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Vous ne pouvez pas apprendre le Français Student 09/15/2019 (Sun) 11:05:22 ID: d0511c No.18
Thread dedicated to the French language

>Resources
Empty at the moment, will be updated
>What we need
Sites and resources to help newcomers learn the language
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>>19
Greatly appreciated, brother. I'm still not updating the OPs because I'm kinda busy but I'm trying to build this up slowly but steadily. I already have some books to share, too.
You can understand more French without a single day of study than you can of any gook language even after five years of hardcore study. So do you really need to study French?
>>63
It depends on your mother tongue.
As a frenchfag you can understand most other romance languages because of the similar roots and grammar.
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J'ai apprede un peu de le francais dans la ecole mais j'ai oublie beacoup de ca. Comment peu je commence encore un fois? Quel literature francais c'est bonne pour un etudiant de le francais a lire?
>>115
Je te corrige : "J'ai un peu appris le français à l'école mais j'ai oublié beaucoup de choses. Comment puis-je m'y remettre ? Quel livre est bon pour quelqu'un étudiant le français"

Sinon, je te conseille de lire "Le Petit Nicolas". Cela s'adresse aux enfants mais c'est justement ça qui le rend accessible.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Petit_Nicolas
>>119
Merci beaucoup, anon.
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J'ai l'intention du lire cette blog ici:
https://arkalysproject.blogspot.com

Du jeu vidéo de rôle Français.
>>128
Je me suis jamais particulièrement intéressé aux JDR français. Par contre, j'ai déjà cherché quelques trucs sur l'histoire du jeu vidéo français, dans les années 80-90. La chaîne de TV Arte a fait une série là-dessus justement. Je sais pas ce que ça vaut mais je laisse ça ici.
https://www.arte.tv/fr/videos/RC-018035/retrogaming-made-in-france/
Un bonne livre que j'ai trouvé est 'Faibles et Légendes du Japon' si vous êtes intéressé dans sujets weaboo.
>>131
Merci beaucoup Anon (étudiante?), Désolé, lynxchan déteste mon navigateur mais je voulais retourner.
>>138
Nan c'est ma langue maternelle. J'aime bien aider les personnes qui veulent l'apprendre.
If you have a Mac then get the application Antidote. It's the best software in its class for any language https://www.antidote.info/ although languagetool is a decent free alternative that works for any language https://languagetool.org/
>>115
Camus has some good short books
>>160 I come from a romance language so sadly I'm already tired of the enlightened XXth century stuff. English has done good by me but I've dawdled on 'can't do' gutter for the French language, and I know there must be an amount of francophone works that I can enjoy just fine. This use case is also convenient with the current shut-in mandates across the globe. Thinking of trying Féval's 'La Vampyre', it's got an audiobook on Librivox.
>>166 based
https://julay.world/cl/ Suggesting this today before the culling, which will happen tomorrow. May download the whole thing and share them here, so that people can practice.
>>141 Peux tu me recommander des youtubers francaises?
Why is the French word for computer "ordinateur". Why did they not just go with "computeur". Now I understand France has a fancy language academy and is snotty about keeping the language "pure", but you'd think that if they were that invested in their language the retards would have known that "compute" originates from 17th century French "computer" in the first place, even though the word fell out of usage in France itself by the time the word "computer" was coined in English. In conclusion, though it's an English words, the roots of computer are 100% French. Practically every single language in the world uses a variant of "computer", France could have easily just used "computeur", but instead the snotty ignorant "on hon honing" faggots had to go and make up a retarded sounding word that doesn't even make sense in the context of computing. Computers compute instructions, not "order" instructions. TLDR; The French are snotty stuck up ignorant faggots for rejecting a word root for being "English" when it actually originated from French, and Latin before even that.
>>431 >Why is the French word for computer "ordinateur"? Blame IBM's advertisement department. computer sounded similar to calculatrice and IBM wanted show that it could more than calculating, it was something that could things in order, So the name just stuck.
Any good french channels on yt for improving listening? For now i am watching le figaro videos.
>>471 Interested with this too. Paid lessons are hard on me. My target is learning French so I can express my children story in French without having to go through English.

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