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Well, don't wear anything with English words or the French will isunlt you, bring your own food if you don't want to die eating frogs and cheese, expect to be kissed by unknown guys and be isunlted in any restaurant by rude waiters lol.Seriously, just go like everywhere else. France is the first touristic destination in the world, it doesn't matter if you don't speak French. Just try to say boujour aurevoir merci and not to act loud like many Americans do and the French will do what they can to communicate. Almost all you can read on the internet about the French is made of stupid cliche9s. The French are just like you, except they don't speak the same language and, like you, are very proud of their country, so don't isunlt them and they won't isunlt you ^^.

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