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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    If i walk into a bakery and said that , What is wrong with the sentence above?
    There's nothing too wrong about it, but it's spelt "voudrais".

    The baker will just stand there for a few seconds and ask "Qu'est-ce que vous voudrez?"
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    If i walk into a bakery and said that , What is wrong with the sentence above?
    if you don't want a gifle you could ask ....

    "Bonjour, je voudrais une politesse... "

    This is a sweet cake rather like a brioche, but made with unsalted butter.

    The name Politesse means a curtsy... the edges of the cake rise up like a dress.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    if you don't want a gifle you could ask ....

    "Bonjour, je voudrais une politesse... "

    This is a sweet cake rather like a brioche, but made with unsalted butter.

    The name Politesse means a curtsy... the edges of the cake rise up like a dress.
    I was just raising a hypothetical situation, dont get too excited.
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    I was just raising a hypothetical situation, dont get too excited.
    le sigh

    :pierre:
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    Just point and say oui. It never fails.

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    What's wrong with it (apart from the obvious voudrais error)? You forgot to say "B'jour mdme/monsieur."

    Toujours la politesse.
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    (Original post by scnotcrazy)
    si vous saviez comment le dire correctement, alors bien cependant votre grammaire est fauxj'aime les gâteaux
    I have prob spelt things wrong too hahah
    Pas de fautes d'orthographe en ce qui concerne le français, mais y'en a une en anglais spelled*
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    (Original post by DrSocSciences)
    What's wrong with it (apart from the obvious voudrais error)? You forgot to say "B'jour mdme/monsieur."

    Toujours la politesse.
    c exact. faut faire une bonne première impression
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    (Original post by the bear)
    this is a gifle:
    it is similar to a millefeuille but the cream is made with butter.
    gifle means slap :sly:
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    gifle means slap :sly:
    vraiment ? :flute:

    :pierre:
 
 
 
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