(Laughs) ♪ (Background voice) ♪ (Background voice) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (Dog barks) ♪ It’s uh, very attractive table. ♪ (Laughs) ♪ ♪ ♪ – -Swim. Dancing. -The sun. -Sun. Sun. -I like to play uh, pétanque.
It’s my first, uh- -Pétanque? I don’t know how
you say that in English, but uh, I like those also,
to play uh, shuffleboard. And I like to go
to the sea to swim. -Very good, eh you me– -Restaurant. Bicycle. Bicycle quite a lot. Uh, screen…dream?
We use- -Cha -Swim
(Laughs) -You wanna learn?
Well the best way… There are 2 ways. This? A dictionary yes. You don’t know the
word you look in it. And Nicole, you
see I said Nicole. In English it is not Nicole’ It is Nicole. Yeah “Nicole”. (Laughs) They speak like that. So you imitate them.
That’s what I do. E’ is A. So,
the letter A… “Aye”. A. E’ in French its “Uh”.
But in English its “Aye”. And when you go
to de Q’. It’s Q. Keee-you.
-Kee-you. -So, ke-e-o-e.
Kee-you. -Kee-you. Kee-you
All: Key- you. Que. -La U is,
“Oo”! You! Yeah, Danielle eh, is
giving us a good trick. Now that you know how to
pronounce the letter, Uh, of the alphabet in English. You can sing the song. A, b… All: C, d, e, f, g. H, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p. Q, r, s. T, u, v, y. X, y, z. -Okay, a good round of applause.
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