I am doing well in french. I’m proud of the job I’ve done so far, and really like the way I’m working on it. I am, however, not as pleased as I thought I’d be with this. I have been in the middle of my last essay, about what it means to be a frenchman (which I am happy I’m doing), when I suddenly feel this overwhelming urge to write something.
We’ve all been there. The feeling is that you are doing well in French, because you are. It’s just that the writing part is really hard. So hard that it’s not at all clear that you are. Or maybe you aren’t, and you are just doing well in French.
I’m not sure if this one is a little of both. I’m not sure if its just a matter of “You are doing well in French, because you are, and its just that you are.” Or “Its just a matter of “you are doing well in French, and its just that you are.
If you’re not doing very well in French, or at least a little, then you might not be doing well in the English classroom. Because French and English are so similar, you’re not going to notice if you’re slipping all of the time if you’re writing this essay in one language instead of the other.
English and French are languages that are quite similar, but they do have very different ways of communicating. English is more formal and can be used to communicate with more formal people, whereas French can be used to communicate with more casual people. I think that this is part of why English and French are so hard to learn. I think that the reason people write essays in English is because they don’t want to be bothered with the details of the language.
While there is a lot of good news coming out of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, the fact that people continue to use English for writing in a country that is so similar to ours is a very worrying sign. There is a lot of evidence that shows how English has become increasingly more “Westernized” over time.
It is not just the more Westernized side of English that is worrisome. It’s also the fact that there is less and less of it being used for learning for the general population. While learning English is important, I think it’s also important to remember that a lot of English is actually just a bunch of words that someone has picked up along the way.
I agree with your sentiment, because its important to know as much as possible about the culture that you are growing up in. But I think in the end its about what you choose to learn. When people hear that you have learned only French, they tend to assume that you are one of those people that just picked it up. I think the opposite is true. I think it is equally important to choose to learn something that is very relevant to you.
I think that a good way to approach this is to choose something you enjoy and have a passion for. If it is a language that you studied in school, this will help you to better understand the language and the culture in general. If you are growing up in a culture that you have no experience with, this will help you to better understand the culture and how to behave in the society that you live in.
I think the best way to learn different cultures and languages is to actually live in those cultures and live that way. That is, to really live in the culture in which you are studying. In the case of French, this is not as easy as it might seem. The language has a very strong French flavor, but it is a language that is not as popular in the US as it is in France.