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#52 - It's possible that she could have taken the cakes to the venue… 05/08/2014 on Factory Of Magic +16
#122 - Well, I'm sitting the first year of my A levels at the moment …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/26/2014 on hero 0
User avatar #126 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
French law is a peculiar thing but it's interesting. If you're gonna study commonwealth law then I don't recommend you come back to France (though you might find a job as a business lawyer who primarily deals with the UK)
#112 - That's what our teacher is always telling us to do. Also, did …  [+] (5 new replies) 04/26/2014 on hero +1
User avatar #159 - defeats (04/26/2014) [-]
"did you find that some French people, especially the older teachers, were sometimes quite harsh towards you when you still didn't know French all that well?"

Oh man, this happened to me a lot. particularly in French, HistGeo and Maths. I knew moving to France that teachers there loved to ask the students questions all lesson long, but with me they just decided to have a laugh.
My French teacher would always make me read, if they was something to be read out lout I was the one to do it. I never got good at rolling my Rs, so when saying those R infested words I probably sounded terrible. People would laugh but eventually I got past the embarrassment.
My maths teacher though was a bit weird, from the very beginning he refused to believe that I couldn't understand things, and if somebody spoke out to say that I didn't understand he'd yell at them. My was also quite deaf, so everybody would have to shout for him to hear. To be honest I'd have probably laughed at me too if I was watching myself trying to shout random words in French.
The HistGeo teacher was a bit better, but sometimes worse... Sometimes he'd dictate and get me to write it on the board...
User avatar #162 - defeats (04/26/2014) [-]
If there was something to be read*
and my maths teacher was also quite deaf*
I don't see any more typos for now, but no doubt I will soon.
User avatar #115 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
I can't say I had a lot of bad experiences with teachers, maybe just three or four dickheads and cunts in those years

I haven't seen a French chauvinist in a while though but they pop up occasionally (they're also against the European Union, Erasmus and foreign languages in general)

I study law here, did my first year in Limoges though, what about you?
User avatar #122 - bustednose (04/26/2014) [-]
Well, I'm sitting the first year of my A levels at the moment in England, and then I'm planning on studying law and French at university, I might move back to France later on, although there weren't many job opportunities in the area that I lived in, as it was in the countryside, so a lot of people went into farming, or moved away.
User avatar #126 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
French law is a peculiar thing but it's interesting. If you're gonna study commonwealth law then I don't recommend you come back to France (though you might find a job as a business lawyer who primarily deals with the UK)
#103 - How long have you been living there, and how are you finding t…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/26/2014 on hero +1
User avatar #108 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
About 11 years already so I'm perfectly fine with the language now. I took a great interest in becoming a French grammar nazi after a bitch French literature teacher told me I still hadn't mastered the language after 3 years. Connasse de merde

You should try writing it more often and reading French news articles, just to maintain it
User avatar #112 - bustednose (04/26/2014) [-]
That's what our teacher is always telling us to do. Also, did you find that some French people, especially the older teachers, were sometimes quite harsh towards you when you still didn't know French all that well? I had an English friend while I was there, and whenever we spoke English to each other in the presence of French people, there would always be a few people who would make a comment about needing to learn French, or speaking French while we were in France.

What are you studying in Toulouse anyway, That same friend I mentioned wants to study Bio-chemistry there.
User avatar #159 - defeats (04/26/2014) [-]
"did you find that some French people, especially the older teachers, were sometimes quite harsh towards you when you still didn't know French all that well?"

Oh man, this happened to me a lot. particularly in French, HistGeo and Maths. I knew moving to France that teachers there loved to ask the students questions all lesson long, but with me they just decided to have a laugh.
My French teacher would always make me read, if they was something to be read out lout I was the one to do it. I never got good at rolling my Rs, so when saying those R infested words I probably sounded terrible. People would laugh but eventually I got past the embarrassment.
My maths teacher though was a bit weird, from the very beginning he refused to believe that I couldn't understand things, and if somebody spoke out to say that I didn't understand he'd yell at them. My was also quite deaf, so everybody would have to shout for him to hear. To be honest I'd have probably laughed at me too if I was watching myself trying to shout random words in French.
The HistGeo teacher was a bit better, but sometimes worse... Sometimes he'd dictate and get me to write it on the board...
User avatar #162 - defeats (04/26/2014) [-]
If there was something to be read*
and my maths teacher was also quite deaf*
I don't see any more typos for now, but no doubt I will soon.
User avatar #115 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
I can't say I had a lot of bad experiences with teachers, maybe just three or four dickheads and cunts in those years

I haven't seen a French chauvinist in a while though but they pop up occasionally (they're also against the European Union, Erasmus and foreign languages in general)

I study law here, did my first year in Limoges though, what about you?
User avatar #122 - bustednose (04/26/2014) [-]
Well, I'm sitting the first year of my A levels at the moment in England, and then I'm planning on studying law and French at university, I might move back to France later on, although there weren't many job opportunities in the area that I lived in, as it was in the countryside, so a lot of people went into farming, or moved away.
User avatar #126 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
French law is a peculiar thing but it's interesting. If you're gonna study commonwealth law then I don't recommend you come back to France (though you might find a job as a business lawyer who primarily deals with the UK)
#101 - Unfortunately I've never heard of it, I lived in the Creuse re…  [+] (9 new replies) 04/26/2014 on hero +1
User avatar #102 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
Yeah I'm in the Haute-Vienne, though currently I'm studying in Toulouse
User avatar #103 - bustednose (04/26/2014) [-]
How long have you been living there, and how are you finding the language now?

I lived there for 4 years, and now I'm taking my French A level, and although I can speak the language fluently, I still struggle with some of the more complex rules, or just forget them sometimes.
User avatar #108 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
About 11 years already so I'm perfectly fine with the language now. I took a great interest in becoming a French grammar nazi after a bitch French literature teacher told me I still hadn't mastered the language after 3 years. Connasse de merde

You should try writing it more often and reading French news articles, just to maintain it
User avatar #112 - bustednose (04/26/2014) [-]
That's what our teacher is always telling us to do. Also, did you find that some French people, especially the older teachers, were sometimes quite harsh towards you when you still didn't know French all that well? I had an English friend while I was there, and whenever we spoke English to each other in the presence of French people, there would always be a few people who would make a comment about needing to learn French, or speaking French while we were in France.

What are you studying in Toulouse anyway, That same friend I mentioned wants to study Bio-chemistry there.
User avatar #159 - defeats (04/26/2014) [-]
"did you find that some French people, especially the older teachers, were sometimes quite harsh towards you when you still didn't know French all that well?"

Oh man, this happened to me a lot. particularly in French, HistGeo and Maths. I knew moving to France that teachers there loved to ask the students questions all lesson long, but with me they just decided to have a laugh.
My French teacher would always make me read, if they was something to be read out lout I was the one to do it. I never got good at rolling my Rs, so when saying those R infested words I probably sounded terrible. People would laugh but eventually I got past the embarrassment.
My maths teacher though was a bit weird, from the very beginning he refused to believe that I couldn't understand things, and if somebody spoke out to say that I didn't understand he'd yell at them. My was also quite deaf, so everybody would have to shout for him to hear. To be honest I'd have probably laughed at me too if I was watching myself trying to shout random words in French.
The HistGeo teacher was a bit better, but sometimes worse... Sometimes he'd dictate and get me to write it on the board...
User avatar #162 - defeats (04/26/2014) [-]
If there was something to be read*
and my maths teacher was also quite deaf*
I don't see any more typos for now, but no doubt I will soon.
User avatar #115 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
I can't say I had a lot of bad experiences with teachers, maybe just three or four dickheads and cunts in those years

I haven't seen a French chauvinist in a while though but they pop up occasionally (they're also against the European Union, Erasmus and foreign languages in general)

I study law here, did my first year in Limoges though, what about you?
User avatar #122 - bustednose (04/26/2014) [-]
Well, I'm sitting the first year of my A levels at the moment in England, and then I'm planning on studying law and French at university, I might move back to France later on, although there weren't many job opportunities in the area that I lived in, as it was in the countryside, so a lot of people went into farming, or moved away.
User avatar #126 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
French law is a peculiar thing but it's interesting. If you're gonna study commonwealth law then I don't recommend you come back to France (though you might find a job as a business lawyer who primarily deals with the UK)
#99 - Limousin mentioned, swell with Limousin cattle pride.  [+] (11 new replies) 04/26/2014 on hero +1
User avatar #100 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
Another! D: *GASP* Anywhere near Bessines-sur-Gartempe?
User avatar #101 - bustednose (04/26/2014) [-]
Unfortunately I've never heard of it, I lived in the Creuse region when I lived there, and where you lived was in the Haute-Vienne I think?
User avatar #102 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
Yeah I'm in the Haute-Vienne, though currently I'm studying in Toulouse
User avatar #103 - bustednose (04/26/2014) [-]
How long have you been living there, and how are you finding the language now?

I lived there for 4 years, and now I'm taking my French A level, and although I can speak the language fluently, I still struggle with some of the more complex rules, or just forget them sometimes.
User avatar #108 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
About 11 years already so I'm perfectly fine with the language now. I took a great interest in becoming a French grammar nazi after a bitch French literature teacher told me I still hadn't mastered the language after 3 years. Connasse de merde

You should try writing it more often and reading French news articles, just to maintain it
User avatar #112 - bustednose (04/26/2014) [-]
That's what our teacher is always telling us to do. Also, did you find that some French people, especially the older teachers, were sometimes quite harsh towards you when you still didn't know French all that well? I had an English friend while I was there, and whenever we spoke English to each other in the presence of French people, there would always be a few people who would make a comment about needing to learn French, or speaking French while we were in France.

What are you studying in Toulouse anyway, That same friend I mentioned wants to study Bio-chemistry there.
User avatar #159 - defeats (04/26/2014) [-]
"did you find that some French people, especially the older teachers, were sometimes quite harsh towards you when you still didn't know French all that well?"

Oh man, this happened to me a lot. particularly in French, HistGeo and Maths. I knew moving to France that teachers there loved to ask the students questions all lesson long, but with me they just decided to have a laugh.
My French teacher would always make me read, if they was something to be read out lout I was the one to do it. I never got good at rolling my Rs, so when saying those R infested words I probably sounded terrible. People would laugh but eventually I got past the embarrassment.
My maths teacher though was a bit weird, from the very beginning he refused to believe that I couldn't understand things, and if somebody spoke out to say that I didn't understand he'd yell at them. My was also quite deaf, so everybody would have to shout for him to hear. To be honest I'd have probably laughed at me too if I was watching myself trying to shout random words in French.
The HistGeo teacher was a bit better, but sometimes worse... Sometimes he'd dictate and get me to write it on the board...
User avatar #162 - defeats (04/26/2014) [-]
If there was something to be read*
and my maths teacher was also quite deaf*
I don't see any more typos for now, but no doubt I will soon.
User avatar #115 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
I can't say I had a lot of bad experiences with teachers, maybe just three or four dickheads and cunts in those years

I haven't seen a French chauvinist in a while though but they pop up occasionally (they're also against the European Union, Erasmus and foreign languages in general)

I study law here, did my first year in Limoges though, what about you?
User avatar #122 - bustednose (04/26/2014) [-]
Well, I'm sitting the first year of my A levels at the moment in England, and then I'm planning on studying law and French at university, I might move back to France later on, although there weren't many job opportunities in the area that I lived in, as it was in the countryside, so a lot of people went into farming, or moved away.
User avatar #126 - graboidzero (04/26/2014) [-]
French law is a peculiar thing but it's interesting. If you're gonna study commonwealth law then I don't recommend you come back to France (though you might find a job as a business lawyer who primarily deals with the UK)
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#63 - articulate (11/26/2013) [-]
haha That is funny. He must play the violin like a cello because he is so small. He might find it hard to play without fingers though.
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