As you might know by looking at my profile, I am learning French. Aside from the little of that language I know, I only know English. I live in Wisconsin, an exquisite place to write poetry or work on a novel. There's amazingly beautiful trees, throughout all of the seasons, and astonishing snow in the winter that sparkles like a thousand diamonds. I wanted to learn a language, and realized that my very best friend, Avicus, nick-name Grey, (who's mother is of French descendant, clarifying his name.) was learning French. I figured that I would give it a shot. I have now fallen in love with this language, though I know next to nothing about it. I would highly recommend this to people who would like to learn a new language that is intriguing yet difficult.
I think, after learning English, french is more easier to learn! Though I'm beginner in French, I put all the eggs in one basket by learning it.
French is super fun! I can't wait until I finish my current goals so I can get started on it. But like a lot of languages, it's bigger on the inside ;) (sorry that was bad)
its easy to learn, well, at least for me, but the special sounds and romantic sounds really add up to why I love this language so much
Well, while languages are never easy-easy, at least for native English speakers it is at least one of the relatively easy ones - hope that's encouraging when you hit a tough spot!
I am trying to learn French but so little is sticking! I need help remembering
like me in Spanish.. perhaps a great motivation as omgitsthedoctor's one is necessary !
Yes, but first I will learn French, and after Italian. I don't want to get things mixed up.