When we look at the English language we find many words that originate from other languages, however many words come from the French languages but how can that be?
The French language is spoken more in Africa than any other country, There are currently 115 million French speakers in Africa today and it has been Projected that the French Speaking Africans will increase to 700 million by the year 2050
One characteristic of learning any new skill (including learning a foreign language) is the inevitable fact that everyone is going to make errors in the learning process.
If English is not your native language and is required for a job working for the Canadian Federal Government or even the Government of Québec, you will be required to show proficiency in English. Almost always, that means taking tests mandated by the respective governments.
One key to learning a language (and many other things) is to use the proper tool (or approach) at the proper time. When people have a lot of work to accomplish, they work very hard on one project, and when it appears that enough has been done, they drop it and go to the next project.
A recent study is showing that Spanish is the happiest language spoken worldwide. Apparently, scientists have said that it promotes joy and social cohesion.
When I ask my students of English as a foreign language what they might do to improve their competence, one idea that occurs to most of them is: I should speak English more often (with native speakers or people very competent in the language).
Envisagez-vous de voyager en Inde pour vos prochaines vacances? Vous pourriez être surpris d'apprendre que le français est parlé dans certaines régions de l'Inde.
In which verb tenses are the underlined verses?
What do you think the song wants to tell us?
What is your opinion of the song, and why?
The first, and for some the most important, is that bilingual people tend to make a better living than people who only speak one language. Let me explain myself: to begin with, Montreal is predominantly inhabited by French speaking people.