Interested In Going To France?
Hi, I'm Eva. The whole reason why i started learning french is so one day I could go to France and fluently comprehend people. The other reason is so I could speak two languages and I think that will be super fun! My goal is to be 100% fluent in french by 2020. I have school, too. That's why i am giving myself time (2 years) to reach this goal. Whats your goal?
I've been studying French for a while now, and I love languages, so I jumped at an opportunity to be in a language intensive French program in Rennes, France this summer. My main goal is be prepared so I don't die!
I can tell you’ve been studying French you’re on level 18!
Why, thank you! However, I'm also in a French class, I've been slowing working my way through short books, and I listen to the soundtrack to Notre Dame de Paris to the point where I know every word when I hear it. Variety is the spice of life, and a necessity to language learning!
They're just Duolingo "currency". There's not much to buy with them, but it's nice to give them to people who's comments you really like. A super useful explanation on a sentence usually has a few lingots.
Hi I have been to France before, but I only knew very basic words like "Bonjour" and "Merci". I had a lot of fun in France, but it just felt weird that I was bad at communicating. The whole reason I ever even started this was to be fluent in French, so I am not learning much right now. I picked up Chinese because even though I am learning it already it would be good to know more. Those are my goals in Duolingo. I hope you get to go to France one day! I hope you all get to achieve your goals!!
@Rawr2006 my family speaks American English most of the time, but sometimes we speak Chinese since my parents are from China
I definitely have a similar goal, Eva. Although I don't think I can speak 100% fluent in french by 2020, I really want to go to Paris someday with my mom. :)
Honestly, I firstly love French philosophy and literature so being able to read french is something I've been working at so I can read my favorite writers. I also am a die hard music lover so being able to access more music is great.
And most recently I've gotten serious about learning French formally because I live in Canada and want to start my own design company. So my most recent goal is that I want to be able to conduct business and knowing how to speak fluently could open a lot of doors.
Bonjour, comment allez-vous Rawr2006? C'est la vie très bien? Je viens fairé une fille rougir pour la première fois!
Hi um can you tell me what you are saying please? I can't really tell for some of it. Well I looked at the translator and does that mean "Hello, how are you Rawr2006? Isn't life great?I just make the girl blush, for the first time!"?
Vous doit apprendrez le français! Non Google Traduction! Apprendre prend du temps,mais n'apprendre pas avec un Google Traduction. Je ne pense pas les parents de GEEZ_6 appris l'anglais avec des traductions. Lol
Plus, j'aime chinoise.
I said " Hello, how are you Rawr2006? Is life okay? I just made a girl blush for the first time." There are fawls in my sentence.
Google Translate isn't good for translating a whole paragraph or some words. Word reference is a good use for finding a excate translation from Natives themselves.