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Eva-L1

Eva-L1

Is this community forum all dead? For as it appears the posts and topics are either very old or slow to get an answer on? Also, is there any way to get the full dialogue from a lesson so you can read the whole thing whilst listening to it or doing it on your on without the audio. Or can you only do that manually? Eva/Simon
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Bonjour Eva, Unfortunately, that is the nature of a forum and especially one with so many pages and topics. If you want the full dialogue what you can do is print the lesson which you can do by pressing the button to the left of the lesson title with a picture of a printer on it. You can either print it out or "print it" to a word document for example. J'espère que cela vous aide! - I hope this helps! - Marie-Claire
Hayley-G

Hayley-G

Yeah it's really hard to get a forum started unfortunately
sonum--

sonum--

bonjour! comment ca va? i have recently started learning french and i am really enjoying your lessons. I hope i progress by leaps and bounds. je'adore apprendre le francais =)
JimmyJ

JimmyJ

Bonjour, sonum, Hayley and Marie-Claire. I'm a Bostonian living in Toronto and, alas, a senior who's never spoken any other language except English (and Latin in high school). I'm not sure whether, at my age, I can learn but I'm going to practice this free trial - but from what I've researched, I think that I might be able to at least be able to speak a wee-bit of French for my travel in August to Quebec City, Canada. Toronto, being the most multi-cultural city in the world, there are so many languages but maybe (just maybe), I might pass the elementary level and make this a challenge. So, sonum and Hayley, I look forward to seeing and hearing your progress - and Claire - well, I hope to get to know you more and be able to write you in French someday. Bonne nuit. Jim

bonjour jimmy :) i admire your effort to learn a new language! good luck
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Bonjour à tous! Tenez fort hein! Keep it up! There is never an age at which you cannot learn a language! If you want to fast track your French and get as much learning in as possible before your trip to Canada, I suggest using this course in conjunction with practical experience. By that I mean, have a look into the "Alliance Française" in your region as they may offer regular get-togethers for French speakers and those who are learning. It would be a very good way to put into practice the structure and vocabulary you learn in our course. J'espère que cela vous aide! - I hope this helps! - Marie-Claire
Murray-D

Murray-D

Hi Jim! I'm "basically" new to french as well. Athough, I have "un petit peu" of an advantage due to living in Canada and having a french wife, daughter, and in-laws (to practice with). With that said, I'm still very timid when it comes to speaking french in front of others. I believe Rocket French will give me the confidence I need to venture out from my home office (where I practice) and into the real world! Bonne chance, monsieur! P.S. I'm 54, and I don't think it's ever to late to learn! :)

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