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Apprends le Français; Ask any question you want.
Topic Started: Apr 2 2008, 08:23 AM (1,083 Views)
the land
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Bonjour!!....pour commencer je vais te dire comment faire des accent...

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alt 130:é; alt 131:â; alt 133:à; alt 135:ç ; alt 136:ê; alt 137:ë; alt 138:è; alt 140: î; alt 144: É; alt 147:ô; alt 150:û; alt 151:ù

pour utilisé cette liste, qu'est ce que vour faisiez ces appuyer le button d'alt et puis enregistré les numéro qui vous donne le accent que vous voulais. par example...pour avoir le é...vous appuyé sur la button d'alt...at puis pendent que vous tenier le button vous appuyé 1-3-0.

to use this list, what you have to do is press the alt button and then the three numbers that go with it....for example...if you want é...you press the alt button..then while holding it down you press 1-3-0 in that order then let go of the alt key.
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everyday words....

Food words: Bisscuit:cookie; Fromage:cheese; Orange:Orange; gâteau:cake; ananas:pineapple; Banane:banana; Poulet:chicken; Viande:meat; Salade:salad; Soupe: soup

Animals: Cheval:horse; Deinde:turkey; Canarde:duck; Géaupard:cheetah; Léopard:leopard; Chein:dog; Chat:cat; Grenouille; Écureuil:squirrel; Poisson:Fish
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Puis je demander un liste de les espèces de poisson?
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une liste des espèces de Québec pue être trouvé ici: Poissons

je ne suis pas un expert sur les poissons
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Verbs

-er
Nager:to swim, manger:to eat, aimer:to like/love, monter:to go up (eg:stairs), travailler: to work, aller:to go

-ir
finir:to finish, venir:to come, partir:to leave, devenir:to become, avoir:to have

-re
descendre:to go down (eg:stairs), être:to be
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j'ai besoin de l'aide avec la grammaire. c'est une grosse probleme pour moi. actuellement, tout de la langue française est une grosse probleme pour moi! haha!

(erm, i mean) hon hon hon!
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Comment est-ce-qu'on faut mieux traduire la phrase anglais "red herring"?
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je pense qua le meilleur mot est : détouré
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Saw this and couldn't resist posting these words in Afrikaans:
(English is the first word in each coupling)

Food words: Cookie = Koekie; Cheese = Kaas; Orange = Lemoen; Cake = Baksteen; Pineapple = Pynappel; Banana = Banana, Piesang (either is fine); Chicken = Hoender; Meat = Vleis; Salad = Slaai; Soup = Sop.

Animals: Horse = Perd; Turkey = Kalkoen; Duck = Eend; Cheetah = Jaluiperd, Cheetah (either is fine; we get these on our farm at Vergeleë); Leopard = Luiperd; Dog = Hond; Cat = Kat; Squirrel = Eekhoring (don't really get these in Suid-Afrika); Fish = Vis.

Apologies for putting this in the French thread by the way :unsure:
"There is no next time: it's now or never!"

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Nizhni Farandol,Apr 9 2008
04:14 AM
j'ai besoin de l'aide avec la grammaire. c'est une grosse probleme pour moi. actuellement, tout de la langue française est une grosse probleme pour moi! haha!

(erm, i mean) hon hon hon!

un bon site web pour vérifier votre grammaire et votre orthographe est: BonPatron
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est-ce qu'il y a des questions à ce point-là ?
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sorry I haven't updated in awhile...anyway...today's lesson is....:NUMBERS!!!
numbers from 1-100 are:
un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf, dix, onze, douze, treize, quatorze, quinze, seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, vingt, vingt et un, vingt-deux, vingt-quatre, vingt-cinq, vingt-six, vingt-sept, vingt-huit, vingt-neuf, trente, trente et un, trente-deux, trente-trois, trente-quatre, trente-cinq, trente-six, trente-sept, trente-huit, trente-neuf, quarrant, quarrant et un, quarrant-deux, quarrant-trois, quarrant-quatre, quarrant-cinq, quarrant-six, quarrant-sept, quarrant-huit, quarrant-neuf, cinquante, cinquante et un, cinquante-deux, cinquante-trois, cinquante-quatre, cinquante-cinq, cinquante-six, cinquante-sept, cinquante-huit, cinquante-neuf, soixante, soixante et un, soixante-deux, soixante-trois, soixante-quatre, soixante-cinq, soixante-sept, soixante-huit, soixante-neuf, soixante-dix, soixante-onze, soixante-douze, soixante-treize, soixante-quatorze, soixante-quinze, soixante-seize, soixante-dix-sept, soixante-dix-huit, soixante-dix-neuf, quatre-vingt, quatre-vingt-un, quatre-vingt-deux, quatre-vingt-trois, quatre-vingt-quatre, quatre-vingt-cinq, quatre-vingt-six, quatre-vingt-sept, quatre-vingt-huit, quatre-vingt-neuf, quatre-vingt-dix, quatre-vingt-onze, quatre-vingt-douze, quatre-vingt-treize, quatre-vingt-quatorze, quatre-vingt-quinze, quatre-vingt-seize, quatre-vingt-dix-sept, quatre-vingt-dix-huit, quatre-vingt-dix-neuf, cent.
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Alternativement, on peut dire pour soixante-dix aussi septante, et pour quatre-vingt huitante, pour quatre-vingt-dix nonante. C'est un peu moins formel et utilisé que hors de la France.

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the land,May 7 2008
01:49 AM
sorry I haven't updated in awhile...anyway...today's lesson is....:NUMBERS!!!
numbers from 1-100 are:
un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf, dix, onze, douze, treize, quatorze, quinze, seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, vingt, vingt et un, vingt-deux, vingt-quatre, vingt-cinq, vingt-six, vingt-sept, vingt-huit, vingt-neuf, trente, trente et un, trente-deux, trente-trois, trente-quatre, trente-cinq, trente-six, trente-sept, trente-huit, trente-neuf, quarrant, quarrant et un, quarrant-deux, quarrant-trois, quarrant-quatre, quarrant-cinq, quarrant-six, quarrant-sept, quarrant-huit, quarrant-neuf, cinquante, cinquante et un, cinquante-deux, cinquante-trois, cinquante-quatre, cinquante-cinq, cinquante-six, cinquante-sept, cinquante-huit, cinquante-neuf, soixante, soixante et un, soixante-deux, soixante-trois, soixante-quatre, soixante-cinq, soixante-sept, soixante-huit, soixante-neuf, soixante-dix, soixante-onze, soixante-douze, soixante-treize, soixante-quatorze, soixante-quinze, soixante-seize, soixante-dix-sept, soixante-dix-huit, soixante-dix-neuf, quatre-vingt, quatre-vingt-un, quatre-vingt-deux, quatre-vingt-trois, quatre-vingt-quatre, quatre-vingt-cinq, quatre-vingt-six, quatre-vingt-sept, quatre-vingt-huit, quatre-vingt-neuf, quatre-vingt-dix, quatre-vingt-onze, quatre-vingt-douze, quatre-vingt-treize, quatre-vingt-quatorze, quatre-vingt-quinze, quatre-vingt-seize, quatre-vingt-dix-sept, quatre-vingt-dix-huit, quatre-vingt-dix-neuf, cent.

If I could be bothered, and if it wouldn't completely violate the Frenchness of the French thread, I'd write these numbers up in Afrikaans :unsure:
"There is no next time: it's now or never!"

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Ben, tu peux demander aux modérateurs de faire une section en Afrikaans!

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There'd only be me using a section in Afrikaans :unsure:
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Exacte! :P

Nee, maar ik denk ik kan toch ook en bitje Afrikaans verstaan, nit?
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well really there's only me trying to teach French here..so yours wouldn't be that different...
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Vrtbovska Zahrada,Jun 3 2008
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Exacte! :P

Nee, maar ik denk ik kan toch ook en bitje Afrikaans verstaan, nit?

Nederlands? Lol ek fop! :P Dankie vir die probeer egter :fonz:

I'm still running it over whether or not to open an Afrikaans thread, basically teach it like you do the land, but I'll see what's what next week when I have no uni work haha.
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Simple Phrases

Puis-j'allé à la Salle de Bain/Toillette:May I go to the Washroom/Toilet. (In France there is a separate room for the Bathtub and the toilet.So depending which one you ask it will vary what you will be pointed to.)

Est-ce que je peux utiliser ton Téléphone?: Can I use your telephone?

Comment dit-ton _________ en Français/Anglais: How do we say ________ in French/English

Puis-j'avoir un verre d'eau/lait/etc?: May I have a glass of water/milk/etc.

Je m'appelle _________: My name is _________

Qu'est-c'est ton nom?: What is your name?

Mon nombre de téléphone est ________:My telephone number is________
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