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This is one of the other languages that I speak, and I thought I'd share some info about the way I approached it. Now, I did have some French study in school, because I live in Canada and we're, officially, a bilingual country. So, I remembered lots of my French studies from school, and I pretty much learned to speak it from Camille, over at Frenchtoday.com. I did myself a huge favor and I purchased her 16-chapter dialogues called, 'A Moi Paris,' and found it to be an amazing learning tool. She is a professional teacher, and she speaks slow enough that you can actually speak the dialogues along with her. Even when you're not actively studying it, you can be playing it in the background, and it will still stick in your mind, and you'll quickly find yourself thinking in French and soon speaking it. She also has a translated transcript for the audio. She also happens to be a very friendly person, which I found out by communicating with her through emails, so if you contact her with any questions about her learning modules she'll get back to you.
Hey all :) Thought I'd stop in at the Boat Show and do a little video for Paul Harrison, over at SeavoiceTraining, in the U.K. Of course, I did the VHF/SRC Online Radio Course with them. Now, don't get too excited, because the boat show in Toronto is nothing like the Annapolis show, or the others down in Florida. Most of the boats are well below 40'. My battery was running out of power towards the end, but I did manage to take a few shots. The Chris Crafts were really nice to see.