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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    Moi aussi, je parle un peu de francais!
    Oui, un petite peu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSDs4Ever View Post
    Oui, un petite peu.
    Mon français est un peu rouillé
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    Moi aussi, je parle un peu de francais!
    Et est-ce que que vous vous parlez-vous semblez-vous parler tout a fait bien, pouvez je demander ou on t'a enseigne? Ma prononciation a m'a toujours laisse vers le bas dans le passe, bien que je parle assez bien pour duper certaines des personnes francaises!

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    In English: And what you speak you seem to speak quite well, may I ask where you learnt? My pronunciation has always let me down in the past, but I have been able to deceive a couple of French people!
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    Jeg taler kun dansk og engelsk...hvilket kan vaere lidt kedeligt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    This is a horrific part of our history, in saying that I would much rather celebrate a day to be Australian than dwell on the horrors dealt out in the past. I personally think that the best thing we can do on this day is celebrate what it is to be Australian in this day and age, not 222 years ago.

    I admit there are days where I cannot stand this country. I see no reason why any of the citizens of this country should be unable to speak English, and I do believe that speaking English should be a requirement of being a permanent resident here and for those visiting here on a work visa. I also see no reason for us to constantly bend over backwards and allow those of other nationalities tell us how to live our lives in our country.

    Please don't think that I am racist for a moment. As far as I am concerned I believe that everyone should embrace their heritage. I myself speak both French and Spanish in honor of my heritage, but I also speak and type clear, concise English. Why should we have no standards? Before moving permanently to France you must speak French, and the same is true of many countries.
    I have no issue with having an Australia day and celebrating, what I have an issue with is the day it is celebrated on..it's down right disrespectful to celebrate genocide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    Et est-ce que que vous vous parlez-vous semblez-vous parler tout a fait bien, pouvez je demander ou on t'a enseigne? Ma prononciation a m'a toujours laisse vers le bas dans le passe, bien que je parle assez bien pour duper certaines des personnes francaises!
    Oh merde! Donnez-moi un moment, s'il vous plait!

    *runs to find dictionary*

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitte View Post
    Mon français est un peu rouillé
    Lycée seulement ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    merde!
    I see you learned the swear words first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    Oh merde! Donnez-moi un moment, s'il vous plait!

    *runs to find dictionary*
    LOL I did translate for you! Sadly my keyboard doesn't have the additional punctuation for me to type it correctly. I could cheat and type it into one of those translator things but I really couldn't be bothered in all honesty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    In English: And what you speak you seem to speak quite well, may I ask where you learnt? My pronunciation has always let me down in the past, but I have been able to deceive a couple of French people!
    Alliance Francais.

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