"That's French for ya..."
bonjour remy, i recently started learning french and came across your videos, i wanted to thank you and say you should really ban the hi-tech editing and go back to teaching near your closet...you used to link to other videos and helpfull aids of learning in your first lessons, so i thought these sites might come in handy:http://www.transparent.com/wotd/today/french.htmwww.ielanguages.com/thank you very much and keep teaching,salut(:
Oh #*@%! oops...pardon my French
bounjour! Remy tu es nombre un!!J'apelle Esteban,j'sui mexicain petit americain.je jois voyez tu videos.merci beaucoup.well first of all thanks for all of thing s u r doin, i'm pretty much into languages i love the tutorial u r givin' out in internet and i totally hope u keep doin it!! comment tu le vou??j'espere bon!! au revoir
Are the terms first group verbs, -er verbs, and regular verbs all synonymous?
er verbs are known in French as "les verbes du premier groupe". They are all regular with one exception: "aller" (to go). Some regular "er" verbs have some irregularities even though they follow the first group verb rules.
It has been a while and we have really missed your videos. Looking forward to your next lesson :)!!Anjie
salut remy,your lessons are so entertaining- they make learning easier! ( i love watching the progressions as well )looking forward to number 14.thank you!!donna
Thank you Donna! :)
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