11 reasons to study French in 2019

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Last summer I achieved a life goal of learning French. I’m now fluent enough to function in most social and professional situations. For years I had plateaued and been sitting at an intermediate level. It took a summer of intensive study, including a month of full immersion in Saguenay, Quebec, to become functionally bilingual.

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Writer, editor, technical writer, part-time lecturer, and semi-professional stand-up comic based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

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Lauren Stephen

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Writer, editor, technical writer, part-time lecturer, and semi-professional stand-up comic based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

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