15 Jan Presently I am frustrated learning past tense!
Today was a hard day with le francais. I am weakening…why do I need to know past tense and future tense? Next week I am going to France. When I am there it will be present tense right? The French won’t care what I will be doing the following week since I will be back here in the US. Can’t I just stick to the present tense and forget the rest?
This is pretty early in the game to give up right? I will attempt to tell you in French what I did today. Not everything – I did dishes, grocery shopped, walked the dog, called the boys at school (no one picked up – ahem), organized some bills, wrote some correspondence, and cooked a nutritious delicious dinner. Do I know how to say any of that – not really, but I think I know how to say the following:
J’ai joué au tennis avec mes amies. J’ai bu un café avec un homme qui travaille à mon université. J’ai essayé le francais plus mal.
French speakers – feel free to correct my little essay above on this blog. I can take it!
Je suis fatigeé!