Let’s Try To Sing, in French?

This week I wanted to try vlogging.

So below is my post for the week, is has been a rough go for my learning project but I have expressed my concerns through my video. Also I have tried something that I haven’t done since someone recorded me singing for the High School Guitar Club in 2009.

Hope you enjoy my video 🙂


7 thoughts on “Let’s Try To Sing, in French?”

  1. My high school French teacher started every class by playing a French song. We would listen and look at the lyrics at the same time. The teacher would picks words from the lyric for the students to memorize for quizzes and for the final. I thought it was a unique way to teach French. It was effective also because some of the songs were really catchy and soon the whole class would be singing it. We may not have fully understood what the song was saying but I felt that it helped with our pronunciation. Keep up the good work!

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    1. It totally helps with pronunciation! Because like I said in my video reading the words is so different from actually saying it. Thanks for the comment! Glad someone else had the same experience.


  2. You have inspired me to try Vlogging so stay tuned for the near future for that. I was in french immersion and I found it really helped to watch stuff in french with english subtitles if that makes sense? It helped to see the word along with the pronunciation. It also helps to pick a phrase and always code switch to that french saying like “Hello my friend” or something simple you will say quite a bit. Maybe just warn your friends before you respond to them in french. lol

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    1. I am glad I have inspired you! I have found that I like Vlogging better! I am personally more of a talking than a typer, so I found it easier to get my thoughts out. The pronunciation has been the hardest part in my learning of french, but I’m getting through it. Thats a good idea to watch with subtitles! I actually was doing that with the Olympics, and it was interesting cause I knew what they were talking about but not a clue what they were saying. Crazy how language can be so different.


  3. Identifying areas of weakness are just as important as areas of strength… I like that you’re honest in this journey because a lot of the time I find that people sugar coat a lot of stuff to hide the fact that they struggled. Struggling is a part of any journey and it is how we succeed!

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