Since little, I’ve known enough English to read and write without much trouble. I haven’t got regular spoken conversations, so as of 2015 I’m a little awkward speaking, but can understand it pretty well. While a know I must continue improving it, I don’t want to stop there, as there are other interesting languages I’d like to learn.
French is one of them, as I chose it for my third language. Et je l’aime.
I’ve not gotten many chances to speak it, and so far (2015), I’m a little awkward at it. Even when I know I must practice speaking my second language, I don’t want to stop there. I have always wanted to learn many more languages, but I always thought it’d be Japanese (for childish reasons). As I finally thought it through, I decided for French. And oh boy, je l’aime.
- je (“I”)
- tu (“you”)
- il / elle (“he” / “she”)
- nous (“we”)
- vous (formal singular “you” or plural “you”)
- ils (“they”)
Auxiliary verbs: être (“to be”) and avoir (“to have”). And their conjugations in the present tense:
|Il / Elle||est||Il / Elle||a|