French language

Monday 12/03/2007, 14:59

Is this right?
merci (thank you)
s'il vous plaît (please)
bonjour (literally "good day", means good morning/good afternoon)
bonsoir (good evening)
bonne nuit (good night)
au revoir (literally "see you again", means goodbye)
pardon (sorry)
excusez-moi (excuse me)

thx to everyone

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Friday 16/03/2007, 19:50

smiley ok artemis, if anybody needs help with messages in french feel free to contact me

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Wednesday 21/03/2007, 14:52

Thread bumped just contact Raven if u have any "french" questionssmiley

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Thursday 22/03/2007, 16:47

I'm french and if u want i can translate french message into english or inverse . Just send a pm.

I don't ask anything, so don't hesitate smiley

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Thursday 22/03/2007, 16:49

And i forget

"Hello" or "Hi" means "Salut" in french smiley "Salut" is more familiar than "Bonjour"

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Thursday 22/03/2007, 16:50

Ok contact kao-soku-PL too...smiley...im imitating ashe.lol

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Thursday 22/03/2007, 16:54

An other thing, in french we have the "TU" and "VOUS" for only "YOU" in english.

On Urban if u talk with a french guy u can use "TU" so for "please", u can say "s'il TE plaît" it's more suitable

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Thursday 22/03/2007, 18:52

YOu should be te plaÎt for posting a lot of timessmiley

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Friday 23/03/2007, 13:39

Hello every body i am french, ask me a question if you want

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Friday 23/03/2007, 17:29

Yep that's right!

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Friday 23/03/2007, 18:55

Coolsmiley

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