French-English subnet in the International E-Mail Tandem Network.
If you speak perfect French and are learning English, or the other way around, then this is the right subnet for you.
How you can participate
- First of all, ask the Tandem Team for a Tandem Partner. Write to the following address:
the following message: "ENG-FRA. My native language is English. I'm learning French. (or My native language is French I'm learning English.) My name is...." As soon as you get a partner, you can begin to correspond with him or her.
A second thing to do is:
- Subscribe to the ENG-FRA Discussion Forum, in which you can discuss all kinds of topics with others in English and French. This is where your message goes to a group of about 200 people who are all interested in English and French and the people who speak these languages. It's a great place to ask questions about life "over there". We also exchange ideas about how best to work with your Tandem Partners and news about interesting English and French websites! Send an email message to the following address:
with the following message (without quotation marks): "SUBSCRIBE ENG-FRA"
- After your application has been processed, introduce yourself to the forum. Send a short letter about yourself to the forum address.
preferably in both languages. In the subject please put "Introduction" and your name.
Through the forum and from the Tandem team "dating agency" you will receive further tips concerning tandem learning with your partner and participation in the forum. But we'd also like to answer some of your most common questions here.
And now for some interesting English and
You're also very welcome to contact one of the two subnet co-ordinators below....
James Benenson, Département des Langues Vivantes, ENST Télécom Paris (F) E-Mail: email@example.com
Lesley Walker, Modern Languages Teaching Centre, University of Sheffield (UK) E-Mail: Lesley.Walker@sheffield.ac.uk
Pages maintained by James Benenson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Latest revision: February 1st, 1997
Comments and suggestions welcome!