cowle (Mar 4 2010, 03:31 PM) said: > original post Hello Reader, I am an older Australian man living in Perth, Western Australia. I have been trying to learn French off and on for several years now. The problem with learing the language in Perth is the lack of practice speaking to and listening to French people and the wonderful accent. I can manage to read French reasonabley well; if not, I ahve a good dictionary nearby. So, any interested person can make contact with me through this site; or eamil firstname.lastname@example.org Regards.. Warren
Warren, If the accent and speaking part is important (and it is) you might try a penpal with SKYPE?
canuck55 (Feb 24 2010, 02:57 PM) said: > original post Just realized I forgot to thank you for the name and address. Thank you!! Greatly appreciated.
Glad to help. It is around the corner from me so saw it many time. I am sure there are many others far cheaper such as the Nexpreso types with a single cartridge but that is also an expensive way to go.
srgudd (Feb 2 2010, 10:18 PM) said: > original post Many thanks for the reply, dr.klaus. If we could pony up the rent required (let's assume for the moment that we can), then will it be acceptable on the basis that it will require the stating of an international income to satisfy the 3x requirement. If, as you say, anything acceptable is well past the 1500 Euro mark, my showing an international income becomes even more of a requirement.
I am concerned that we are completely out of the running when it comes to renting an apartment because of this lack of a sufficient France-generated income.
Could you comment on this please ?
I would like to but strongly advise you to direct your question to "Ask an Expert" on this board or your Embassy...and I am not because the rules are so different for International staff, National staff, EU/Schengen affiliates, refugees, etc, etc