Most (about 80%) of the city population is bi-lingual (less as you get into the suburbs) and extremely helpful. All the road signs are in French so here is an essential guide.
|Tout Droit||Straight on|
|Gardez le Gauche||Keep Left|
|Gardez la Droite||Keep Right|
|boulevard||You already know French!!|
|rue barré||Road closed|
|Bon Journée||Have a Nice Day|
It's a lot of fun to try and speak someone else's language and adds to the ambiance of the journey - enjoy your stay and 'Bienvenue à Montreal' (Welcome to Montreal)
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