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    Francophone Friends?

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by mbinks89, Jul 20, 2013.

    Is there anybody out there who would be willing to edit French writing of mine, in exchange for me editing their English stuff? I'm kind of taking shots in the dark now, not really knowing if what I've written is decent French or wrought with English syntax and grammatical structures that are laughing at me right under my nose.
     
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    désolé Binksy - mon Francais n'est bon pas :(
     
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    tout va bien, mec, merci en tout cas.
     
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    I spoken to some Canadian French people - the lingo s very different in case you're unaware :)
     
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    I've heard that. I've always studied Parisian French in school, and I've always been curious of the difference, (not to mention indignant at the claims that "Quebec French isn't real French"). What are the main differences that you've noticed? I should figure that out, as I'm going to McGill in Montreal in a month.
     

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