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This technique can help you get your bearings and ensure that both parties involved understand exactly what is being discussed. Furthermore, you could use this to request someone speak more slowly or repeat themselves if they seem lost!
Traveling in France
France offers an abundance of travel options ranging from trains and buses to planes. Planning your French itinerary with care can be both convenient and economical.
SNCF boasts one of Europe’s premier rail networks. High-speed lines radiate out from Paris like spokes on a wheel, covering all parts of France’s northern, eastern, southern, and southeast corners. Local bus services connect regional areas – Flixbus is especially popular here with comfortable seats, power outlets, wifi connectivity on board as well as WiFi internet connectivity available throughout. Air France as well as budget airlines like EasyJet and Transavia provide domestic flights.
Learn some basic French before traveling to France if possible; it will make your experience much more authentic, enhance interactions with locals, help navigate public transportation more smoothly, and allow for smoother interactions on vacation. There are apps designed specifically to teach words and phrases – practicing these will allow you to better comprehend French culture and their way of life.