Thursday, November 08, 2007

PARDON MY FRENCH! - Rescheduled for December 9

Originally scheduled for Saturday, November 3 at City Theater Biddeford, ME, PARDON MY FRENCH!, was canceled due to weather. It has been rescheduled.

The new date is a matinée, so please note the time change.
Sunday, December 9, 2:00 pm
City Theater
Biddeford, ME
207-282-0849
See the original post for details.
Susan Poulin
Poolyle Productions
24 Brattle Street
South Berwick, ME 03908
207-384-4526
info@poolyle.com
http://www.poolyle.com

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Jacques;

Apologies if this is the wrong place to comment about this! I didn't see an email link to ask first.

Since there are Americans who go to Quebec, Canada to work and vacation, they might find the new KitQC2 home page helpful. There are good tips about learning French as it is spoken in Quebec, an established free software program, and a special search page for Quebec French.

The new home page is at:
Namke World Productivity
http://emsjuwel.com/html/kitqc2.html

Thanks for your blog!

12:53 PM  
Anonymous Namke von Federlein said...

Hi,

Here are a couple of resources from Canada.

1) The new KitQC2 version 2.6 has much better sound files. It is available now at http://emsjuwel.com/html/kitqc2.html

2) Here is a resource offered by the government of Quebec
: http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/fr/langue-francaise/index.html

Thanks for your blog!

10:14 PM  
Anonymous Namke von Federlein said...

Hi! Is this blog still active?

In any case, I found a great web site to help people learn French as spoken in Quebec. It is called (catchy name) 'Learn Canadian French'. The blog has been on the web for only 8 months (as of Aug 2009) but it already has over 150 good blog posts that explain details of Quebec French - with translations into international French, English and Spanish!

I put a link to it on my new blog called 'Namke Learn Quebec French'. My blog is more about videos of songs and fun things. It's a 'big picture overview' blog for people heading to (or living in) Quebec.

By the way - you may want to clean out your comments. There seem to be some strange ones here that nothing to do with French.

6:56 PM  

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