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    (Original post by je_suis_max)
    Salut, c'est ma première poste sur The Student Room. Je m'appelle Max et je suis lycéenne. Je suis anglaise mais je parle français. Alors, je cherche ceux qui le parlent aussi. On peut me poser des questions à condition qu'elles soient appropriées.
    Bonjour Max! Je suis Rex et comme toi, je suis un lycéen anglais qui parle le français aussi. Je l'étudie pour A Level et je l'aime, mais je trouve l'espagnol (que j'étude également) plus facile! Aussi le subjonctif en français est trop bizarre, en espagnol il y a des raisons pourquoi on l'utilise mais en français c'est un peu arbitraire
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    De ce que j'ai lu, oui, c'est bien! Le français est une langue difficile, c'est aussi ce que pensent les français quand ils apprennent l'anglais alors bon courage et continue comme ça!
    Merci BCP. Si je fais des erreurs, corrige-moi STP.
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    (Original post by Rex Onocrotalus)
    Bonjour Max! Je suis Rex et comme toi, je suis un lycéen anglais qui parle le français aussi. Je l'étudie pour A Level et je l'aime, mais je trouve l'espagnol (que j'étude également) plus facile! Aussi le subjonctif en français est trop bizarre, en espagnol il y a des raisons pourquoi on l'utilise mais en français c'est un peu arbitraire
    Salut Rex. Je trouve le subjonctif un peu bizarre aussi mais si on l'utilise souvent, c'est pas très difficile.
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    (Original post by je_suis_max)
    Je suis d'accord avec toi. Le français n'est pas une langue facile mais je trouve que tu te débrouilles très bien !
    Ah merci! J'espère le parle couramment un jour . Est-ce que tu vas à l'université l'année prochaine?
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    Ah merci! J'espère le parle couramment un jour . Est-ce que tu vas à l'université l'année prochaine?
    Moi aussi. Non, en 2019 j'espère.
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    Hi everyone !
    I have been informed by the Student Room that in order for this thread to remain up, I need to provide English translations, so although I have already specified that any questions you ask here in French should be clean, this holds even more importance as the translations need to be accurate.
    Merci à tous !
    Max
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    (Original post by je_suis_max)
    Hi everyone !
    I have been informed by the Student Room that in order for this thread to remain up, I need to provide English translations, so although I have already specified that any questions you ask here in French should be clean, this holds even more importance as the translations need to be accurate.
    Merci à tous !
    Max
    #tsr turning into the english room xD


    chomage that's pretty much the only complicated french word i know and branler? or something like that :P
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    (Original post by will'o'wisp2)
    #tsr turning into the english room xD


    chomage that's pretty much the only complicated french word i know and branler? or something like that :P
    I know right, but unfortunately, I don't think I can alter the Community Guidelines.

    Chômage means unemployment and branler can mean to be wobbly, but it has several inappropriate meanings I'd rather not mention here.
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    (Original post by je_suis_max)
    I know right, but unfortunately, I don't think I can alter the Community Guidelines.

    Chômage means unemployment and branler can mean to wobble but it has several inappropriate meanings I'd rather not mention here.


    i wonder what ti means :P
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    (Original post by will'o'wisp2)



    i wonder what ti means :P
    Lol, a dictionary based site called WordReference may reveal the answer or in this case, answers.
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    (Original post by je_suis_max)
    Lol, a dictionary based site called WordReference may reveal the answer or in this case, answers.
    https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachmen...23/unknown.png

    xD
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    I don't click on attachments I don't recognise or from people I don't know.
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    [QUOTE = I_are_max; 74564760] I know right, but unfortunately, I do not think I can alter the Community Guidelines.

    Unemployment means it can be wobbly, but it has not been mentioned here. [/ QUOTE]

    ^ it's this which has been translated by google translate on this page
    [QUOTE = je_s_max; 74565210] I do not click on attachments I do not recognize or from people I do not know. [/ QUOTE]
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    (Original post by will'o'wisp2)
    [QUOTE = I_are_max; 74564760] I know right, but unfortunately, I do not think I can alter the Community Guidelines.

    Unemployment means it can be wobbly, but it has not been mentioned here. [/ QUOTE]

    ^ it's this which has been translated by google translate on this page
    [QUOTE = je_s_max; 74565210] I do not click on attachments I do not recognize or from people I do not know. [/ QUOTE]
    Whoops I was editing and kind of messed up lol:

    Chômage = unemployment
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    (Original post by je_suis_max)
    Hi everyone !
    I have been informed by the Student Room that in order for this thread to remain up, I need to provide English translations, so although I have already specified that any questions you ask here in French should be clean, this holds even more importance as the translations need to be accurate.
    Merci à tous !
    Max
    Bonjour Max !

    Désolé pour la confusion mais... votre fil (comment dire « thread » en français ? « Fil », c'est ça ou pas ? :laugh:) est dans 'International Lounge', en fait. C'est à dire que vous pouvez utiliser français sans fournir une traduction en accordance avec les règles locales ici : https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=3498137

    S'il vous plaît ne vous inquiétez pas ! Les traductions ne sont pas nécessaire du tout

    (I don't know who told you this, but you are absolutely welcome and encouraged to speak French. There is no need to provide any translations in International Lounge). I study French, would be happy to chat!

    Merci !
 
 
 
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