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Travel France

October 2011

October 2011

I’ve studied French since I was about nine years old. It’s likely the best of my non-native tongues, and I spent time travelling and studying in France in 1997, 2009, and 2011. If you are looking for a way to study French language relatively cheaply and in a beautiful place, please visit IFALPES. I don’t get any kickback from them, but I studied on an intensive course in Fall 2011 and absolutely loved it.

IFALPES — French Language Institute

There is also the opportunity to teach abroad in France, through the Teaching Assistant program.

Below are a few links to my musings about France. Don’t forget to look at the photography section, too!

My Moveable Feast

One the Nature of Daylight, or When A Frenchie Ruins Your Moment

One Sunday Morning I Woke Up Speaking French

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