Kalico Annie (runwhite_rabbit) wrote in linguaphiles,
Kalico Annie

so i read the rules & i think this is alright, haha.

so anyway, i always get confused when it comes to saying "i speak french" in french. i can't remember whether or not i just say "français" or "le français."

for example, i recently did a project for my french class & i had to say "i speak english, spanish, french, and russian"
which is correct:
"Je parle anglais, espagnol, français, et russe."
"Je parle l’anglais, l’espagnol, le français, et le russe."
or something else?? what am i doing wrong?

hahah ehh i feel like an idiot, but i just had to ask!
Tags: french


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