[VIDEO] Teaching People In Toronto How To Speak "Quebec French"

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[VIDEO] Teaching People In Toronto How To Speak "Quebec French"

While here in Montreal, we sometimes like to argue about which language to order pasta in at the restaurant, the fact that we can even understand French most of us take for granted, and ultimately should makes us really proud.

Cross the border into Ontario, it's a complete different story, where français to a Torontonian might as well be Swahili.

Local comedian Adam Susser recently took to the streets of the 6ix to try and teach the good people a few basic phrases in french, and let's just say -pas fort, Toronto!

Check out the clip above, and follow Adam Susser on Facebook for more hilarious vids!

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