I married into a French Canadian family. Quebecois, they call it. My father-in-law was born very north of Quebec City and moved to New England when he was young without speaking a word of English. Now, of course, he’s completely fluent, so much that you would never even know that he spoke French. My mother-in-law also French Canadian, grew up in Massachusetts, although I believe she is first generation. Don’t quote me on that, though. She also speaks a little French, albeit with a thick Boston accent. Read the rest of this entry »
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