Yeah, it's not the best, but you don't just get a language like that. I'm still learning French too. They may disagree, since they tend to not use proper French, but going to the habs chat on hf helps keep your mind fresh in French.
When you're thinking, think in French. Counting, count in French. Unless you have to count outloud and the person doesn't understand French, then don't. If you live a lone, label things around the house in French.
Plus, saying you need help in French is a good way to get in touch with hot French chicks.
Pouvez-vous me donner un cours de langue, mademoiselle ?
every time my dad is mad he yells something that resembles "sacra la sharlamen". he grew up in quebec so i guessed in a google search that it was "sacre la charlemen", and google said something like, did you mean "le Sacré de Charlemagne" or "Sacré Charlemagne"
I was wondering what, if anything, this means. He's been yelling it for years, it'd be nice to know if it even means anything lol
Hey guys. I'm currently in my 2nd semester of college, and I'll be moving into French 102.
What would you guys say is the best way to learn French, especially Quebecois French? (is it even that different?) I know nothing comes easy, I just want it to be proficient. I got a B+ in my French 101 class, but I feel like I don't know much more than I did heading into it except for maybe picking up a few words per sentence when reading.
I'd prefer not to spend almost $1000 on software, but if that Rosetta Stone type stuff is good then I guess I'll go for that.