Any French speakers here on ADISC?

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Hey I was just curious as to whether there were any French speakers here on the forum. I haven't really spoken or written more than a couple phrases since I graduated and I was wondering whether anyone wanted to converse a little so I could practice.

Alors, parlez-vous Francais, ADISC?
 

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Je le parle aussi! Je peux vous parler si vous voulez, mais j'ai oublié beacoup aussi.
 

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Je parle avec mlaplage souvent donc si tu veux on peut parler ensemble aussi. :) Je n'ai oublié pas le français parce que je l'utilise quotidienne :)

D'où viens-tu, si je peux le demander?
 

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I'm a native French speaker, so I'd hope I speak it :p
 

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Je parle un peu francais aussi.
I am not a native speaker, I merely like the language. I'm not great, I need more personal practice, but I do speak it, that I do. Even though I make a few mistakes : P
 

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Genial!

Je regrette que je suis en retard avec ma réponse, mais je suis tres content que j'ai 'découvrir' (Vie de merde, qu'est ce que vous dire 'découvrir' en le passé composé?) un peu des francophones.

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Oui, je le parle! Je voudrais parler avec toi :)

Fantastique!

Combien ans vous parler le francais?

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Je le parle aussi! Je peux vous parler si vous voulez, mais j'ai oublié beacoup aussi.

Alors, nous nous souviendrons d'ensemble! La langue doit être pratiqué si on veux sais la langue. Pour moi, c'est pres d'impossible quand je parler le Francais, mais ecrire le Francais est difficile aussi car je rarement l'utilise.

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Je parle avec mlaplage souvent donc si tu veux on peut parler ensemble aussi. :) Je n'ai oublié pas le français parce que je l'utilise quotidienne :)

D'où viens-tu, si je peux le demander?

Qu'est ce que vous dire le mot 'quotidienne' en anglais? C'est familier, mais je ne le sais pas.

Et pas de problem pour me demander où j'habite. Chez-moi est situé en la vallée centrale de Californie en Les Etats-Unis. La ville est celebré pour la vin du la région. Il y a beaucoup des raisins en la campagne pres la ville. Nous avons un festival des raisins aussi.

Et toi? D'où viens-tu?

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I'm a native French speaker, so I'd hope I speak it :p

j'aime le fait que tu le dis en anglais.

lol

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Je parle un peu francais aussi.
I am not a native speaker, I merely like the language. I'm not great, I need more personal practice, but I do speak it, that I do. Even though I make a few mistakes : P

You are in good company, have no worries. My French is far from perfect, which is why I was asking in this thread. I need a lot of practice! lol
 

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Et pas de problem pour me demander où j'habite. Chez-moi est situé en la vallée centrale de Californie en Les Etats-Unis. La ville est celebré pour la vin du la région. Il y a beaucoup des raisins en la campagne pres la ville. Nous avons un festival des raisins aussi.

Es-tu de Lodi, si je peux demander?
 

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a bit, but not Parisienne (to the annoyance of those who learned French in school :biggrin:).

i've probably forgotten most of of it, through having no need for it, although it did come in handy on the odd occasion that i had to deal with French drivers, which once gave me a funny moment when a French driver who had been over here for weeks, not speaking a word of English but having been bathed in it, momentarily forgot his own language.
 

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a bit, but not Parisienne (to the annoyance of those who learned French in school :biggrin:).

i've probably forgotten most of of it, through having no need for it, although it did come in handy on the odd occasion that i had to deal with French drivers, which once gave me a funny moment when a French driver who had been over here for weeks, not speaking a word of English but having been bathed in it, momentarily forgot his own language.

If not Parisienne, then what would you consider the type of French you learned? Quebecois? Are there any other types of French or does it all come down to accents, idioms and expressions?

And that's funny about the French driver. I would imagine he spent all that time rewiring his brain to try and understand English so that when you threw the French on him you just totally reverted all his efforts lol
 
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