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vspace="4" border="1" />Could there be an ideal way to learn French? OK, lessons with your parent’s French maid
don’t count. Oh, I suppose you could go to some dreary online site to learn. But
fact it, it has always been true that the best way to learn a language is to go to the bleedin’ country which speaks
the language you want to learn. Forget Ms. Smith’s second grade class, that’s gonna only going to get you far enough to
order pate on the Champs-Elysees.
If you want real immersion, true mastery, go there and learn. Hence, I offer you forthwith a link to studying in
French at the Sorbonne itself. Summer course, a year, a few
weeks, whatever. Before you know it you be speaking like a native and turning up your nose at all those uncouth
American visitors who can’t speak a lick of Le Francaise.