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我suis nooooooooob

Discussion in 'Introduction' started by badm addict, May 18, 2005.

  1. badm addict

    badm addict Regular Member

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    Ello one nd all. I am new to "forums" so if i say stupid things...plze b merciful. :D
    Ive only been playing 4 aboooot 2yrs so there is still plenty 2 learn froom every1!!!!!
     
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    I like the thread title, so multicultural lol
     
  3. Trance

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    He's probably a Chinese french-immersion badminton player. I got lots of those in my school :p
     
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    lol.....um no. i am very nooob at french. (nd badm xD)
     
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    Well in Canada we're all forced to learn french till grade 10... So.... :rolleyes:
     
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    I remember playing in a few francophone tournaments in ottawa... one of the few times i've used French outside the classroom.
     
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    i wish they would offer canto/mando instead of french. hehe. i might actually pass.:D o well...i can dream
     
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    Im forced to learn till gr. 12 nd...yea.....grrr
     
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    You guys are lucky, you know French. I'm getting killed in my French class over here. :crying:
     
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    I'm done french yay... I started hating french after gr 5 :p

    I wish Chinese schools didn't teach only cantonese and mandarin... what about us Toisan ppl? It's so hard for me to learn cantonese or mandarin because it's not my native dialect.
     
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    Well, the French language is quite lovely, if I might add, most especially when their Parisien accent engulfs their English. Simply find woman who speaks that way to be quite... how to say... attractive and cultured.

    "Vhat ees eet zhat vhrings zou zoo zis part of zer world, chèrie?".

    I wonder if my generalisation of French ladies as Julie Delpy's 1996 character Celine in 'Before Sunrise' is a tad too simplistic. She is so... cultured... :)

    Took French as an elective at the university, regretted not finishing up to level 3 and 4! :mad::(
     
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    I didn't know all Canadians learn french at school!? Is there a reason for that? :confused:

    wilfredlgf, I personally don't like parisien accent (nor girls with that accent ;) ), find it stressing :p
     
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    One province in canada, Quebec.... Is a french speaking province :rolleyes:

    So I guess that's why we have to know french in Canada.

    I'll rather go to war than learning french though :p
     
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    yea. we hafta learn french (as mentioned b4) cuz since quebec is french speaking, that makes canada'z official language(s) english nd french. blah blah blah this nd blah blah blah that.....here we r in french class learning how to conjugate verbz etc etc etc. UGG! i dont actually learn anything.....so wat a waste of time.......i could b playing badminton in gym class.....:(
     
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    I like French, I just hate ALL my french teachers.
     
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    I hate french alot... Mainly because..

    I don't like how Canada treat french (the language) so important.
    Moreover, I don't like when my teachers expect to know as much as she wants me to know.

    I mean, it's a totally new language. Not to mention I don't like it.

    Yet they expect me to know wtf they're saying when they talk to me in french:mad::mad:
     

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