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Les francophones, unissons!
The word 'francophones' made me laugh for some reason.
It's just a fun word I think XD
Moi jsuis québécoise, et fière de lètre :)
A non, la chui jalouse... Ca fait vraiment trop longtemps que j'en ai manger. <3
Fière de l'être aussi!
Miammmm..Dla poutine :)
french speakers, unite! (right?)
Anyone notice that French posts generally get a good response, but as soon as you speak Spanish everyone is like "GET THE HELL OUT YOU IMMIGRANT!!!11!!1!!"
Google Translate isn't helping me make sense of this. What?
(a nonny mouse): 'The worst reply to "My father is dead" in a French speaking exam is "Good", amirite?'
I did it in my French oral, didn't go down too well. Lolol.
French oral? I'd like to volunteer for this class, immediately.
At first I thought the joke was about bien being Spanish, but after reading the comments i understood and I figured bien was also French
"My father is dead." "good."
haha I think you were thinking of perro (:
perro is dog in spanish.. right?
I can't speak French, but I read that as "My DOG is dead." Close, so close.
J'adore parler dans francais**
(a Canadian): you could also say j'adore parler le francais.
J'adore parler en francais ou J'adore parler le francais
If you're going to correct someone's grammar, do it right
well in Canada, "J'adore parler en francais" is more elegant but "J'adore parler dans francais" is also correct
(a Canadian): Really? The french I've learned in school must be mostly how people from France speak, and my teacher told us that if we made a mistake like that then they would know that we're Americans.
Perhaps saying "Voulez vous coucher avec moi, ce soir?" would be a little worse...
Lol jks, sex makes everything better ;D
well there's no way to tell that is isn't being said as 'my dad was dying' since 'est mort' is how you do the past tense of mourir...
(rachel!): since it's the passe compose version (perfect), it's an action that is finished - therefore, it means "my father died." If the phrase had been imparfait (imperfect), it would have said "mon pere mourait" which is translated as "my father was dying." Then you would be correct.
Actually it means: ''My dad is dead''
Not necessarily. Mort is the past participle of "mourir", which is the verb "to die." To form the past, you use "etre" - i.e. "est." It can also mean "my dad is dead," but it can mean "my dad died." I swear on my fucking life.
Bon, j'imagine que tu parles français, donc je vais répondre en français :)..
Tu as bien raison quand tu dis qu'il peut s'agir d'un verbe, mais dans cette phrase j'ai plus l'impression qu'il s'agit d'un adjectif, même si les deux sont bien possible.
Mon but était de répondre à Chamilié parce qu'il ne connaît rien au français apparamant.
all you grammar nazis are nuts. so what its not "technically" correct. who cares, its still funny & we all knows what he/she means.
It's meant to say "My father is dead", or words meaning exactly that. I said good. I failed the exam.
Enough said, stop commenting about it now.
I took french from grade 4 to grade 9, and I don't understand what that says!
I know, and the funny thing is that I always got 90's :P
hate to point this out, but 'mort' is a conjugation of a verb, and in the frenchlanguage you can't have two conjugated verbs in a row. this would've gotten my vote if 'mort' wasn't conjugated or if être was taken out of the sentence..
(Chamilé): My God. Of course the french grammar nazi had to come, too.
Too bad the French grammar Nazi isn't actually correct.
French Grammar Resistance. wait, nvm, WE SURRENDER!
(Chamilé): "mon pere est mort" technically means "my father died."
"est mort" is the passe compose of the verb mourir, since "mort" is the past participle. But it also can be used as an adjective
(Chamilé): mort is a noun, mourir is it's verb form, if doesn't say "my dad is dying" it says "my dad is dead"
(a Canadian): adjective not noun**
(Chamilé): In that case ''mort'' is an adjective...French is my first language and im ready to give you 1000000$ if im not right.
Jveux pas te faire de peine mais meme si tu laccorde en genre et en nombre.. ca secrit de la meme facon..En passant ce cas etait deja reglé depuis quelque mois tes un peu en retard :)
Hahah it means "late" ...If we wanna call someone "retarded" it's "retardé".