French Conversation

Improve your French through conversation.

We are not quite like the image but would like to think we are. If you meet us you will find we are a small group with very varied levels of French fluency but are kind and tolerant of each others weaknesses. Any new people will be welcome to join us to decide if we are what you are looking for.

Our meetings will be based on Rendez-Vous magazine, but the following titles may also be used. All are welcome to have a taster. Spare magazine copy can be provided.

Interested in learning or revisiting French? Please let us know so we can look towards setting up an appropriate group.

  • Coordinator: Margaret Pagett - 01695 422210

Venue:  Scout & Guide Hut
Day:  2nd Tuesday of the month
Time:  14.00.


Tuesday Meetings  –  May to September 2019

May 14:    Would I lie?  –  Leftover from December

June 11:   Children’s books

July 9:   5 Things I know about?

August 13:   School sport

September 10:   Object story



Venue:  Member’s House
Day:  4th Wednesday of the month
Time:  10.00 


Wednesday meetings  –  May to September 2019

May 22:   Garden Wildlife

June 26:   Driving  (1 minute talk)  – Host needed as I am away.

July 24:   Why speak French?

August 28:   Directing the way in Ormskirk

September 25:   Charity Shops

The Wednesday meetings are held in a private house so space is limited.  Please ring the Coordinator if you wish to join this group.

French Conversation Magazine

Leader of French Conversation, Margaret Pagett, writes:

Anyone interested in joining the current French Conversation Group should get in touch with the group leader as soon as possible to order the magazines by April.

 

Christmas party masks

The French Conversation Tuesday group prepared for the Festive Season with some fancy face decorations!

Celebrating epiphany

Some photos from early in 2016:


Pete’s Media Sociale

J’essaie faire amitiés en dehors de “Facebook”, mais en employant les mêmes principes –donc, chaque jour, quand je me promène le long de la rue, je parle aux passants.

Je leur racconte les détails de ce que j’ai mangé aujourdhui, comment je me sens à ce moment-la, comment j’ai passé la soirée hier, et ce que j’ai l’intention de faire plus tard, et avec qui.

Je leur montre des photos de ma famille, de mon chien, et de moi travaillant dans le jardin, travaillant dans le garage, arrossant la pelouse, debout devant bâtiments célèbres, et faisant les activities que tout le monde fait tous les jours.

En plus, j’entends leurs conversations, leur donne le “thumbs up”, et leur dis que je les aime.

Et —-il fonctionne exactement comme “Facebook”! Me suivant, il y a deux agents de police, une journaliste, un pysychologiste, et un détective privé.

Pete Peterson