Maintained my ability to speak French
When I was still in the UK, I grew up learning and speaking French. I was always an A-student and spent time in France to improve my speaking abilities. French has and will always be my favourite foreign language.
Truth be told, I can actually still speak French, but it’s not nearly as good as it used to be. I can still read and understand a good majority of things written in French; however, my conversational French isn’t so good. For some time now, I’ve told myself I’d improve on that; that I’d start practicing again and become re-acquainted with the language I love so much – sadly, it hasn’t happened yet.
Given the many reasons to learn French, I need to get off my arse and just do it! I need to stop talking about it and be about it. Rosetta Stone is a great way for me to dive back into the deep end to dust off my skills and do more than French kiss! Hehe 😉
A former co-worker has moved to Quebec, Canada where French is the primary language and he has to learn it, so I’ll take this as a sign that he and I can speak with each other in French in order for us both to benefit from it. He is currently taking classes and I still have many of my study books, which will serve me while I wait to purchase the Rosetta Stone software.
Oui, je parle Francais, mais ce n’est pas tres bon!
Yea, I said it!