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PostSubject: Re: French Words   22.09.08 20:32

Emi , Will be possible you reposter your words or sentence and explain me what you would like, thank you. Your message as many others disappeared continuation a breakdown of a server.Thanks .
Pourras tu reposter tes mots ou phrase et m'expliquer ce que tu voudrais ,merci .

Ton message comme beaucoup d'autres ont disparus suite une panne d'un serveur . Merci

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PostSubject: Re: French Words   23.09.08 13:58

ok, so here is my list of words, and i'll need their pronunciation
donnait
avait
fêtes
sauvé
déchéance
laissaient
plÂtre
s'abaissaient
allumait
seulement
demeurant
penser
thanks in advance!
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   23.09.08 16:34

Emi, do you know the International phonetic alphabet? Because I don't know any site where you can hear the pronunciation, but I can send you the words with the phonetic writting.
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   24.09.08 8:01

no i don't know about it....it would be great....pls send it to me
thank you Joanna! hugs
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   21.10.08 14:11

I'll write here that i'm very interesting in French Smile I've been learning english and russian at school (i still make a lot mistakes Wink ) But the french was always my passion ( a long before that Brian will appear on the international campionschips). Now when I have a time I'm trying learning french language (by myself just for enjoy and for beginning) and everything what is connected with France. Smile

I have question.... Because I'm using CD to learn ... And I have a problem I'm thinking that The lector doesn't say the last letter.. for exemple "ambiance" read "ambianS" or "la tomate" read "la tomaT " ? Is it correct? Or I don't here how to say the last letter. ? Wink
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   21.10.08 15:37

You hear correctly, the "e" in the end isn´t pronounced after a consonant Wink
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   22.10.08 7:49

6marinka wrote:
You hear correctly, the "e" in the end isn´t pronounced after a consonant

Oh Thanku You so much Smile It's help me a lot Smile Smile
So I will ask you about different word "Salut" - do I read the "T" letter
Thanks once again Smile
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   22.10.08 8:25

mba83 wrote:

So I will ask you about different word "Salut" - do I read the "T" letter

In the word "salut" you don't have to pronounce the "t" at the end.


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PostSubject: Re: French Words   22.10.08 8:27

Thank You Ice.Cream Very Happy I'm learning some french by myself for the beginning so I have some problems Wink

Thanks for Help Smile
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   22.10.08 15:40

disons nous nous prononçons silencE ,tomatE sans exagération .
Parapluie par exemple nous ne ne prononçons pas le E de fin comme pluie (plui ,par exemple ))

j'avoue que ce n'est pas facile d'expliquer .
We let us say are pronounced silencE, tomatE without exaggeration. Parapluie for example we not pronounce Pluie E of the end as (plui, for example)) I confess that it is not easy to explain.

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PostSubject: Re: French Words   23.10.08 7:36

Thank You Gislaine Smile

With your help I can better understand rules. Now I can imagine that "E" is pronounced with the same rule like in english "R" ( for us -polish people- because we are pronounced very hard each letter).

Thanks once again
Merci Wink
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   27.11.08 10:18

Hi I have questions...

Does this sentence below mean how much % I must pay ??
Taux de remboursement : 65%
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   29.11.08 16:03

Katherine, ''taux de remboursement'' doesn't mean how much money you must pay. Actually it's the opposite. It means that you will receive back 65% of the total amount of money. Hope my explanantion is clear for you Smile
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 13:34

Thank you so much Joanna Very Happy:D
Your explantation is very clear Very Happy:D

Thank you one again for help :Merci2:
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 13:57

Okay, I have a question. I'm going to Helsinki in January (can't wait!) and hopefully I'll have the opportunity to have my picture taken with Brian. But how do I ask him in French?
I would also like to tell him that to me he is always a champion. Can anyone help?
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 14:00

And another thing..probably really stupid, but does he pronounce his own first name in the French or the English way...or maybe something in between...?
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 14:11

Roosje wrote:
Okay, I have a question. I'm going to Helsinki in January (can't wait!) and hopefully I'll have the opportunity to have my picture taken with Brian. But how do I ask him in French?
I would also like to tell him that to me he is always a champion. Can anyone help?
welcome To the BJDG Roosje.
You have several way of approaching Brian, lol! I want to have a photo with you or would be possible me have a photo etc? You are a big champion..

Tu as plusieurs façon d'aborder Brian ,lol!

Je désire avoir une photo avec toi ou pourrais je avoir une photo etc ?

Tu es un grand champion ..


Joanna et Alex qu'en pensez vous ?

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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 14:14

Roosje wrote:
And another thing..probably really stupid, but does he pronounce his own first name in the French or the English way...or maybe something in between...?

I confess that I pronounce his forename English way.

J'avoue que je prononce son prénom façon anglaise .

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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 14:25

Me too...but at the TEB all the French people yelled "allez brian", with the second syllable of his name pronounced as the French word "en". So, I was wondering what he himself preferred. Thanks for answering my other questions as well...and thanks for the welcome of course! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 15:27

Roosje wrote:
Me too...but at the TEB all the French people yelled "allez brian", with the second syllable of his name pronounced as the French word "en". So, I was wondering what he himself preferred. Thanks for answering my other questions as well...and thanks for the welcome of course! Very Happy

Selon son livre il préfère brille-ANE enfin c'est comme ça que sa maman prononce son prénom. Moi je le prononce comme en anglais.

According to his book, he prefers "brille-ANE" or at least that's how his mother pronounces his first name. Me, I pronounce it the English way.
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 15:39

Hééééé ma Rachel de retour ,rebienvenue parmi nous .

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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 16:00

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Je désire avoir une photo avec toi ou pourrais je avoir une photo etc ?
good to know Very Happy if i remember well i've told something completely different to Isabelle Delobel in french Very Happy i hope it wasn't impolite Embarassed pale at least she understood me Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 16:20

Patricia ,il ya plusieurs phrases que tu peux dire ..

Une photo svp ,c'est direct ,lol mais polie .

Puis je avoir une photo avec toi ou vous ( j'avoue que je tutoie Brian , le privilège de l'âge tire la langue ,ça ne l'offusque pas ,lol) je ne tutoierai pas sa maman par contre ..

Patricia, him ya several sentences which you can say.. A photo svp, it is direct, lol but polished. Then me to have a photo with you or you (I confess that I am on familiar with Brian, with the privilege of age, this does not offend it, lol) I will not be on familiar with his mom on the contrary..

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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 16:23

MAMOUNA38 wrote:
Hééééé ma Rachel de retour ,rebienvenue parmi nous .

Merci, merci vraiment pour l'accueil chaleureux. Je ne sais pas si je peux venir souvent sur le forum mais je t'ai dit que j'y ferais un tour et me voilà ! héhéhé
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PostSubject: Re: French Words   30.11.08 16:26

In the hotel lobby at TEB I was briefly standing beside Mme Joubert & said "oh madam, comment ca va", I hope she didn't think I was being familiar - but my French deserted me totally & it was all I could find to say.....she did shake hands, so maybe she wasn't offended. Embarassed

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