Where is Brahim??

Discussion dans 'English board' créé par sadalif, 28 Mai 2008.

  1. sadalif

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    Assalam 3aleikoum everybody,

    Why is english so difficult to be learnt by french people?

    I'm french and I have been learning english for more than 12 years, and I still cannot even speak fluently!
    And I'm not the only one, when tourists ask a french guy in english, he cannot understand the question.

    Is there a problem with our education system?
    How other countries teach english?
    How have you learn english?
    Can you bring me more sugar for making tea?

    Analyze and discuss... <D


    P.S: don't hesitate to correct me, please. :eek:

     
  2. Casawia

    Casawia A & S Forever

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    Sadalif: Are you French?? :eek::eek:
     
  3. milagro

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    He is french from morocco !! lol <D
     
  4. sadalif

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    I live in France for 20 years, and I'm 24... so guess... [22h]

    I didn't want to explain, I'm morrocan and I have done all my schooling here, bla bla bla...

    Don't worry, I'm not betraying my origins...<D


    So what about the topic???
     
  5. Meryam_

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    Wa aleikoum salaam,

    Wich link has the title`Where is Brahim´ with you´re questions?:confused:

    Lmohim, I have learned english at the college. 4 years long.. And I can not speak english good en fluently too.
    You can speak english fluently when you follow an intense english course. Now you get apparently a few hours english in a week.. That´s not much to speak good english..
     
  6. Casawia

    Casawia A & S Forever

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    phheeeeeeeeeeeww <D

    but still....you could've said that u were French originally Moroccan....:eek:

    Don't get me wrong....I thought that u were a student in France....meaning to say that u lived in Morocco and u went to France to pursue ur studies.

    concerning your topic, which I find very interesting, I think that the problem doesn't come from where people are from....in other words, languages are learnt properly when they are practised properly.

    wherever u go, u'll find people speaking English with an accent. This is a normal situation due to the native language they speak themselves.

    French as a language, is a strong one and when a French person speaks English iwa I don't say to you (man3aaaaaaawedch lik) [22h]

    English, however, is spoken softly and this is why it sounds funny to hear a french speaking english and vice versa.

    also, let's not forget that English/British accents vary from England to America, which makes it difficult for beginners to understand British/American people.
     
  7. sadalif

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    @Meryam: Sorry for the title, it's a kind of private joke (from where is Bryan... he's in the kitchen)... It's a sketch of Gad Elmaleh, a french/moroccan humorist.

    @Casawia: [HS]yak 9oult lik ana zmagri a 80%???[/HS]

    I agrrrrrrrreeee with you [22h].
    But now I'm working with two girls from Romania, and their english (even with that damned sexy accent) is better than mine, and sometimes I'm shocked to see that I'm the only one able to communicate with them. (and I'm very happy when I have to... [22h])

    So give me solutions!! Am I obliged to live in an English-speaking country to improve my english?
    So Casawia, could you please introduce me a nice "girl of people", a hen with its kamoun??? (djaja bi kamoun8a?) lol
     
  8. Casawia

    Casawia A & S Forever

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    how would you like to improve your English? is it from the speaking part, writing or grammar/vocabulary??

    as far as I can see, you are doing pretty good :eek:

    if u r looking for an English accent...it's not that easy to get it and yes to improve your english you have to live in an english spoken country. in that way, u will have to speak english 24/7 and hence your english will improve gradually.

    but in ur case, and so not to be far from your sexy romanians [22h], I suggest that u read english books, watch movies/news in english, learn songs in english by reading the lyrics for example....
     
  9. alexander

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    i studied english in morocan public gh schools then 2 years as medical english. when i came to usa they said that i speak eng well.
    anyway, english is all i m studying now!!!!!!!!!!
     
  10. NoUnOuS

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    he is in the kitchen,

    that's all what I 9achbel from the hole of your discussion

    Where is my umbrella ? [17h]
     
  11. lmgred

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    nounous your umbrella is in the kitchen, with brahim :p
    Sadalif when i came to France i was surprised to have a english teacher speaking with his students in french,
    in morocoo when you are in an english class, the teacher talk just en English, he does'nt use french or arabic.
     
  12. dodi

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    but there are some who speak in arabic and even in egyptian [22h]
     
  13. lmgred

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    I've never seen that, when i was in Morocco we weren't allowed to speak any language, just English
     
  14. sadalif

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    I think that is a good thing, but in France if a teacher does that all the students will be :eek:.
    You know, one day somebody told me about some kind of trainee in Finland, where consultants from a big french company were send to improve their english. He said that the results were incredible, people became fluent in a couple of week!! I know that perhaps it's hard to believe but I think it's true;
    Maybe they feed their students with snake's kefta???

    I really want to improve my english (not only for romanians girls Casawia :p), but to be able to dabar 3la rassi everywhere on earth.
    Watching cnn, bbc and us movies will certainly be helpful but boring...
     
  15. Meryam_

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    <D very boring, and they talking to fast.
     
  16. wayeli

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    u can learn very fast by watchin tv kids things(they use basic english) some porn help 2 lol

    anyway it's a damn funny thing 2 hear a french guy(from france) speaking english lol
     
  17. alexander

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    i confirm this, it was the same for me and i studied high school in two different cities. i believe it s the case for all morocco.

    the french accent in english is really funny[22h]
    but you should know that american and british accents are too different. when i first came to usa, i couldn t understand what they re saying it took me about a month to get used to their accent. and even in usa accents are different from a state to another and the worse is the south accent, even amercain from the north have a hard time with it. add to this the black accent:eek: it s really hard and fast! but not all black use it. it s a kind of hadra dial zen9a.
     

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