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    Ti ddim yn gallu me confondre
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    (Original post by constantmeowage)
    Ti ddim yn gallu me confure
    Ond tu lui/le (Can never remember) as confuré (assumed confurer = to confuse
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Ond tu lui/le (Can never remember) as confuré (assumed confurer = to confuse
    -.- you didn't quote my edited message -.- no, I made the mistake with the false friends, it's confondre you want for confuse
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    (Original post by constantmeowage)
    Ti ddim yn gallu me confondre
    Ond tu lui as confondu
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    J'aime l'idee, j'espere que je peut ameliorer ma francais, allemand et Russie parce que je vais les etudier pour les A-Levels et Gcse cette anee. Excusez ma francais haha
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    (Original post by JamesJones777)
    J'aime l'idee, j'espere que je peut ameliorer ma francais, allemand et Russie parce que je vais les etudier pour les A-Levels et Gcse cette anee. Excusez ma francais haha
    Ton* français n'est pas mal mais... Il y a des erreurs mais il n'y a rien trop mal :ahee:

    Malheureusement je ne sais pas beaucoup de russie ou allemand... Mais "thatittoo" pourra t'aider avec leur :yep:
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    Merci haha, Je n'ai qu'une gcse en français *so je trouve il est difficile, parlez vous gallois? Vous etes gallois?
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    (Original post by JamesJones777)
    Merci haha, Je n'ai qu'une gcse en français *so je trouve il est difficile, parlez vous gallois? Vous etes gallois?
    Oui, je parle un peu de galloise... Mais ce n'est pas bien! Je suis né à Cardiff, alors.. Je suis gallois

    Aah, quick lesson!

    When you mention something in the previous sentence, to say "it" you put le/les before the verb and make the verb agree.

    Eg J'aime les livres, je les aime(s) parce qu'ils me transportent dans un autre monde.

    Je déteste le foot, mon ami ne l'aime pas aussi, parce que nous pensons que c'est ennuyeux.

    Get it?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Oui, je parle un peu de galloise... Mais ce n'est pas bien! Je suis né à Cardiff, alors.. Je suis gallois
    ¿Es obligatorio aprender el galés en Gales? ¿Se usa mucho el galés allí en la vida diaria?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Aah, that sounds better tbf, there are like 4 guys..


    I don't know whether to ask about doing Spanish instead of Geography... What do you guys think?
    Do Spanish. To quote my history teacher, "geography is just colouring in", whereas "Spanish is a beautiful language".


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Wouldn't you understand it?

    Learn how to say "can you speak slowly, please"
    Parles-tu le français québécois couramment?
    http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fran%C3%A7ais_canadien
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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    Not needing Biology...an essential for the most competitive course...at the most competitive uni!!!

    Do you actually want to study medicine...or do you like having the option? ^^

    The Source Ronove has some new information =L
    Oh, I remember being told that by a hopeful doctor who did maths in my class, and was doing Chemistry and Physics too. He told me that he needed two sciences and Maths, but Chemistry was required, so he'd picked Physics over Biology.

    At the time I was astounded, but after a while it made sense. (By the time I was half-way through the A-level!) There isn't that much relevant to human medicine in an A-level Biology biology syllabus, IIRC, and anything there that is (kidney structure, mechanisms of disease transmission, etc) , is going to be covered in far more detail!

    A medical degree isn't designed to build upon A-level biology, like a Biology degree might be. I suppose it might even be better to have students who have a A-standard of Chemistry to build on, and don't have any A-level Biology simplifications/misconceptions to unlearn.
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    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
    Oh, I remember being told that by a hopeful doctor who did maths in my class, and was doing Chemistry and Physics too. He told me that he needed two sciences and Maths, but Chemistry was required, so he'd picked Physics over Biology.

    At the time I was astounded, but after a while it made sense. (By the time I was half-way through the A-level!) There isn't that much relevant to human medicine in an A-level Biology biology syllabus, IIRC, and anything there that is (kidney structure, mechanisms of disease transmission, etc) , is going to be covered in far more detail!

    A medical degree isn't designed to build upon A-level biology, like a Biology degree might be. I suppose it might even be better to have students who have a A-standard of Chemistry to build on, and don't have any A-level Biology simplifications/misconceptions to unlearn.
    That made a lot of sense!
    Wieder etwas Neues gelernt
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    (Original post by tess_rach)
    Do Spanish. To quote my history teacher, "geography is just colouring in", whereas "Spanish is a beautiful language".


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    ¡Tu profesor(a) tiene mucha razón! Me gustaba la geografía y mi profesora trató de convencerme a estudiarla para GCSE, pero al fin escogí el español.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Oui, je parle un peu de galloise... Mais ce n'est pas bien! Je suis né à Cardiff, alors.. Je suis gallois

    Aah, quick lesson!

    When you mention something in the previous sentence, to say "it" you put le/les before the verb and make the verb agree.

    Eg J'aime les livres, je les aime(s) parce qu'ils me transportent dans un autre monde.

    Je déteste le foot, mon ami ne l'aime pas aussi, parce que nous pensons que c'est ennuyeux.

    Get it?
    Welsh is gallois (masculine) in French.

    And you never put an s at the end of " je les aime ". There would be one if it was " tu les aimes " (la deuxième personne du singulier au présent prend toujours un s avec les verbes du premier groupe. La première, jamais.) or something like " je les ai aimés " (qu'est-ce que tu as aimé? Les livres. Avec un temps composé, on accorde le verbe à l'objet.)

    If you want to say " I hate soccer, my friend doesn't like it either. " then you should say " je déteste le foot. Mon ami n'aime pas ça non plus. " (either is non plus in French). You can't really say " il ne l'aime pas " to talk about soccer because that's a structure we use to talk about people.




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    (Original post by AquisM)
    ¿Es obligatorio aprender el galés en Gales? ¿Se usa mucho el galés allí en la vida diaria?
    Si, los estudiantes tienen que aprender el galés en *school*. Ningunos utilizan aquí... Pero la madre de mi amigo habla galés *fluently* porque ella *teaches* en el *school* de galés.

    (Original post by tess_rach)
    Do Spanish. To quote my history teacher, "geography is just colouring in", whereas "Spanish is a beautiful language".


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    That's just making me want to do geography more... I need an easy one anyway.
    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
    Parles-tu le français québécois couramment?
    http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fran%C3%A7ais_canadien
    I can't even speak European French properly
    (Original post by Bambirina)
    Welsh is gallois (masculine) in French.

    And you never put an s at the end of " je les aime ". There would be one if it was " tu les aimes " (la deuxième personne du singulier au présent prend toujours un s avec les verbes du premier groupe. La première, jamais.) or something like " je les ai aimés " (qu'est-ce que tu as aimé? Les livres. Avec un temps composé, on accorde le verbe à l'objet.)

    If you want to say " I hate soccer, my friend doesn't like it either. " then you should say " je déteste le foot. Mon ami n'aime pas ça non plus. " (either is non plus in French). You can't really say " il ne l'aime pas " to talk about soccer because that's a structure we use to talk about people.




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    Aah... Okay! I read up again on it afterwards and it makes sense
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    (Original post by AquisM)
    ¡Tu profesor(a) tiene mucha razón! Me gustaba la geografía y mi profesora trató de convencerme a estudiarla para GCSE, pero al fin escogí el español.
    Nunca fui a hacer la geografía porque cuando era en el año nueve, tenía un profesor muy inútil y ¡*it put me off* la geografía por la vida! Y mi profesor de historia es muy simpático y pienso que enseñaré el año que viene también Además, él ha decidido(?) a aprender el español


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Si, los estudiantes tienen que aprender el galés en *school*. Ningunos utilizan aquí... Pero la madre de mi amigo habla galés *fluently* porque ella *teaches* en el *school* de galés.
    "Si, los estudiantes tienen que aprender el galés *al colegio*. Ningunos utilizan aquí... Pero le madre de mi amigo habla el galés *con fluidez* porque ella *enseña* en *un colegio* de galés."



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    (Original post by tess_rach)
    "Si, los estudiantes tienen que aprender el galés *al colegio*. Ningunos utilizan aquí... Pero le madre de mi amigo habla el galés *con fluidez* porque ella *enseña* en *un colegio* de galés."



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    Thanks

    Why is Madre 'le'?
 
 
 
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