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Re: Help with Chinese
« Reply #60 on: May 27 08 08:00 »
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Re: Help with Chinese
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Re: Help with Chinese
« Reply #62 on: May 27 08 08:10 »
 Michel wrote:
 They might be ok for dry subjects, with no sensibilities in it. Business transaction and administrative purpose for example, but for the rest, it can brings lots of confusion. I have used those in English, Frecnh, Mandarin and Spanish, and it's just silly what you'll get. You even get sometine the total opposite of what you wrote.  

OK does anyone else find it funny that Michel mispelled "french"
you\re right Michel i just use it to get the jist of the note - i wouldn't use it for anything technical or official
 
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Re: Help with Chinese
« Reply #64 on: May 27 08 08:28 »
 Michel wrote:
lol well it should be called franηais my friend. I defy you to write English in French, you lazy anglo-saxon speaker.  

Anglais

i didn't even look it up    
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Re: Help with Chinese
« Reply #66 on: May 27 08 08:35 »
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Wow thanks the FLQ and the PQ, I knew these guy would be usefull one day ah ah ! A Canadian knows how to spell his language in French. You sure are a distinct society from the American and the British thanks to that  

perhaps i should separate - wait a minute I'm in vietnam  - i think i did separate.
two kids in french immersion helps a bit
 
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Re: Help with Chinese
« Reply #68 on: May 27 08 08:39 »
Spanrench    
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Re: Help with Chinese
« Reply #69 on: May 27 08 08:50 »
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huh?

 
 
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« Reply #70 on: May 27 08 09:02 »
That's what I speak when i take a Spanish or French class. I'll count to 10 1-5 in Spanish 6-10 in French. I screwed up learning those languages because I took Spanish first then switched schools, Spanish was full, so they put me in French for 2 years. Then I went back to Spanish a couple years later.    
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Re: Help with Chinese
« Reply #72 on: May 27 08 09:18 »
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« Reply #73 on: May 27 08 10:11 »
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« Reply #74 on: May 27 08 11:02 »
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