Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Making a vinaigrette

...or how to share language through an activity - an edible one no less!



6 comments:

  1. I love your blog! The posts on bilingualism are fascinating.

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  2. Oh I really enjoyed that! Your blog is so interesting. I think you've given your daughter such a wonderful gift.
    We go to France every year and I'm embarrassed by how poor my french is. I don't want the kids to lack confidence like me, so I'm going to try harder this summer when we're there, and then maybe they will too.
    Great that I now know where to come for some helpful advice :)

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    1. Have a wonderful time in France! One of the best ways of interesting kids in French is unleashing them in a boulangerie...who can resist fresh pain au chocolat?!

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  3. Louisa Lyon ESMG7 July 2012 at 02:18

    That was really nice to hear the two voices! Tess reminds me a bit of Noémie, there's that trace of having started speaking English first!! Very cute. But she speaks super well French. N is 4 and 3 months and catching up her French but still tells me speaking English is "more easy".

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  4. That's really interesting, I wonder if French will become "more easy" as she gets older...it's fascinating stuff!

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