Dear fellow FIA fans: I know I haven’t been the best at updating this blog. Mes excuses. But now, I feel, the culmination of all my years of loving French in Action is at hand and I have been floating on a cloud since Friday. The reason? J’ai reçu un email de notre prof, Pierre Capretz! He has graciously agreed to answer our questions. If you’ve been following the comments in our Discussion section, you know we’ve been talking about this for several months. The credit really goes to FIAfan Steve who emailed Dr Capretz a few months back and got the ball rolling on this. At that time I suggested in the Discussion comments that you send me your questions for the good professor and some of you have done this. But now this thing is really going to happen and I need each and every one of you to search your soul and give me your best questions for Professor Capretz. Pop in an FIA videocassette or DVD or watch an episode on the Annenberg site to whet your imagination. Send your questions in as comments to this article. (Don’t worry if your question doesn’t appear immediately; because of the volume of spam getting around the WordPress spam blockers, I now have to approve every comment before it appears.) I will take your questions, along with my own, put them into a semi-coherent order, and email them to him. I’ll post his responses as an article here on Mystère et boules de gomme.
Our correspondence and the comment form for you to leave your questions are below the fold: Continue reading