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alright, I've decided I want to have a go at learning to read French, but I have now idea what the best way to go about doing so is. My only thought is reading a load of children's books to learn the rudimentary rules and vocabulary and then moving up from there. So I'd like to ask anyone who has managed to learn the language to a decent level of fluency, what are some of the best methods/resources that they used while learning the language?

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It's always fascinating to me the fact that French people could write great literature in this god-forsaken horrible tongue. Seriously, while the written form looks and feels cool, the spoken form is absolute DOGSHIT and belongs to a past form of the language. All the cool looking words (e.g. Bordeaux) sound totally reggin tier when spoken. And then only 40% of what you see is actually pronounced. If French was a type of food it'd be a bag of Lays: half nothing, half content. French writers write in spite of their subhuman tongue, not thanks to it. Make no mistake. A total waste of a language. I'm glad it's on its way to the grave, and now that France is Africa 2.0 is even worse. Good riddance, but cool while it lasted!

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It's always fascinating to me the fact that French people could write great literature in this god-forsaken horrible tongue. Seriously, while the written form looks and feels cool, the spoken form is absolute DOGSHIT. All the cool looking words (e.g. Bordeaux) sound totally nibber tier when spoken. And then only 40% of what you see is actually pronounced. If French was a type of food it'd be a bag of Lays: half nothing, half content. French writers write in spite of their subhuman tongue, not thanks to it. Make no mistake. A total waste of a language. I'm glad it's on its way to the grave. Good riddance!



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