POURQUOI APPRENDRE LE FRANÇAIS? (WHY LEARN FRENCH?)

POURQUOI APPRENDRE LE FRANÇAIS? (WHY LEARN FRENCH?)

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Added by November 3, 2013

REASONS TO LEARN FRENCH?How to learn the french languages

Here are 8 good reasons to start studying the French language and stick with this exciting resolution!!!


1. Pour pouvoir communiquer avec des millions de nouvelles personnes
 (to be able to communicate with millions of new people)

2. Pour donner l’impression d’être romantique (to give the impression that you’re romantic)

3. Pour faire chavirer les coeurs des femmes, façon Bradley Cooper (to make girls’ hearts melt, in the Bradley Cooper way)

4. Pour faire chavirer les coeurs des hommes avec ce petit ‘je ne sais quoi’ (to make guys’ hearts melt with that little ‘je ne sais quoi’)

5. Pour comprendre les menus des meilleurs restaurants (to understand the menus of the best restaurants)

6. Pour râler à coeur joie, sans que personne ne fasse attention (to shout your heart out, with no one paying attention)

7. Pour crier, quels que soient nos chagrins, “Non, Je ne Regrette Rien” et continuer à voir “La Vie en Rose” (to yell, whatever your sorrows are, “No, I don’t regret anything” and to continue to see ‘life in pink’)

8. Pour découvrir Paname, se perdre dans ses rues pour mieux se trouver soi; s’arrêter un instant pour hurler de bonheur “Paris, Je T’aime!!!!!!!!!!” (to discover Paname (other word for Paris), get lost in her streets and find oneself; to stop for a moment and scream “Paris, I love you!!!!”)

Références: “Non Je Ne Regrette Rien” and “La Vie en Rose” – Edit Piaf’s songs / “Paris Je T’aime”, a collection of great shorts shot in the different districts of Paris

Soraya Garre, French actressSoso

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