Est-ce qu'il y a des francophones sur RealJock???

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    Jan 14, 2012 1:58 AM GMT
    Puisqu'il y a déjà un membre qui demande qui parle espagnol, j'ai pensé à moi aussi demander s'il y a des francophones sur le site icon_smile.gif

    que vous veniez de France, Belgique, Canada ou n'importe où que vous viviez si vous parlez français juste faites-moi signe icon_biggrin.gif

    I make a tentative of translation for those who don't speak french:

    I just read the topic of a member who was asking who in RealJock speaks spanish so I just want to know if someone here speaks french...it doesn't matter where they are from!


    Ruskach je sais qu'il parle français icon_smile.gif
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:03 AM GMT
    Would people of France even find French from Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Africa, and Louisiana acceptable?
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:07 AM GMT
    pocketnico saidWould people of France even find French from Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Africa, and Louisiana acceptable?


    yes, why not?

    as long as you speak french correctly it doesn't matter where you're from.
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:08 AM GMT
    Shinobi said
    pocketnico saidWould people of France even find French from Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Africa, and Louisiana acceptable?


    yes, why not?

    as long as you speak french correctly it doesn't matter where you're from.


    Just a joke. Although one of my friends who's now at a university in Montreal says there's a group of French students who prefer (for now) to speak English because they have a hard time with Quebec French, lol.
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:10 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle said
    pocketnico saidWould people of France even find French from Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Africa, and Louisiana acceptable?


    In a word...NO

    They don't.


    do you know at least people from France? I have several french friends and they just don't care that I'm not a native french...
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:11 AM GMT
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:12 AM GMT
    pocketnico said
    Shinobi said
    pocketnico saidWould people of France even find French from Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Africa, and Louisiana acceptable?


    yes, why not?

    as long as you speak french correctly it doesn't matter where you're from.


    Just a joke. Although one of my friends who's now at a university in Montreal says there's a group of French students who prefer (for now) to speak English because they have a hard time with Quebec French, lol.


    lol yes icon_razz.gif

    the french of the quebecers is very hard to understand at the beginning haha

    but I don't speak french like the quabecers...I speak french correctly.
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:13 AM GMT
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    thanks for your participation troll icon_smile.gif

    you are very accurate ;)
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:15 AM GMT
    bon il n'y a pas de francophones sur le site? someone from Quebec, from France, from Belgium???no???

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    Jan 14, 2012 2:16 AM GMT

    oui je peux parler francais icon_smile.gif..je suis d origine Haitien icon_smile.gif
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:17 AM GMT
    Anduru a de beaux cheveux!

    I always wanted to say that in French! : )
    Thanks OP!
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:18 AM GMT
    Ouais ici, je viens de Bordeaux dans le Sud Ouest de la France ;)

    @ OP: hahaha, j'avais pas lu ton message jusqu'au bout ;)
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:18 AM GMT
    Shinobi said
    pocketnico said
    Shinobi said
    pocketnico saidWould people of France even find French from Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Africa, and Louisiana acceptable?


    yes, why not?

    as long as you speak french correctly it doesn't matter where you're from.


    Just a joke. Although one of my friends who's now at a university in Montreal says there's a group of French students who prefer (for now) to speak English because they have a hard time with Quebec French, lol.


    lol yes icon_razz.gif

    the french of the quebecers is very hard to understand at the beginning haha

    but I don't speak french like the quabecers...I speak french correctly.


    Welllll, hate to burst your bubble, but technically Quebec Francais is the truest spoken french. It has never evolved from the original language the original France settlers brought with them icon_smile.gif Francais spoken in France has evolved like every other language to incorporate slang, new words etc. Quebecois are so anally fixated on preserving their culture they refuse to bring anything new into it, and the language has for the most part not changed icon_razz.gif
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:19 AM GMT
    Je parle peu le français...je parle anglais et espagnol, l'anglais c'est ma langue maternelle, l'espagnol c'est une langue seconde, le français écrit c'est facile comprendre parce que je parle espagnol. icon_smile.gif
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:20 AM GMT
    DarkSensation said
    oui je peux parler francais icon_smile.gif..je suis d origine Haitien icon_smile.gif


    haha c'est parfait icon_smile.gif

    enfin un francophone! yéééé icon_biggrin.gif

    et tu habites où? habites-tu au Canada? ah je vais aller voir ton profil à la place!
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:20 AM GMT
    kaoi said
    Shinobi said
    pocketnico said
    Shinobi said
    pocketnico saidWould people of France even find French from Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Africa, and Louisiana acceptable?


    yes, why not?

    as long as you speak french correctly it doesn't matter where you're from.


    Just a joke. Although one of my friends who's now at a university in Montreal says there's a group of French students who prefer (for now) to speak English because they have a hard time with Quebec French, lol.


    lol yes icon_razz.gif

    the french of the quebecers is very hard to understand at the beginning haha

    but I don't speak french like the quabecers...I speak french correctly.


    Welllll, hate to burst your bubble, but technically Quebec Francais is the truest spoken french. It has never evolved from the original language the original France settlers brought with them icon_smile.gif Francais spoken in France has evolved like every other language to incorporate slang, new words etc. Quebecois are so anally fixated on preserving their culture they refuse to bring anything new into it, and the language has for the most part not changed icon_razz.gif


    You can say that about most colonial languages. Many varieties of English in the US and Canada have preserved sounds and other features that British English has lost over the centuries. Same with Spanish in Latin America versus Spain. The mother languages of Europe changed more over time on their side than when their language was brought to the New World centuries ago.
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:22 AM GMT
    kaoi said
    Shinobi said
    pocketnico said
    Shinobi said
    pocketnico saidWould people of France even find French from Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Africa, and Louisiana acceptable?


    yes, why not?

    as long as you speak french correctly it doesn't matter where you're from.


    Just a joke. Although one of my friends who's now at a university in Montreal says there's a group of French students who prefer (for now) to speak English because they have a hard time with Quebec French, lol.


    lol yes icon_razz.gif

    the french of the quebecers is very hard to understand at the beginning haha

    but I don't speak french like the quabecers...I speak french correctly.


    Welllll, hate to burst your bubble, but technically Quebec Francais is the truest spoken french. It has never evolved from the original language the original France settlers brought with them icon_smile.gif Francais spoken in France has evolved like every other language to incorporate slang, new words etc. Quebecois are so anally fixated on preserving their culture they refuse to bring anything new into it, and the language has for the most part not changed icon_razz.gif




    SOOOOOOO false. I live in Montreal and trust me. Yes maybe some words are the "original, OLD" french but they make so many spelling mistakes and grammatical mistakes. Plus, the number of english words they include in their sentences does NOT make quebecois a truthful french language
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:22 AM GMT
    Stan904 saidJe parle peu le français...je parle anglais et espagnol, l'anglais c'est ma langue maternelle, l'espagnol c'est une langue seconde, le français écrit c'est facile comprendre parce que je parle espagnol.


    tu te débrouilles bien en tout cas!
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:22 AM GMT
    C'est vrai! Je sais quelque chose!

    Je suis etudiant francais. Classe debute a nouveau jeudi. Une annee de plus jusqu'a ce que je suis vraiment bilingue.

    Avec de la chance: P
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:24 AM GMT
    Oui, voila!
    J'ai grandi une Army-Brat américain en Europe et ont fréquenté des écoles internationales où le français était obligatoire.
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:24 AM GMT
    Ruskach saidOuais ici, je viens de Bordeaux dans le Sud Ouest de la France ;)

    @ OP: hahaha, j'avais pas lu ton message jusqu'au bout ;)


    mais tu habites à Montréal présentement, non?

    Je suis allé en France cet été et j'ai adoré! Je ne suis pas passé par Bordeaux, mais de ce que j'ai vu sur google image c'est vraiment beau icon_smile.gif
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:27 AM GMT
    Shinobi said
    Ruskach saidOuais ici, je viens de Bordeaux dans le Sud Ouest de la France ;)

    @ OP: hahaha, j'avais pas lu ton message jusqu'au bout ;)


    mais tu habites à Montréal présentement, non?

    Je suis allé en France cet été et j'ai adoré! Je ne suis pas passé par Bordeaux, mais de ce que j'ai vu sur google image c'est vraiment beau icon_smile.gif


    Ouais voila c'est là où j'étudie. t'as aimé la france? haha c'est un beau pays en effet mais la mentalité des gens reste un aspect négatif de la société...
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:29 AM GMT
    je suis la classe de Francais 105. Je parle un peu de francais. icon_redface.gif
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:31 AM GMT
    darius30 saidAnduru a de beaux cheveux!

    I always wanted to say that in French! : )
    Thanks OP!
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    Jan 14, 2012 2:32 AM GMT
    Ruskach said
    kaoi said
    Shinobi said
    pocketnico said
    Shinobi said
    pocketnico saidWould people of France even find French from Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Africa, and Louisiana acceptable?


    yes, why not?

    as long as you speak french correctly it doesn't matter where you're from.


    Just a joke. Although one of my friends who's now at a university in Montreal says there's a group of French students who prefer (for now) to speak English because they have a hard time with Quebec French, lol.


    lol yes icon_razz.gif

    the french of the quebecers is very hard to understand at the beginning haha

    but I don't speak french like the quabecers...I speak french correctly.


    Welllll, hate to burst your bubble, but technically Quebec Francais is the truest spoken french. It has never evolved from the original language the original France settlers brought with them icon_smile.gif Francais spoken in France has evolved like every other language to incorporate slang, new words etc. Quebecois are so anally fixated on preserving their culture they refuse to bring anything new into it, and the language has for the most part not changed icon_razz.gif


    SOOOOOOO false. I live in Montreal and trust me. Yes maybe some words are the "original, OLD" french but they make so many spelling mistakes and grammatical mistakes. Plus, the number of english words they include in their sentences does NOT make quebecois a truthful french language


    yes it's true that quebecers do a lot of spelling and grammatical mistakes but what Kaoi is telling is not totally wrong

    Quebec has been a very closeted society for very longtime...particularly because of the church and after the conquest....


    spelling mistakes I think you already heard that " il neiiiige" I put a lot of "i" because they really spell that this way haha

    t'as surment déjà entendu les jurons typiquement québécois comme TABARNAK, COLISS et puis ESTI hahaha icon_razz.gif