I’m a huge fan of the french and german language.
But I think I would have made an even bigger impact in english if I was born and raised in french-speaking countries.
The first thing I learnt was to pronounce the letters in the same way, as I was speaking them at the age of 12.
I remember the first time I learned to say “hello” in french: I thought it was a weird accent.
It’s been a bit of a struggle learning to pronounce “hello”, and I’m not quite sure I could do it in english.
I’ve never had a hard time pronouncing the word “love” in english, so maybe that’s partly why I’m an English speaker.
But it’s also the reason I can’t pronounce the word for “peace” in German.
I guess you could say I am French.
I have two French-speaking sisters, and they’re both very strict on French-language rules.
So it’s a bit like having a French-only family.
But they’re very helpful in explaining to me what’s wrong with what I say.
The only language I can speak fluently in is french, so I find it difficult to explain things in english to them.
So when I speak to them in french they often say things like “you’re very good at French”, and then they take me aside to ask me to stop.
They’re also very helpful when it comes to trying to teach me how to use my new skills.
I’d also like to thank my parents for giving me the opportunity to study abroad.
They really gave me the freedom to travel, and gave me a wonderful job in a great company.
They have been fantastic to me, and I’ve always had a strong bond with them.