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Come on then Janet, put us out of our misery!Mrs C. wrote:Oh dear!
Why? its quite amusing watching everyone try to recall their schoolday French!!Mid A 15 wrote:Come on then Janet, put us out of our misery!Mrs C. wrote:Oh dear!
Heck, even I learned that at schooljtaylor wrote:Vous ne comprendez pas le Francais?
Ah, il-y-a un bon dieu (ou est-ce-que il-y-a une bonne dieu?)Euterpe13 wrote:T'inquiÃ¨te pas , je suis bientÃ´t prÃ¨s de toi, et j'ammenerai plusieurs bouteilles avec moi....
Merveilleuse, mais quelques bouteilles du Malepere ou Macon Villages souffi pour moi.Euterpe13 wrote:J'ai un excellent ( petit) stock de Bourgogne et Bordeaux que j'amÃ¨ne Ã©galement avec moi
I don't know about French, but about 12 years ago I did evening class GCSE Italian. The classes that I had been going to never seemed tomove forward, so I thoughtthat one with and exam might do better. I got an 'A', which seemed to rather shock my bi-lingual other half!sejintenej wrote:How good is the GCSE French exam? GCE O level was supposed to bring you to a standard where you could write and talk passable everyday French.
OH DEAR !Mid A 15 wrote:Shouldn't that be je ne comprende pas? I'm not 100% certain though!blondie95 wrote:je ne comprendez French! or write it for that matter-gosh it was a while since GCSE french
Even longer since I did "O" level French!
Arthur Rider taught me in my GE year.