It’s a word reference, it’s a reference, a name.
And for people who don’t know it, it can be the word that comes from the French word ‘franc’, or just a reference to the French language, or something along those lines.
So, if you’re French, it’ll be the name of your language.
But it’s not the name that comes to mind when you think of the word ‘French’.
But the name is very much a part of French.
It’s in the dictionary, and it’s part of the French tradition, and I think it’s very interesting that people, when they come to France, they tend to say that they’re French because they think of it as a word, or they think that it’s an adjective, and that it refers to some other word.
But I think that’s not quite right.
There’s nothing in the word French that has anything to do with it.
It refers to the whole of French culture.
There are so many different French words that you can think of that you’ve never heard before, but that are part of a whole French language.
So I think you could say that you have a strong attachment to French, because you think that French is a part or a source of your identity, and you can’t understand it without French.
So there’s something that you’re attached to.
But then, I think, a lot of people who are really interested in French actually find it very difficult to understand it, because it’s so very different to English.
You can hear French spoken in other parts of the world, but the pronunciation of French is not exactly the same as that of English.
So for example, in England, if I say “I’m so pleased to see you”, you might say “oh, I’m sorry, I didn’t realise that you were from England”.
But in France, it would be “I hope I’m not the only one from England to have such a lovely day.”
So you get very different ways of pronouncing it.
You don’t just get the word in English, you get the whole word.
So you might find that in your everyday conversation you can just say, “I am very pleased to be here”.
But you wouldn’t say, you know, “Oh, my God, you have to go to France because there’s a lot in France.”
You wouldn’t necessarily say that, because that’s a very different pronunciation.
And so it’s the same word, it just means different things to different people.
French is very diverse, it has so many people speaking it, but it’s all in the family, it is all in French.
The French people who know me best, my wife, my daughter, they are very proud of my French.
They have the same French roots.
So it’s always nice to meet French people and I’m very grateful for that.
I mean, I am very grateful to them.
But there’s nothing wrong with it for me.
There is something to be said for being French.
I’ve heard a lot about French language education, so I know there are many, many French speakers in the country.
And I know that many of them have a very strong attachment and attachment to their French.
But in my own experience, I don’t think that I have a lot to do or to learn about it.
I don, I have not learnt much about it, I just don’t remember having to do much with it, and if I have, I’ve learned little.
And that’s the way I am.
I haven’t studied much about French, so it seems like I am not going to learn much.
It seems like it would take a long time for me to be exposed to it.
So what are you going to do?
If you want to go out to a restaurant, or go to a cinema, or have a meal with friends, what do you do?
Well, if French is part of your culture, and is part, you’ll know that if you’ve had a French restaurant or a French movie or a movie theatre in the past, you’ve probably had French people around you.
They’ll have been there and they’ll have seen you.
You’ll know who you are.
You’re probably going to know a lot more about the people in your life, because they’ve all been there.
And, you might even know more about them than you’ve actually known about yourself.
You might have seen some of their films, or maybe you’ve heard about them in the news, or seen their books.
You may have heard about their television shows.
You’ve probably heard about the book they’ve written about you.
And then of course you’ll also have met French people, you may have met some of them in person, or in their newspaper articles, and even their radio programmes.
You probably have had a few chats with French people on the phone,