Internet users mock the government's new ad on French

Internet users laugh at the government's new ad on French

The Minister for the French Language, Jean-François Roberge.

“Cringe”, “absolutely distressing”, “archinulle”: Internet users are having a field day commenting on the latest advertisement from the French Ministry of the Language. The 30-second video is a parody of animal reporting where many words are anglicized.

Minister of the French Language, Jean-François Roberge, shared the advertisement on Twitter. Very quickly, the video made noise on the twittosphere. Netizens laugh at the “boomer” and “cringe” side of this video. /paquettetienne/status/1636016153884610561?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

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Many politicians reacted to this advertisement. The opposition, from the Parti Québécois to Québec solidaire, denounces the government’s lack of concrete action to preserve the French language. /PaulPlamondon/status/1635976365164961792?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

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