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Eathray

Joined: 06 Sep 2009
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PostPosted: Sat 02 Nov 2013, 19:49    Post subject:  

Mike,

Haha!

Pretty close but 'de la' makes it 'in the' French, and it should be 'le' but ya know... this has got to be one of the biggest challenges in foreign language... French is seriously tough.

Eathray
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mikeb


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PostPosted: Sun 03 Nov 2013, 08:25    Post subject:  

hmm think its the .beaucoup de. meaning .lots of. so beaucoup de francais but I picked up lots of slang french living there so never 100% sure of such things.

pas de probleme

mike

ps I stand by my ontopicness as french lessons are mentioned
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Eathray

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PostPosted: Sun 03 Nov 2013, 14:29    Post subject:  

Hey mike,

If you lived there, you're likely ahead of us... French is tough to start with and there's a lot of nuances like common vs formal, male vs female nouns, la vs le vs l... etc.

we've done 3 years of 'children's French' but this is French 1 and it's a big step up from the previous classes as far as the difficulty level. Give us the year and we'll take it up again.

Laughing

Eathray

NOTE:
I have to bow to Mike's superior skills among the Frenchies...
Our most recent lesson supports 'de la' as acceptable even though the noun 'Francias' is passive (an adjectival noun) the actual subject of the sentence being 'speech' or 'talk' (parler)... as in... What kind of speech? French speech. Doesn't seem right to identify the noun this way when it's acting as an adjective too...

But hey, We're French newbies!


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