Je ne sais pas mais je aimerais vivre à le campagne ou pres d'une plage. Je ne voudrais pas d'habiter à Paris c'est trop cliché et possiblement la vie es cher et très agité.
if you're gonna make me pick, probably corsica because it's nearest to italy :)
italy is sooo nice
Anywhere close to the sea, preferably in Corsica.
same when we moved away from the sea at first I was so sad but you know lake 's and pond 's are nice because they do not have salt
probably paris because it is a beautiful city. Also If any of you are now fluent in french please tell me how long it took you to completely learn it.
I haven't done it yet, but it likely takes a few years.
I've heard the seafood is pretty good. The weather, too.
I would live somewhere where it has a nice view of the Eiffel Tower
Paris all the way, My friend has gone and says it is awesome.
Would you want a view of the Eiffel Tower?
yes definitely what about you???
i would live near the Jardin du Luxembourg
Paris, of course.
in Paris because I said so
I would probably choose somewhere near Bordeaux because it's cheaper to live there and it's called little Paris. Also, it seems to be very beautiful.
Louisiana.....because I have always wondered what Louisiana the orginal looked like because it must be very beautiful fr it to have a territory named after it which the Americans bought and named a state after it which is where i was born.
Somewhere in the South of France. It's warm and sunny most of the year (can be cold in winter)
Paris, I've dreamed of living there since i was a little girl. That's one of the main reasons i'm learning French. I was hoping to move over there when i get older.
South of France..Romance and Reality Abound...
nice is so nice
je voudrais habiter en Annecy parce que j'adore les montagnes!
The southern coast for the warmer weather!
IN France, not in a place that speaks French. Unfortunately that makes this thread a little unrelated.
It doesn't really.
Hmm, well, most forums are about learning and languages. But you've got a point there...
I dont remember Canada being in France...
I love Paris if I wanted to live and work somewhere. But for vacationing, you can't beat Nice and the Cotes du Azur