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I’m Learning French!

The Barefoot Blogger is learning French!

For all those ‘doubters’ out there who think the Barefoot Blogger will never learn French, here’s news.

After two years living in France, and during a short visit to family in the States, I’m taking French lessons seriously. Seriously.

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Deborah Bine

Deborah Bine

The Barefoot Blogger, aka Deborah Bine, loves to share tales of her solo life in France as an American expat who speaks no French. Retired from a career in advertising and marketing communications, and divorced after a 40-year marriage with children, Deborah left Beaufort, South Carolina and all of her belongings last year to move to the south of France. Now that she has found her "bliss," her passion is to encourage others to break away from whatever is holding them back and to go after their dreams. "We're on life's journey alone. Be certain you love where you are."

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  1. Fiona
    April 25, 2015 at 9:44 am — Reply

    I would suggest Michel Thomas cd’s
    Check him out, super interesting story!
    Plus proven, unique way of learning. You will be building sentences in no time, I was.

    • April 26, 2015 at 7:18 am — Reply

      Thanks Fiona good suggestion for learning French (or any language).

  2. Sue Hemp
    May 11, 2015 at 2:33 am — Reply

    Hi Deborah

    You may also want to try DUOLINGO – it also is quite interactive but has a ‘grammar’ section that you can click on if you want to know why you may have got the sentence wrong . Good vocabulary builder. I use both MindSnacks and DuoLingo

    • May 11, 2015 at 2:00 pm — Reply

      Hi Sue: thanks I will make sure to pass that on to Deborah. There are several other contributors who have mentioned DUOLINGO as well. Thanks for following and signing up for Perfectly Provence.

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