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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    Ik heb deze TSR app al lang niet meer gebruikt!!!


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    De app is maar rotzooi, ik moet het website gebruiken
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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    Wie alt bist du?


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    Aha ich bin 14 Jahre alt...und Sie?
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    (Original post by Marii101)
    ‘就用’ 和 ‘还得教’ 意思什么?怎么用呢?
    当然我会教你法语。可 你以前学过什么?


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    用=use, in Chinese you don't converse in a language, but rather you use a language to converse.

    就 has many different meanings, but here it is used for emphasis, and translates sort of like let's.

    还(是) in statements it usually means still

    得 means have to/must in this context. Note that when it is used like this it is pronounced dei3 rather its usual pronunciation of de2.

    Also, it should be 什么意思,rather than 意思什么.

    我在学校学西班牙语的 小时候也学过法语,不 后来觉得太难就沒继续 学下去了。

    OK I really have to sleep, it's 5:30 am right now. Good luck to all you A Level people!
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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    Ahah shhhh ne vous inquietez pas


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    Si vous le dites.... Hier vous avez dit que vous commencerez vos GCSE de français cette année mais notre conversations précédent me rendent sentir que vous êtes plus âgé que moi. N'est ce pas???

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    Bon 'Molly' est la version anglais pour 'Mary' et 'Mallaidh' est la version irlandais, c'est à peu près de la même
    Vraiment? Je ne savais pas....on en apprend tous les jours.
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    (Original post by AquisM)
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    用=use, in Chinese you don't converse in a language, but rather you use a language to converse.

    就 has many different meanings, but here it is used for emphasis, and translates sort of like let's.

    还(是) in statements it usually means still

    得 means have to/must in this context. Note that when it is used like this it is pronounced dei3 rather its usual pronunciation of de2.

    Also, it should be 什么意思,rather than 意思什么.

    我在学校学西班牙语的 小时候也学过法语,不 后来觉得太难就沒继续 学下去了。

    OK I really have to sleep, it's 5:30 am right now. Good luck to all you A Level people!
    好的,谢谢你。晚安!
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    (Original post by constantmeowage)
    De app is maar rotzooi, ik moet het website gebruiken
    Wow jij weet meer dan ik! Jij kan tussen "de" en "het" woorden onderscheiden! Ik gebruik "de" voor bijna alle woorden! lol
    Ja, het website is inderdaad veel beter, maar het is niet echt geschikt voor een iPod! En ik heb geen zin om mijn laptop te starten!!


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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    Aha ich bin 14 Jahre alt...und Sie?
    "Sie" indeed!! Ich bin achtzehn!




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    (Original post by Marii101)
    Si vous le dites.... Hier vous avez dit que vous commencerez vos GCSE de français cette année mais notre conversations précédent me rendent sentir que vous êtes plus âgé que moi. N'est ce pas???



    Vraiment? Je ne savais pas....on en apprend tous les jours.
    Oww je suis desole....j'ai quartoze ans, je commpremds que vous etes aussi?
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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    "Sie" indeed!! Ich bin achtzehn!




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    Seeee......ich bin hölflich
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    (Original post by Marii101)
    Vraiment? Je ne savais pas....on en apprend tous les jours.
    Ouai est-ce que tu attends pour des notes?


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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    Seeee......ich bin hölflich
    Oooh "hölflich" ich habe keine Idee, was das Wort bedeutet, also werde ich das sofort rausfinden...ein Moment bitte


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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    Oooh "hölflich" ich habe keine Idee, was das Wort bedeutet, also werde ich das sofort rausfinden...ein Moment bitte


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    ****Höflich. Sorry...i think it means polite :P but my german isnt as good as my french so it could mean anything
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    Huh Google Translate gab mir keine Überstetzung dafür, weisst du sicher, dass du "hölflich" richtig buchstabiert hast?


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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    ****Höflich. Sorry...i think it means polite :P but my german isnt as good as my french so it could mean anything
    Ahhh well looks like you've just taught me a new word ^^
    Funnily enough, I already knew that "unhöflich" means "rude"
    Hmmmmm


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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    Ahhh well looks like you've just taught me a new word ^^
    Funnily enough, I already knew that "unhöflich" means "rude"
    Hmmmmm


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    Sie erhalten ihre ''A level's'' morgen?
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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    Sie erhalten ihre ''A level's'' morgen?
    Du fragst mich, ob ich morgen mein "A-levels" bekommen soll? Nein! Ich habe dieses Jahr gar nichts gemacht!
    Aber letztes Jahr bekam ich meine Abitür Niederländisch (A-level Dutch) ^^


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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    Oww je suis desole....j'ai quartoze ans, je commpremds que vous etes aussi?
    Ouais, donc nous pourrons utiliser 'tu'. Ok?

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    Ouai est-ce que tu attends pour des notes?


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    Oui, j'attends pour les résultats du Core Science et de les résultats du English Digital Communications CA. Je comprends que tu as fini tes GCSES, n'est ce pas?
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    (Original post by AquisM)
    What language are you asking about?


    - I is always capitalised
    - The first word of a sentence is always capitalised.
    - All proper nouns (names, places, buildings etc.) are always capitalised


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    (Original post by 21stcenturyphantom)
    I only have a basic grasp of the grammar of Spanish. I've mainly been doing a lot of listening lately so grammar isn't my strong point. The first foreign language I came into contact with was German at school (we couldn't choose). I studied it for 5 years but I hardly learnt anything because firstly; I was a very naughty student back then and secondly; the classes were boring. I felt no connection with the language. I tried teaching myself some French a few years ago and again last year, but it just doesn't seem to stick in my mind. My pronunciation isn't too bad, I just remember loathing all the irregular verbs which seem to share no common stem, the nasal sounds were hard to detect in the audio and the fact that French flourishes many words with many accents and then declines to not pronounce them annoyed me.

    I guess I won't be learning French for a long time.
    I get what you mean about silent letters: only the French could add "-aient" to the end of a verb and pronounce all five letters with the single sound "-ay"!!


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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    Sie erhalten ihre ''A level's'' morgen?
    He's enjoying this year's results days vicariously.
 
 
 
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