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THE OFFICIAL PARIS Q&A | are the french rude + non-t...

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  • 2 years ago
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As a twenty-something American in Paris, I'm finally answering 13 of your most-asked questions - everything from why the French are rude to you, to why I love me some French men, to all the cool non-touristy (and touristy) things you should be doing in Paris.

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**PARIS Q&A

0:26 What are some non-touristy things to do in Paris?
1:59 Where is the best coffee in Paris?
2:27 Are French people rude, snooty, and snobby?
3:54 What clubs do you recommend?
4:46 How do I study in Paris? I’m confused by L1, L2, L3 school types?
5:31 What college do you go to in Paris?
6:51 French men
7:56 Why haven’t you chosen to live in Paris permanently?
8:58 Can a person who speaks only a little French survive in Paris?
9:32 What do you like about Paris? Why do you love Paris so much?
12:29 Actual French phrases and words you should know for a trip to Paris?
13:17 What is that one thing you hate about Paris?
13:30 Do real Parisians avoid tourist areas like the plague?

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**MY BACKGROUND

I originally moved to Paris in 2011 for a year abroad as an exchange student at the Université de Paris VII - Diderot in Paris. I moved here to study French linguistics and to become fluent in French...which happened when I met a French guy at the Erasmus night at Mixclub. That long-distance relationship lasted six years. I would come back twice a year for a few months to visit him…and now in 2019, seven years later, I feel like I can say I'm definitely qualified to answer questions about Paris. I have lived a decent amount of time here, in various arrondissements, and I have seen the many sides of Paris (hanging with French people and also hanging with other Americans/international people here). Now thanks this channel, I secured a little talent visa for two years to make more French and Paris-themed videos.

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PARIS LINKS & RESOURCES

**Maps to plug into your Google Maps
The Shut Up and Go Map to Paris →
https://goo.gl/maps/m1imDQvUYNx

Good Coffee in Paris →
https://goo.gl/maps/BRu4QFiroDD2

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Business inquiries: holler@damonandjo.com

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This channel is about the duo, Damon Dominique (Damon) and Joanna Franco (Jo), who together make @damonandjo. We got tired of all those cheesy travel shows, so we made one for our generation. We teach you how to sound cooler when speaking languages. We backpack on a budget. We question the status quo. We Shut Up and Go.
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