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    (Original post by gemma.....)
    C'est completement degoutant, je deteste les autres! :rolleyes: :cool:
    par exemple, Allemande est horrible: Ich bin..ich gehe.no je prefere francais car c'est belle! ummmm OK LOl
    Hmph. Deutsch ist eine sehr schöne Sprache! Nicht wie Französisch - eine schreckliche Sprache.
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    (Original post by gemma.....)
    J'adore cette societe! LOL
    Moi aussi, c'est genial de parler en francais - c'est amusant et aussi bien pour reussir dans les examens!!
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    (Original post by mongoose)
    Hmph. Deutsch ist eine sehr schöne Sprache! Nicht wie Französisch - eine schreckliche Sprache.
    Parlez-vous le Français?!? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    oui, pm moi et on discutera!
    Le subjonctif....well i am in Year 11 but i got taught them they are cool! LOL
    Subjunctives are when you want to say Before i go, or it is necessary that. It is similar to when the Queen speaks ! (only example i could use)
    For example:
    Avant que j'aille.....which means before i go
    Il faut que j'aille...it is necessary i go
    Avant que je fasse...before i do

    They are all i can think of seeing as i don't fo a level.
    I'm not sure when you would use them in the context of an exam....but i know they are like conditionals and i am not sure of how to make them. I think it is the present but some are irregular.

    Sorry if i have muddled you up!
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    (Original post by EmJ)
    Moi aussi, c'est genial de parler en francais - c'est amusant et aussi bien pour reussir dans les examens!!
    Oui je pense que le Français est une plus belle langue, et aussi c'est amusant! J'espère que j'ai l'ocassion de practique mon Français grace à la société
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    (Original post by gemma.....)
    Le subjonctif....well i am in Year 11 but i got taught them they are cool! LOL
    Subjunctives are when you want to say Before i go, or it is necessary that. It is similar to when the Queen speaks ! (only example i could use)
    For example:
    Avant que j'aille.....which means before i go
    Il faut que j'aille...it is necessary i go
    Avant que je fasse...before i do

    They are all i can think of seeing as i don't fo a level.
    I'm not sure when you would use them in the context of an exam....but i know they are like conditionals and i am not sure of how to make them. I think it is the present but some are irregular.

    Sorry if i have muddled you up!
    aye its a lot more far-reaching than that; you can use them after all sorts of conjuctions (aim, wish, superlatives, to name a few) and then theres imperfect subjunctive etc etc
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    aye its a lot more far-reaching than that; you can use them after all sorts of conjuctions (aim, wish, superlatives, to name a few) and then theres imperfect subjunctive etc etc
    There's 36 tenses in French :eek: Anyone know them all?
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    (Original post by gemma.....)
    Le subjonctif....well i am in Year 11 but i got taught them they are cool! LOL
    Subjunctives are when you want to say Before i go, or it is necessary that. It is similar to when the Queen speaks ! (only example i could use)
    For example:
    Avant que j'aille.....which means before i go
    Il faut que j'aille...it is necessary i go
    Avant que je fasse...before i do

    They are all i can think of seeing as i don't fo a level.
    I'm not sure when you would use them in the context of an exam....but i know they are like conditionals and i am not sure of how to make them. I think it is the present but some are irregular.

    Sorry if i have muddled you up!
    I threw a few into my speaking exam for gcse, i hope the examiner fools off their chair, as they are meant to get you high marks?LOl
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    (Original post by gemma.....)
    Sorry if i have muddled you up!
    Non, non, pas du tout! Merci pour ton aide!
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    (Original post by Pixelfairy #1)
    Parlez-vous le Français?!? :rolleyes:
    Naja...ich muss zugeben... leider (glücklicherweise!) 'non' - le Français habe ich in der Schule nicht bestanden! :weep: :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    aye its a lot more far-reaching than that; you can use them after all sorts of conjuctions (aim, wish, superlatives, to name a few) and then theres imperfect subjunctive etc etc
    Mon Dieu - good luck to me when i do a level french! I was trying to help a little, i know its hard...LOL
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    je suis faible a le francais

    (can't be bothered to put the accents in btw)
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    (Original post by Pixelfairy #1)
    There's 36 tenses in French :eek: Anyone know them all?
    hum.

    present
    perfect
    pluperfect
    imperfect
    conditional
    future
    conditional perfect
    past historic
    past anterior (i have no idea what these two are)

    what else :?!
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    (Original post by me!)
    je suis faible a le francais

    (can't be bothered to put the accents in btw)
    Accents: (All numbers on the number pad with NumLock on):

    à = ALT + 0224
    ç = ALT + 0231
    è = ALT + 0232
    é = ALT + 0233
    ê = ALT + 0234
    î = ALT + 0238

    or you can just copy and paste
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    je suis faible a le francais

    (can't be bothered to put the accents in btw)
    Would you like to join our society?
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    (Original post by Pixelfairy #1)
    Accents: (All numbers on the number pad with NumLock on):

    à = ALT + 0224
    ç = ALT + 0231
    è = ALT + 0232
    é = ALT + 0233
    ê = ALT + 0234
    î = ALT + 0238
    Thank you, I finally understand!!!
    éééééééééééééééé éééééééé *feels proud!!*
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    (Original post by EmJ)
    Thank you, I finally understand!!!
    éééééééééééééééé éééééééé *feels proud!!*
    hihi pas de problème
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    (Original post by EmJ)
    Would you like to join our society?
    Ok but I'm warning you French is the subject I'm worst at
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    (Original post by me!)

    Ok but I'm warning you French is the subject I'm worst at
    Never mind, we are a non-selective French society!
    I'll put you on the list!
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    Ok but I'm warning you French is the subject I'm worst at
    Je comprends ton Français!
 
 
 
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