Vil du gerne have 66% rabat på din næste bytur og gratis indgang i København, Odense og Århus? Inden du tilmelder dig medlemsskabet i deres app, skal du trykke på "Inviationskode? Indtast Alexander L#14 i feltet og du får en måned gratis 5. Learning a foreign language is definitely one of the most difficult things to do. Because of this, it is extremely important that you are taught the language in a relaxed and safe environment with a great teacher and lots of constructive feedback.Already from the beginning of the lesson, it is clear to Sedaris that this teacher is no ordinary teacher, The author then goes on with talking about the teacher’s very alternative methods of teaching, which involves picking on the students and making fun of their answers.Furthermore, she does not tolerate that the students speak anything besides French, which naturally limits those students, who does not have the biggest of vocabularies.However, it seems like the extra work is pointless, This furthermore results in making the author even more afraid and insecure about speaking French, not only in class but also in public.The reason why he came to France was, after all, to learn the language by being forced to speak in public, when ordering at a restaurant, doing groceries etc.However, he quickly realizes that his anxiety is the very least of his problems.The teacher of this course is an intimidating woman, who seemingly has no interest in the students’ well being.Det betyder at hvis du indbetaler 100 kroner i app’en, vil du have 300 kroner at bruge på deres steder. In this paper, I am going to analyze and comment on the essay, where part of the focus will be on the writer’s tone and on the attitude to learning foreign languages that is explored in the text.Before going to France, David Sedaris took a French course in New York so that he would not be an absolute beginner when attending the French class."He die one day and then he go above my head to live with your father." "He weared of himself the long hair and after he die, the first day he come back here for to say hello to the peoples." "He make the good things, and on the Easter we be sad because somebody make him dead today." The fish-out-of-water element of this portion of the book can sometimes approach overkill; after all, it’s a point-of-view Sedaris evokes even in his own living room.In fact, the best story in the second section, "Picka Pocketoni", turns the tables by pitting Sedaris against a tourist couple from the United States vacationing in his adopted homeland.