Ooh, La La!

, , , , | Learning | June 13, 2018

(We are in a French lesson, discussing language to use when asking for a hotel room.)

Teacher: “Remember to say, ‘soirs,’ when you’re asking for the number of nights. All right, then, [Student], could you please stand up?”

([Student] stands up.)

Teacher: “And could you please say in French, ‘I would like a hotel room for two nights.'”

Student: “Je voudrais… un chambre… avec deux soeurs?”

(This actually means, ‘I would like a hotel room with two sisters’.)

Teacher: “Well, that would be a very good night indeed!”

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