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Luckily I had learnt French very well at Lowood, and had no difficulty in communicating with young Adele, a pretty, cheerful child.

One afternoon, while walking in the gardens of Thornfield, he told me the story of his love affair in Paris with a French dancer, Celine.

I tried taking mistresses, like Celine, the French dancer.

Perhaps it's a French mouse.

So she began again, and said in French

Where is my cat? (This was the first sentence in her French lesson book.

About twenty years ago, Miss Manette, a French doctor married an English lady.

He's a spy! A French spy! the doorman told him.

He travels from England to France and tells the French King secret information about our English army.

No, he was with two French gentlemen.

I believe you know another Frenchman who has found a safe home there. A Doctor, I believe?

Twelve months after the death of the Marquis in France, Charles Darnay had become a successful teacher of French in London.

She was married recently. Not to an Englishman, but to a Frenchman.

The French Revolution was now three years old, but there were more years of terror to come.

And Tellson's Bank, which the French emigrants used, had become a meetingplace where they could hear and talk about the latest news from France.

Yes, I married a Frenchwoman. The daughter of Dr Manette, a prisoner of the Bastille and a well known friend of all good citizens!

Don't be alarmed, my dear Miss Pross, said Carton, smiling at her. But I'm afraid I have to tell you that your brother is a spy, a spy for the French prisons.

I also learned to speak French, German and Spanish and have been a trainer, consultant or speaker for more than 500 companies.

A French sculptor was chosen to design the statue.

There had been a time when many people knew of his shop: Arab merchants, French and English geologists, German soldiers who were always well heeled.

Where's she from? She's from Paris. She's French.

4. Bonjour. Comment allez vous? I can't speak French.

Marcel is a French mouse.

I'm huddled in this french cafe I never thought I'd see the day, But winter's here and summer's really over,

I was deeply interested in the little family history which he detailed to me with all that candor which a Frenchman indulges whenever mere self is his theme.

What I have described in the Frenchman, was merely the result of an excited, or perhaps of a diseased intelligence.

What, then, must have been my amazement when I heard the Frenchman speak what he had just spoken, and when I could not help acknowledging that he had spoken the truth.

Could distinguish some words of the former, which was that of a Frenchman.

Was certain it was not French. Could not be sure that it was a man's voice. It might have been a woman's.

Not speaking French, was examined through an interpreter. Is a native of Amsterdam.

Was sure that the shrill voice was that of a man of a Frenchman.

The gruff voice was that of a Frenchman. Could make out several words, but cannot now remember all.

Heard the voices in contention. The gruff voice was that of a Frenchman. Could not distinguish what was said.

The gruff voice was that of a Frenchman. Distinguished several words. The speaker appeared to be expostulating.

I remarked that, while all the witnesses agreed in supposing the gruff voice to be that of a Frenchman, there was much disagreement in regard to the shrill, or, as one individual termed it, the harsh voice.

But in regard to the shrill voice, the peculiarity is not that they disagreed but that, while an Italian, an Englishman, a Spaniard, a Hollander, and a Frenchman attempted to describe it, each one spoke of it as that of a foreigner.

The Frenchman supposes it the voice of a Spaniard, and might have distinguished some words had he been acquainted with the Spanish.

The Dutchman maintains it to have been that of a Frenchman; but we find it stated that not understanding French this witness was examined through an interpreter.

A second Frenchman differs, moreover, with the first, and is positive that the voice was that of an Italian; but, not being cognizant of that tongue, is, like the Spaniard, convinced by the intonation.

Besides, there were two voices heard in contention, and one of them was unquestionably the voice of a Frenchman.

A Frenchman was cognizant of the murder.

If the Frenchman in question is indeed, as I suppose, innocent of this atrocity,

Now if, after all, I am wrong in my induction from this ribbon, that the Frenchman was a sailor belonging to a Maltese vessel,

Cognizant although innocent of the murder, the Frenchman will naturally hesitate about replying to the advertisement about demanding the Ourang Outang.

He bowed awkwardly, and bade us good evening, in French accents,

I pledge you the honor of a gentleman, and of a Frenchman, that we intend you no injury.

The Frenchman followed in despair;

The words heard by the party upon the staircase were the Frenchman's exclamations of horror and affright,

The French call this flower Marguerite, and they say that the little daisy can prophesy.

So France has had some of the lowest obesity rates among western countries, French women especially.