Lots of people in France speak English, specially young people, and people working in tourism in Paris and the main holiday regions.Now for the bad news there are also lots who do not - even working in the travel and hospitality business.
For example: Nous allons ( We go), the "s" at the end of "nous" would be dragged out into the "a" of "allons" making a "z" sound, but notice how the "s" at the end of "allons" is not pronounced. The French language is all about words flowing gracefully.
If you want to speak in English, think to speak slowly: Generally, French people don't speak English very well.
The table below corresponds with the following audio pod cast file. If you’re really serious about learning French then I’d strongly suggest taking a look at Frenchtoday.com’s À Moi Paris, an audio course for beginners based on recordings of French stories.
If you don't speak any French, be reassured; here's the good news!
Do you have a French honey that you’d like to snuggle up to?