Stelle wrote:Salut! Je suis ici si jamais vous cherchez une marraine canadienne française!
Merci stelle. Je vais vous ajouter à la liste.
souschef wrote:Hi all,
Many thanks to tomgosse for getting this going.
I'm going to join in. I'll keep my ambitions fairly modest, though, since my top priority is the Output Challenge in German. Ideally I'll do small amounts of French until the Output Challenge is going smoothly, then start putting more emphasis on French later in the year.
My main focus is going to be active use, especially oral. I'd currently guess my level is B1.
So I'm committing to:
- keeping a log
- following the other logs
- generating at least SOME output each week
I hope that later on I'll be able to add some more commitments to that.
Bonne chance à tous!
tangleweeds wrote:I've been following this thread so faithfully, maybe you should add me to the list as a voyageur after all. My log is here:
Each time I've resumed my French this year, it's reawakened my ability to step outside of the English box and think in a different language. The cool thing is that ability then transfers to whatever other language I was wrestling with as a raw beginner. This motivates me to maintain French as an ongoing part of my learning routine.
Here are a couple of things I'm looking for recommendations on:
* A children's French language dictionary
(meant for French elementary school children, but with written definitions, not a picture dictionary)
* A comprehensive French->English & English->French dictionary
Also, I've noticed a couple of great free study resources missing from the list at the top of the thread:
Carmody wrote:I would very much like to join this group but don't know how to go about participating and contributing.
All advice appreciated.
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