According to Wiktionary, "Franzosisch" also means oral sex. Shrugs
haha, so that's what the French are well-known for :-D
"Französisch" is not the only one. There are some other sex positions with language names.
In The Netherlands, the position 69 is referred to as "Soixante-Noeuf", so the relationship between French and oral sex is plausible :)
My French would be better if I wasn't trying to learn German.
"good" and "fine" are not the same thing, are they?
Pretty much. Fine however can mean several different things. For example, it can mean "adequate", "good", or "excellent", depending on context.
DL is NOT forgiving of typos. Every time this or a similar sentence comes up I end up losing progress because I misspell "Französisch" by one letter.
Hmm, I missed a letter and still got it right.
OH duo, duo, do not test me, remember I am learning french with you too.
Aber, Mein Deutsch ist gut.
I agree with you two. No one would ever say that. I picked 'my French is bad' because I didn't think I had a choice. I thought it was better than 'my french is fine'.
Sorry. I mean 'not fine'.
"My French is not fine" is not a sentence in English.
"My French is not so good" got marked down. A little more colloquial but should still be correct.
"is not so good" and "is not good" are not the same. The second one could mean that your french is not good at all.