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3rdwoozie

3rdwoozie

We went to hike the Tour de Mount Blanc in July. Absolutely fantastic. Took us 10 days. Didn't know a word of French. Started in Chaminox, then through Italy and Switzerland. Then back to finish at Chaminox. What a beautiful place. We were so taken by the culture, people, and scenery, that we are learning French. Hoping to return in 09' with some language skills. The language is a bit of a struggle, but with enough repetition we hope to learn. Thank you Rocket French for helping us out.

Salut, What a great trip! Sounds awesome! Have a great time learning French and enjoy the course. Nathalie
David-L7

David-L7

We also gained inspiration from our Tour of Mont Blanc. We wrote a trip report which can be accessed at http://hiking.topicwise.com/doc/montblanc2009 . We had high school French from 45+ years ago and were able to scrape by at the four locations where the proprietors spoke no English but felt that our experience would have been better with more knowledge of French. We intend to return to the Tour this fall and have been watching French TV on the internet and have just signed up for Rocket French. We know that we will have to keep focused. This time we hope to spend two weeks in Paris after completing the tour so additional French should make our visit more enjoyable. Looking forward to our trip and to learning better French. Dave
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Bonjour! And we look forward to hearing how you will progress and of your trip! À bientôt!
taha-h1

taha-h1

Mary-e3

Mary-e3

Hi. am a mountain guide in tanzania and am working with different people from different countries speak different languages especially french people. i can say i speak french but need to learn more and to become a good french speaker. as u can see am waiting for the next season to start climbing that mountain. what should i do in order to make sure will reach the point i want to be in this language? also would love to get more friends who speak french for chating.

Hi, I am learning French as a beginner. I discovered that French is the only language on earth that gives each and every object it due respect by addressing it as "masculine"or "feminine"
jabra--

jabra--

I live in Sweden and I´ve recently started learning french at school and on the net. It´s is a nice language but it can be difficult when putting "une" and "un" before the word. I don´t know which word is "masculine" or "feminine". How shall I know which one is masc/femin? :)
Mary-e3

Mary-e3

Hi. i 'm in tanzania i learnt french at school here in tanzania. i have a problem in french tenses especially future tense, condition tenses.

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