hopelessly hopeful (nejem) wrote in linguaphiles,
hopelessly hopeful
nejem
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Hey everyone!

I'm here seeking for a little help: can anybody direct me to videos or audio files of Belgian people speaking French?
I'm probably going to Bruxelles in a couple of months and since it's a supposedly bilingual city and I don't know a single word of Dutch, I'm probably going to speak French, but I'd like to study a bit the kind of accent they have in Bruxelles.

Please, help, it's very important! Thanks in advance!!! :)
Tags: accents, french
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