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  1. Articles: Americas
    Canada wants to attract more French speaking immigrants, but the move has been criticised amid claims that others arriving in the main French speaking part of the country are struggling with the language. According to Immigration Minister John McCallum, Francophone newcomers make an important...
  2. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    After a few months here, I'm decently happy with my progress with French grammar and verb conjugation. I've found good ways to study each just by doing lots of exercises and such. However, my ability to retain new vocabulary is not improving and I just haven't found an effective way to study. I...
  3. Articles: Americas
    If you are French and want to move to abroad to live and work, then Canada wants you. The country is launching a campaign to increase Francophone immigration. Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander met with stakeholders and community leaders in Winnipeg to discuss how the...
  4. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hi, I'm looking for one-on-one instruction, a couple of hours a week. There are so many ads, I thought I would ask this august group if they can vouch for anyone. I'm probably at level B1. I've had a few months at AF, never had formal training so I'm spotty, but I can understand and make...
  5. International Expat Discussions
    Can anyone recommend a French Language School in Paris that would be able to offer a convention de stage while also allowing me to do an internship? I want to improve my French and also do a 6 month internship that has already been offered to me (starting in January 2012). If classes were...
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