Maybe i'll travel to France, but Teresa is taking this class which makes me want to take this class more!
Yeah, that's me.
That was so dumb! Why didn't I say something nice like, Hi Teresa?
Give me an example of a noun.
Victor goes to school and picks his elective for this year. He decides on choosing French because he heard that Teresa, the girl he likes this year, is taking French too.
La me vave me con le grandma?
Oh of course I would love to help you out anytime!
Victor wants to be with Teresa, but after bumping into her in the hall, he says something stupid and regrets it. He doesn't know what to say to her anymore and for him it is a bit awkward.
Woah! You are really good at French, mind teaching me some time?
As Victor went the rest of his day, he scowls to try to get her attention, and when his teachers asks for a noun, he blurts Teresa. At lunch he ate fast and went to look for her and when he found her they held eye contact and Teresa smiled at Victor.
This year is going to be great!
To try to impress Teresa, Victor thought it would be a good idea to raise his hand in french when his teacher, Mr. Bueller, asked if anyone knew french. He didn't know any French at all and made something up to impress her.
Does anyone know french?
Teresa believed that Victor knew French and decided to ask him to study with her and teach her french, Victor agreed.
Victor thought that Teresa is an amazing girl and he thinks that he is going to like 7th grade.