Dialect classes

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Episode 0010
Dialect classes

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Keep sending me advice.

Blogger LucaSambuca87
Date Posted April 26th, 2007
URL youtube.com
Description Um...why do I need to learn a French accent?
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Dialect classes is the tenth video in the LucaSambuca87 video series.


Luca: Hi. Um, I don't know what's new... what's been going on. I've been pretty much waiting for whoever to make the next move. I don't know what to expect. They said, "We will make contact." But so far, it's just me. I've um, I've stopped going to my classes. I know that it's probably a bad idea. I mean, pretty soon someone has to notice. Especially in a school like this. But, I was sitting in class last week, before I stopped going, and I realized that everything I'm learning doesn't really have a point in the real world. At least not a clear one. And it's not just because I hate what I'm learning, some of it's actually pretty interesting. But it's not like... math skills that will help you balance your checkbooks or figure out taxes or something. It's just random... I don't know. You know, we did just start this new six-week class. All the students are required to take it. I've been going to that one. I mean, it's only six weeks and there's only 10 students in each class, so the teacher was gonna notice if I'm not there. It's a class on dialects. I don't know we're all required to take this. I don't know why dialects are something that we really need to have, to learn I mean. But it's actually pretty fun.

We learned so far... a little bit of a French dialect:
(With French accent.) Bonjour. Is that a baguette in your pocket or are you happy to see me?

(With Scottish accent.) I'll tell you how to get to the pub. Turn left down the road.

But my favorite is probably British. Standard. The kind of "proper" British:
(With British accent.) Can't quite understand why we need to learn it. It's very interesting. It makes me feel like a lady to speak like this. Don't you think?

Luca: Anyway, they haven't given us any explanation as to why we need to learn these things. I mean it seems like something that if we were majoring in theatre might come in handy, but I dunno. I mean, I haven't even declared a major yet. I don't even know what majors they offer here. I need to find out more about this school. And I guess until then, I'll keep going to the dialect classes. But the other ones, until I know about why I'm really here, I can't put my heart into it. Keep sending me advice. I'm just trying to sort through it all and understand. But it's great being appriciated.