Off topic: French kids in Hampshire / Dorset?
Thread poster: Marionlam
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English to French
I have a 20 months old son who I speak French to whilst my husband speaks English.
I'm looking for french speaking people, ideally with kids of a similar age, to meet up every now and then so Lucas can hear some french, and also for my own enjoyment!
J'ai un petit garcon de 20 mois a qui je parle Francais; mon mari lui parle anglais.
Je cherche des francais vivant dans le comté d'Hampshire/Dorset, de preference avec des enfants dans la meme tranche d'age, pour se rencontrer de temps en temps de facon a ce que Lucas entende un peu plus de francais - et moi aussi!
I found your message which was posted July last year. I was wondering if you had joined up with any other French families? I lived and worked in France for three years and my daughter speaks excellent French. She went to a French Saturday school in Milton Keynes when we came back. She is 12.
Now we are moving to the Dorset / Hampshire boarder and I would like her to meet and chat with other French speaking children.
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