For six years I lived in France, five in Paris, and one in Bourgogne. I was young, fresh out of high school and looked at the world through rose-colored glasses. The one question people ask me the most of the time I spent in France is “Do you speak French fluently?” I say no, but Je regrette rien! Oh the things I learned! I used to love reading french dictionaries, just to see how the french explained their words, and the other day experienced some pleasant flashbacks when I came across these.
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