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cellomom No, I get you. (and sorry if I'm hijacking the thread, Tina)

Capt. Lookatmy Broadside
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Posted at 12:11 pm on May 3, 2012


I'd just never heard of "Conversational French" until this thread. It makes sense.

Ds's Spanish work was prior to high school, so I don't think that would be an issue for him. If he'd jumped right into a college course after RS he would have been fine, but he's lost a ton. So far I am only counting his coursework in Hebrew (this year), although I'm pretty sure most places will just glance over that, but he had a tutor for a semester working through reading, grammar, and conversation, so it was well-rounded.

Dd is tired of trying to learn at home. She wants to learn in a classroom, so I'm trying to find something different for her. It may be she just waits until CC is an option for her.




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