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Please post some questions on foreign language/ESL as that area is my speciality. It's discouraging for me to see so few questions for my area! I would especially love to see questions re: Spanish, French, Japanese and literature.


I am in French two. I am going to france this summer and was wondering how to say "A little slower please" en francais s'il vous plait.


Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Bonjour, Amande et merci bien! "Plus lentement, s'il vous plaît" says "slower, please." Remember to always use the formal "vous" when you are not on a first-name basis with someone.

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    i need help in french i need to learn the french alphabet in two days and i have no clue wat to do

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