All entries for Sunday 17 May 2009
May 17, 2009
Hello everyone !
thank you very much for your work, your presence at the workshop and also I hope you have understood that watching a dvd and writing in the TRC blog should be more than just a class activity. It would be great if you could continue and do that all the time while the university is still opened.
Same with the satellite recordings and everything linked to the TRC and your French curriculum because you already know that there is always room for improvement so never hesitate to keep the spirit of learning for the sake of getting as much knowledge as possible so as to be perfectly trained for whatever you are heading to because anyway let's face it : there will always be French involved at some point in your life so why not keeping the good habits ? add also that there is no day off for any language learning process (you have to read newspapers, hear radio, and talk aloud by getting yourself meet people or record your voice and hear it again at least from time to time on a weekly basis). Only those bearing this in mind will never face a brutal increase of workload during these 4 years in the French Department.
I wish you the best be it for exams, your coming soon vacations and also your time that you will spent abroad.
For those who haven't done the dvd review, hurry up please so that it will benefit your training for the oral exams !
BEST REGARDS TO ALL
En bref, ce film est une version française de Bridget Jones. Il s’agit d’une trentenaire célibataire, Fanny, qui invite un de ses collègues à dîner chez elle. Rien ne se passe jusqu’à la fin où ils se tombent amoureux. C’est un film nul et ennuyeux qui n’a lieu que dans son appartement. Il est plein de moments embarrassants, donc je ne vous conseille pas de le regarder avec vos parents!