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    Language barrier

    I read a few times on a girl review that the SP Language is limited on french or english only. I had some encounter with beautiful girls but because of our language, it didn't connect... So i suggested that in every review, we put that info... French speaking only, english only or bilingual... I think it would help all of us... What do u think ???

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    I think this is a very good idea...

    Ronnie,
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    I'm thinking about travelling there this fall.
    I've never been to Montreal before. I can't speak french though. Is it that much of a barrier?

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    Gotsome,

    If you stay in the downtown area, you will find that practically everyone speaks both French and English. I believe there is a requirement for many of the downtown area businesses where the employess must be blinigual to work.
    I have found that once you leave the downtown area and go outside downtown Montreal (like Laval), then the chances of people speaking English go down dramatically.

    Also, if you call for an SP, ask if the lady is bilingual, English-speaking only, or French-speaking only. I always ask that question because my French is not the best (although it is improving little by little) .

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    Operation,

    I have typically included that information in my reviews.......it is obviously critical to those who are planning multi-hour dates which should not be booked without knowing this info in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gotsome
    I'm thinking about travelling there this fall.
    I've never been to Montreal before. I can't speak french though. Is it that much of a barrier?
    Even if sex in obviously an universal non-verbal language, it depends at what level and how much you want to communicate with someone. Though you'll find some SPs in Montreal who have very limited habilities in French or in English, most are functionnal in both languages. This is something of course you can ascertain when dealing with the agency or with the indy you want to see. There is no shortage of bilingual SPs for sure.

    Reviews made by visitors (from the rest of Canada or the States) are frequently outlining the hability of an SP to speak good English. If they have problems relating with her, they will tell. The idea to include systematically the information in reviews is good, but as a local who speaks French and generally relate in French with SPs, I don't necessarily test their English languages "habilities" and won't consequently be able to provide the information.

    Lion Heart

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