Allo, allo ! Les Francais parlent aux Francais

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    Allo, allo ! Les Francais parlent aux Francais

    Bonjour a tous,

    Oui j'ecris en Francais car ce message est adresse aux Francais.

    Je vis depuis 4 ans sur HK et ma future femme est chinoise.

    Elle veut apprendre le francais, mais ca reste dur dur car, elle ne

    parle pas l'anglais, je dis ca parce que l'ai mise a l'Alliance Francaise,

    mais les cours sont en anglais ! Ca aide beaucoup !

    Quelqu'un aurait une idee, un manuel ou des CD's d'apprentissage du

    Francais langue etrangere chinois-francais ?

    Sinon, je serais bien interesse de savoir s'il existe une communaute

    Francaise active sur HK, genre club, asso n'importe quoi, car je

    trouve des communautes anglaises, australiennes, new zelandaises,

    mais francaises ....... nous sommes quand meme 6000 sur HK, je suis

    etonne de ne rien trouver.


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    Salut Tartampion,

    il y a http://www.hongkongaccueil.com/ mais franchement c'est pas super actif compare a ce site.
    Pour le livre Chinois-francais, essaye Commercial Press ou Page One, tu y trouveras les livres que les etudiants chinois utilisent pour apprendre le francais.

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    Francais

    Bonjour Tartampion,

    Tu pourrais jeter un coup d'oeil sur ce site: www.hongkongaccueil.com

    Bonne chance et bon courage a ta future femme!


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    Merci a vous deux ! C'est un debut, ca fait plaisir qu'il y

    ait des gens l'ecoute, sympa.

    a+


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    I know it might pain you to do so, but have you also considered the possibility that the French-Canadian community might be able to help?

    Last edited by PDLM; 28-11-2005 at 12:56 PM.

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    On an administrative note:

    Please post in English. It extends the reach of your message and allows us to verify the legitimacy of any posts.


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    Salut Tartampion,

    je ne parle pas tres bien francais, mais j'apprends le francais aussi. Excusez moi, je dois commuter à l'anglais:

    Recently I found some learning material in French and Chinese (in simplify Chinese) for French beginner. There are two sets of books for beginning and advance levels. They included two books and 2-4 cassettes tapes. I cannot remember exactly, but make sure you have a cassettes player for the cassettes tapes.

    This two set of books are published by RTHK (a radio broadcaster in HK) and the Alliance française some years ago (that's why they use cassettes! :P ). The cost is about HK$200+ for one set.

    Is this close to what you are looking for? I don't have the store address now, it is locate at Mong Kok. If you need it, I can find it for you.


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    Well, absolutely my dear, and I'm sorry if I forgot Walloon Belgians, New Caledonians, French-speaking Swiss, French Polynesian, natives of Tahiti, French Guyana, Martinique, Luxemburg, Guadeloupe, Vanuatu, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, Saint Martin, Saint Barthelemy, La Reunion, Iles Glorieuses, Clipperton, Wallis et Futuna, Mayotte, Crozet, Kerguelen, Amsterdam Saint Paul, Terre-Adelie etc ......... his message was sent to all francophones


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    Hi Ohlala,

    Cheers, that's a precious piece of info !

    Well, as live close to Yuen Long, it'd be very appreciable whether you could dig out that bookshop.
    I thank you very much for your help anyway, very kind of you. I'm already waiting for your next post.


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    Thanks god I finally find it. I thought I have already thrown the piece of paper away.

    The store name: American Book and Magazine Tel: 2787-5131
    Open M-S 10am - 7pm and Sunday 10am - 6pm

    They close quite early in weekdays. You better call them for the exact location. It is near the KCR station at MongKok, and there is a eyes-catching Delifrance around the corner.

    Hope it is helpful to you


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