Hello! I'm a French native speaker living in France. If you need someone to proof-read your translations and essays or need help on French grammar, pronounciation, French traditions, or cultural aspects do not hesitate to contact me, I'd be glad to help you. I'm in the Top 50 experts of the year in 2011 and 2012. Tank you dear questionners!
French is my first language (mother tongue). I studied linguistics when I was at university.
I passed a master of British literature
Answering questions may help me understand what is difficult in French and help me understand the process in acquiring a second language.
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Hi Sumeet, Thank you for your question. The song is indeed in French. However Ive never heard this song and I suppose that it was created for the Samsung ad. I googled the lyrics : "tu me fait rêver
Hi Walden, As a French native speaker, I cannot say if French is really difficult to learn. It is very subjective. It also depends on the language you already speak. For a Spanish, French is not
Hi Lala, Interesting question. Discussing with my husband, we realize that we pronounce 'j'ai' pronounced like "cette" (sort of accent grave) when it is the verb avoir : j'ai de l'argent But when
Hello Lala, Thak you for your question. There are regiona differences of course. est pronounced like " é " can be heard in south of France. For me, the wovel found in : est, français, cette and
Hi Mags, Thank you for your question. Are you watching Wimbledon? :) Here is a link where you can listen to the pronounciation : http://fr.forvo.com/search/monfils/ I think t is easier than