is obvious.

Vesuviusmama said...

Mais, oui! Un jeune fille! Aujourdhui!

OK, that's all I remember from French - my last class was in 1989.

Au revoir!

Dogwood said...

I am so bad at learning foreign langages. Sorry...but, no thanks. Have fun.

julia said...

I took two years of French in h.s. but it was a joke!! I learned to answer je ne sais pas to everything my teacher asked me. I think I spelled this correctly. I think it says, "I do not know."

PunkiePie said...

Thank you for the lesson. I still don't get it. LOL! But I like to listen... :)

Annie said...

Peut-être je devrais employer ce programme. Je veux retourner en France, aussi. Aimez-vous

Jeanneoli said...

This is perfect...I am going to France in July and I need some communication skills:-)

Kaye said...

Rachel I have the same thing. The foot doctor told me I must never go barefooted and she made me these elastic supports that slip on and off. She makes it with an elastic that looks like an ace bandage. It gives me almost instant relief. Sure hope you feel better soon as I know how painful it can be