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Friday September 23, 2005
10:35 AM

New Years Resolutions

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I think I'm starting to achieve one of them - having signed up for french night school. I think there are three others left, but I think i've lost one for this year as I'm dubious with what I can achieve on the guitar front. Maybe that'll be one for 2006.
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  • Are you starting French or advancing?

    I daily enjoy the cartoons at Le Monde, although many are regarding continental politics quite obscure to this American. http://www.lemonde.fr/ [lemonde.fr] (Right hand column, box labelled "Voir" (See) half way down with multiple tabs, click tab "Dessins du jour")

    Wallace Stevens, late Poet Laureate of Hartford, CT (US) said that for him, ''French and English constitute a single language.'' I do see his point.

    Enjoy!
    --
    Bill
    # I had a sig when sigs were cool
    use Sig;
    • I'm just getting back into it. I got a good grade in G.C.S.Es ( Age 16 exams ), but foolishly didn't keep practising, and almost all of it has slipped out of my head. I'm now studying a level equivalent to the year before the 2 year GCSE course, which is quite basic, verbs, tenses and such like.

      The main thing though, is that I'm doing it, getting practise, and next time I'm over in france I should be able to get by a little easier. It's the begining of a journey.

      Thank you so much for the link - I had
      • I'm just getting back into it. I got a good grade in G.C.S.Es ( Age 16 exams ), but foolishly didn't keep practising, and almost all of it has slipped out of my head. I'm now studying a level equivalent to the year before the 2 year GCSE course, which is quite basic, verbs, tenses and such like.

        I likewise walked away and came back much later. It's much easier the second time -- Partly because you've been there, partly because you're doing it because you want to, and you're reading what you want to read.

        --
        Bill
        # I had a sig when sigs were cool
        use Sig;