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Old 06-30-2006, 03:47 PM   #15
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Richard:
La prochaine fois que tu voudras traduire quelque chose fais moi signe. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>Richard, Merci!

I used to live in St Hubert (Longueil) on Dollard Street off of the Cure Poirier.

My French Canadian isn't what it used to be. There are much better translators than the one I'm using. I thought that I would just give it a try.

My thought is to get some French speaking people to use the board here and feel welcome.
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Etiez-vous Canadien au temps que vous avez habité ici DriVer?
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Tandis que je suis ni français ou bilingue, je trouve ce translater, le meilleur le pain coupé en tranches de chose par sence. J'encourage des Canadiens plus français Ã* devenir impliqué dans cet emplacement. Je ferai mon meilleur pour continuer. Tandis que je suis trop vieux pour apprendre beaucoup, avec l'aide de chacun ici, ce sera très éducatif Ã* moi.
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Did my French scare ya all off..........LOL .
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Brad, as Jack said, translator services don't cut it. Too much gets missed.

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Brad, as Jack said, translator services don't cut it. Too much gets missed </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Quit correct LK, but with my very limited knowledge of the French language, translator services do me real proud.
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Best have it checked then. If Jack or Road are around.............?

Mon francais est tres pauvre.

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For the info you guys were trying to relay, using an electronic translator, it was very good.

I do appreciate the effort and had no problem re-translating in my mind what the translator was saying.

Merci bequcoup Messieurs (Driver, Kopit and the rest).

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Hello Yves, while I'm in no way fluent in French, I'm still not too old to learn. Many others here can speak and read French... I will have to rely on electronic translators for much needed help.
We look forward to hearing from more of our French Canadian friends and neighbours...
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As strange as it seems, I cannot speak french. I can understand very little when spoken too, but I can read a bit and understand what is being said...actually I can do spanish too......ie: You want me to do WHAT?
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I learned some Spanish years ago too,watching 'Chico and the Man'...its no my yob man...
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French=Very easy

Just add "le" and "la" in front of the noun :-

Just joking people. If you do need a hand looking over a short doc, it will be my pleasure
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