When I discovered a French video for tying a tie, I went back to the site to see what other instructional videos there are, and there are a lot!
So check it out if you want to learn new things while practicing your French at the same time: Netprof.fr
Right now, I'm interested in the history of Paris (and would love to go there someday), but I might do something crazy and watch the computer how-to videos, because they have stuff there that I want to learn. Of course, I can do that in English, but I really need to improve my French, and what better way than to do that through topics I'm interested in.
Bottom line: this is a great site!
This is so interesting! It reminds me of a series called Ignite. Here in Seattle it's "Ignite Seattle," and it's a program wherein folks come and give a five-minute Powerpoint presentation on whatever they like. It's fantastic to see regular people with a passion share that with the world. And even better if it helps us learn French, like in the website you mention here!
That sounds very interesting--if I lived in Seattle, I'd check it out.
Hi! You might be interested to know that Arthur, the guy who presents these videos, is from the US (from Alabama if I remember correctly). You can still hear his accent when he is speaking french. Bye
Are you serious? So is it like French spoken with a southern drawl?
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