o learn some French; it’ll help you every day, you’ll be respecting the culture, and there are free classes available. You will meet monolingual francophones, and it’s gracious to learn the language.
You can’t understand Montreal without understanding Quebec, and you can’t understand Quebec without talking about French.
Montreal itself is a bilingual city – you can live here perfectly happily speaking no French at all, and many people do.
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