Doubting One’s Language Use

Flora: Can you help me? I’m working on this email to Emil and I’m having trouble Coming up with the right words in French.

Andy: My French isn’t much better than yours, but I’ll Give it a shot.

Flora: Okay, read this sentence for me. What I want to know is if that is a Suitable way to say that I’m sick, but that I’m not seriously ill.

Andy: Word choice can be Tricky, but I think that’s the Appropriate word, with the right meaning and the right Connotations.

Flora: Okay, now read this sentence. It doesn’t Sound right to me. Is this the right Usage of the word “Faire”? I really Doubt it.

Andy: That’s because you’re using the wrong Form of the verb, I think. Now if only I can think of the correct form. My French is really, really Rusty.

Flora: Now that you’ve pointed out the problem, I can Look it up later. What about this paragraph? The last sentence Sounds awkward to me.

Andy: It sounds okay to me, but then again, I’m not a Native speaker.

Flora: Ugh, this is so frustrating! It’s such a Production every time I write him an email.

Andy: Maybe Emil will learn English and Your troubles will be over.

Flora: Yes and maybe Monkeys will fly out of my butt!

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Doubting One’s Language Use