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Yedi
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Learn French?

Postby Yedi » Thu, 16 Sep 2004 8:43 pm

Hi,
I am interested in tutoring for French language(basic to advanced).If anybody wants to learn,call me @ 98582300.

Thanks.

santmr55

Re: Learn French?

Postby santmr55 » Wed, 22 Sep 2004 5:03 pm

Yedi wrote:Hi,
I am interested in tutoring for French language(basic to advanced).If anybody wants to learn,call me @ 98582300.

Thanks.


Im currently learning basic French in a Community Centre for $70 (18 sessions) How much do you charge? email me @ santmr55@gmail.com Thanks

bi_jl
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Re: Learn French?

Postby bi_jl » Mon, 05 Oct 2009 11:54 am

Hi,
How much do you charge?
You can email me at lee_jen_lin@hotmail.com

Thanks,
Jen Lin
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taxico
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Re: Learn French?

Postby taxico » Mon, 05 Oct 2009 12:10 pm

Yedi wrote:Hi,
I am interested in tutoring for French language(basic to advanced).If anybody wants to learn,call me @ 55555555

Thanks.


if you can't read english, how should people trust that you can teach french?

(i know it doesn't make sense, but he really can't read)
Aut viam ad caelum inveniam aut faciam

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Re: Anyone learn French?

Postby Rocky140 » Wed, 07 Oct 2009 5:45 pm

As far as languages go, French, and the other Latin based languages would be the easiest. Not to say that it will be a piece of cake or anything. You have to learn how sentences are structured which is different than in English. For example in English you would say I love you. In French if you directly translated it, you are basically saying I you love. The French phrase is Je t'aime. Je is I. t' is short for tu which is you and aime is love. I only use that as an example as it is one of the few things I remember.

Now Mandarin, there is a tough language. I had to give up because I just could not make some of those sounds required. Very hard to learn that at an older age.

Regards...

Rocky


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