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Franklin Park, NJ
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I am a francophile who has lived 12 years in France. I work at a major university in New Jersey and come to NY often. I love all things French - art, music, movies, food, wine, etc. Love meeting interesting people who have travelled and are international in scope. A bientot, j'espere!
1. If you post something, anyone and everyone is free to disagree with you.
2. If you believe you should attack a person with whom you agree rather than his or her argument, take it up with Fabrice and see if he welcomes this type of "discourse" here.
How about attacking the argument rather than the one making it?
Take a look at Laurel Zuckerman's blog, "Sorbonne Confidential: How Hard Can It Be For An American To Teach English In France?" http://laurelzuckerman.typepad.fr/sorbonneconfidential/
The qualifications to teach French at the Alliance Francaise in New York City: native speaker of French. The qualifications to teach English in France, pass two written papers in French.
What's wrong with this system?