Learn French 16

August 18, 2009 by admin · 25 Comments 

Learn French 16 : The deck of cards

A deck of cards
= un jeu de cartes

a card = une carte

spade = pique
heart = cœur
diamond = carreau
clubs = trèfle

ace = as (♂)
deuce = 2 (deux)
3 = trois
4 = quatre
5 = cinq
6 = six
7 = sept
8 = huit
9 = neuf
10 = dix
(in terms of cards the numbers are always masculine)
jack (knave) = valet (♂)
queen = dame (or reine) (♀)
king = roi (♂)

Solution to the test :
- le trois de trèfle
- l’as de coeur
- le valet de carreau
- le roi de pique
- la dame de cœur
- le dix de trèfle
- le sept de pique

Merci à tous ^_^

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August 16, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

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Voilà – Episode One

July 31, 2009 by admin · 2 Comments 

Learn basic French: 2 minute lesson.

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Learn French – Vocabulary: Numbers

April 27, 2009 by admin · 17 Comments 

French Vocabulary: Numbers, numerals. To learn a new language from other native speakers, visit Rockle Lingomigo at: http://www.rockle.com/language/amigo

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Cherokee language lesson –days of week monday wash day

March 21, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Cherokee Language Lesson-Giduwa Keetoowah Dialect Monday Wash Day ‘undodaquonvhi — notice the “intrusive H” sound at the beginning (giduwa dialectical difference) and that the “-HI” at the end is silent and is proceeded by the “Nv” syllable sounds like the “v” sound in the french word “Lundy” (and its hard to hear the nasal on here but its there) and “Nv” rhymes with English words line “none”, “run”, and “Nun”.

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Learn French 19: Eventually vs Eventuellement

March 1, 2009 by admin · 20 Comments 

“Eventually” and “éventuellement”

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Learn French pt2 – ‘Jump Start French’ -

February 21, 2009 by admin · 1 Comment 

http://www.acceleratedlearning.com/language/24hour.html
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Cherokee Language Lesson- Thank you Letter

February 4, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Christmas is over, and if you are like me, you might still have a few thank you notes to write– so here is a helpful Cherokee Language Lesson for “A Thank You, Note” Giduwa (Keetoowah) Eastern cherokee Dialect (aka Middle dialect) Now you can write a thank you note too! Just replace my name with yours! Has words like “thanks” “I appreciate you” and “I really appreciate you” Or “I appreciate you very much” and close your letter with “Sincerely Yours”. Start corresponding in Tsalagi (Cherokee) from now on! remember, the “-hi” at the ends of words is usually only written, not spoken. Also, in the Eastern dialect, (of Big Cove NC) the “tsa–” sounds like “Za” and sometimes the “Tse” has a “Ch”sound to it. Notice the “Gv” is like the French “u” sound as in “lundy”– in English, it approximates “Sun” “Fun” and “run” sound, but is nasalized. The Eastern (Giduwa) Dialect is spoken on the Qualla in North Carolina, especially in Big Cove.

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Learn French insults

January 28, 2009 by admin · 17 Comments 

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Learn French : Oh là là

January 26, 2009 by admin · 25 Comments 

**** RE-UPLOADED ****
Originally posted on:
January 21st 2007

Thanx Youtube for featuring me a 2nd time

I’ve always wondered why this random french expression was so famous among foreigners until I realized I said it at least 5 times a day (at the veeeerrryyy least). Here is my attempt at explaining it’s meaning…
(sorry for the lousy sound and image quality, I filmed this with my mobile phone.)

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