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Old 10-01-2004, 02:52 PM   #46
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T'es bilingue anglais Seb? ....haha je suis jalouse là !!!
Moi je suis bilingue russe (c'est ma langue maternelle) mais ça ne me sert à pas grand chose
L'anglais est une langue assez facile...mais je bloque !!!

C'est chouette le canada...le pays des ours, des élans et de la bonne bière !!!
J'y suis encore jamais allé mais mes amis ont adoré...moi tout ce que je connais du Quebec c'est Céline Dion, Garou, Roch Voisine et compagnie...pas terrible hein !

Ce que je trouve drôle ce sont les différences entre le quebecois et le français au niveau des expressions:
C'est ecoeurant...en quebecois ça veut dire génial, non??
"Je suis tombé en amour avec mon René"...ça c'est du Céline dans le texte
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Old 10-01-2004, 03:10 PM   #47
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Sinon Bea, moi non plus, l'anglais n'est pas mon point fort mais à force de l'utiliser (ici) on s'améliore
T'as raison..en l'utilisant ici on s'améliore...le souci c'est quand j'essaye de raconter une blague...et que personne ne comprend
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Old 10-02-2004, 05:33 AM   #48
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T'es bilingue anglais Seb? ....haha je suis jalouse là !!!
Moi je suis bilingue russe (c'est ma langue maternelle) mais ça ne me sert à pas grand chose
L'anglais est une langue assez facile...mais je bloque !!!

C'est chouette le canada...le pays des ours, des élans et de la bonne bière !!!
J'y suis encore jamais allé mais mes amis ont adoré...moi tout ce que je connais du Quebec c'est Céline Dion, Garou, Roch Voisine et compagnie...pas terrible hein !

Ce que je trouve drôle ce sont les différences entre le quebecois et le français au niveau des expressions:
C'est ecoeurant...en quebecois ça veut dire génial, non??
"Je suis tombé en amour avec mon René"...ça c'est du Céline dans le texte
salut bibir!
lol c'est vrai que l'anglais c'est assez pratique... Beaucoup de gens sont bilingues au Québec, parce que le reste du Canada ne parle qu'anglais!

Il y a tellement d'expressions différentes au Québec, tu ne peux même pas imaginer! Voici des exemples:

France - Québec

Des chaussettes - des bas
Un slip - des bobettes
Une brassière - un t-shirt
Génial - Écoeurant, super, hot, cool
Marron - Brun
Un sachet - un sac
Marrant - Drôle, comique, amusant, "le fun"
Vachement - tellement, vraiment

en as tu trouvé d'autres??
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Old 10-02-2004, 05:46 AM   #49
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Bonjour Zoltan, Ilhame, Seb, Liebig, Escada, Q et tout le monde ici!

Je suis de Vénézuéla. Je ne parle pas français. Je sais seulement quelques mots parce que ma mère vivait dans Suisse et ma soeur étudiées à Toulouse. J'aime Paris et Metz (Cote d'Azur).
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Sol, ton français n'est pas mal (à mon avis... )
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Il y a tellement d'expressions différentes au Québec, tu ne peux même pas imaginer! Voici des exemples:

France - Québec

Des chaussettes - des bas
Un slip - des bobettes
Une brassière - un t-shirt
Génial - Écoeurant, super, hot, cool
Marron - Brun
Un sachet - un sac
Marrant - Drôle, comique, amusant, "le fun"
Vachement - tellement, vraiment

en as tu trouvé d'autres??
Malheureusement, je n'étais jamais au Québec, mais je pense que bcp des Français utilisent des expressions que tu as classifié quebecoises. Il y a un semaine j'ai accueilli une Française chez moi et elle disait toujours "super cool" quand elle appreciait qqchose. Le meme avec le t-shirt etc.
Bibir, c'est plutot à toi
Merci pour les examples quand meme, je n'en connais pas, ils sont droles

J'entendu parler que les Français utilisent bcp des expressions anglais et ce sont plutot les Québecois qui gardent la purété de la langue fr parce qu'ils doivent la "défende" contre l'influence anglaise. C'est vrai?


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Je connais pas mal d'expressions aussi ...il faut les connaitre si une française se fait draguer par un quebecois parce qu'elles ne veulent absolument pas dire la même chose

Quebec - France

foufounes - les fesses
peter la baloune - être saoul
fesser - frapper
suçon - la sucette
c'est mon chum (mon préféré) - c'est mon mec

ça prête à confusion..hein Seb?
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Old 10-02-2004, 03:37 PM   #53
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Malheureusement, je n'étais jamais au Québec, mais je pense que bcp des Français utilisent des expressions que tu as classifié quebecoises.
Les français et les quebecois utilisent les mêmes mots en effet...le problème c'est qu'ils ne signifient pas toujours la même chose...c'est là que ça se complique...mais c'est amusant

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J'entendu parler que les Français utilisent bcp des expressions anglais et ce sont plutot les Québecois qui gardent la purété de la langue fr parce qu'ils doivent la "défende" contre l'influence anglaise. C'est vrai?
Je dirais que c'est du 50/50...c'est vrai qu'en français on dit Te-shirt, sweat, etc...mais en quebecois aussi on utilise des mots anglais

quebec - France

joke - blague
luncher - manger

après je me rappelle plus, désolé
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Malheureusement, je n'étais jamais au Québec, mais je pense que bcp des Français utilisent des expressions que tu as classifié quebecoises. Il y a un semaine j'ai accueilli une Française chez moi et elle disait toujours "super cool" quand elle appreciait qqchose. Le meme avec le t-shirt etc.
Bibir, c'est plutot à toi
Merci pour les examples quand meme, je n'en connais pas, ils sont droles

J'entendu parler que les Français utilisent bcp des expressions anglais et ce sont plutot les Québecois qui gardent la purété de la langue fr parce qu'ils doivent la "défende" contre l'influence anglaise. C'est vrai?


Bienvenue Sol
lol c'est possibles... les Français utilisent fréquemment les mots ticket, parking, french fries, etc!

Mais ici aussi on a nos anglicismes! pitch, check, f*ck , napkin, scanner, wiper, tire, muffler, bus, etc! et avec l'accent québécois c'est assez bizarre!
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Je connais pas mal d'expressions aussi ...il faut les connaitre si une française se fait draguer par un quebecois parce qu'elles ne veulent absolument pas dire la même chose

Quebec - France

foufounes - les fesses
peter la baloune - être saoul
fesser - frapper
suçon - la sucette
c'est mon chum (mon préféré) - c'est mon mec

ça prête à confusion..hein Seb?
LOL ! "péter la baloune" j'ai jamais entendu ça lol... on utilise surtout fesser, suçon et chum!
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lol c'est possibles... les Français utilisent fréquemment les mots ticket, parking, french fries, etc!
Et est-ce que tu as vu qqn qui ne dirait pas "job", "weekend" ou "spleen"... Quand j'entendu "ticket" pour la premiere fois cette ete ca m'a bcp etonne

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Mais ici aussi on a nos anglicismes! pitch, check, f*ck , napkin, scanner, wiper, tire, muffler, bus, etc! et avec l'accent québécois c'est assez bizarre!
L'accent québécois c'est inoubliable!
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Et est-ce que tu as vu qqn qui ne dirait pas "job", "weekend" ou "spleen"... Quand j'entendu "ticket" pour la premiere fois cette ete ca m'a bcp etonne


L'accent québécois c'est inoubliable!
lol je sais! Quand je vais en France, beaucoup de monde ont de la difficulté à nous comprendre! Il faut dire qu'il n'y a que 7 millions de personnes ayant cet accent sur la planète!
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