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Old 01.04.2011, 09:05
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Some help with French..

I need some basic conversation practise in French this weekend for about 15-20 mins , if any one can chat with me via phone or gtalk, please PM me. I would really appreciate it.
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Old 01.04.2011, 11:37
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Re: Some help with French..

Stupid question, but why do you only need help this weekend?
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Stupid question, but why do you only need help this weekend?
I have an exam..
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Old 01.04.2011, 11:51
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Re: Some help with French..

My French is not so good, but good luck on the test!!
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Re: Some help with French..

If you only need 15-20 minutes of french then why not go to a bar, order a coke and strike up a conversation with the bartender or other punter sitting at the bar.
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If you only need 15-20 minutes of french then why not go to a bar, order a coke and strike up a conversation with the bartender or other punter sitting at the bar.
The OP seems to live in Zurich, so...
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The OP seems to live in Zurich, so...
yeah, but if the OP takes a train for the French part....

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Re: Some help with French..

Do you still need someone to have a conversation with you in French?
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No, thanks, the exam is long over..
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