Language may sometimes misinterpreted. The ability to diagnose a language must be achieved with a full consideration of its culture and where the place of language is spoken. How we portraits our ideas into words, to make a sentence just to form an understandable argument. It's a hard process to learn a new language. Sometimes, your tongue just couldn't handle it. As my Indian friend once said, we need a short tongue to learn Malay language, a shorter one to learn English, and a longer one to learn Tamil's. Can anyone tells me how to grow your tongue LONGER?
So, in the midst of my struggling to learn French, I flip up my
- You love Colette's romance novels.
- You'd like to root for the Montréal Canadiens in French.
- You loved Les Misérables so much that you decided to read the original version in its entirety—all 600 plus pages.
- You want to avoid ordering francs with mustard and sauerkraut.
- You never know when you're going to run into Catherine Deneuve.
- You want to impress your date at a French restaurant.
- You love French movies but find the subtitles too distracting.
- They won't let you onto the topless beach in Martinique without it.
- Two words: French Fries.
- You want to meet St. Exupéry's “Little Prince.”
Oh, and it may be because I will be having my short holiday there. I will be going to Paris for 10 days (or more) with my family. My flight will leave this Sunday, which means I have to go to Kuala Lumpur either tomorrow or the day after tomorrow. I am not sure whether I will bring along my laptop, so just in case I am not, I just want to tell all my readers that I am won't be updating my blog until I am back to Malaysia.
This year has done plenty of good things for me. Nevertheless, when it comes to my study, it was one of the most busy, mind breaking, hormone building year. I am looking forward for the half of this 2008 year! Have a great week, and happy holiday everyone!!
à bientôt (so long),