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    Default I'm french, guys.

    And I'm pretty good at translating french to english, or english to french, and I know some french music. Well, if you need some help... Just ask 8D

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    You seem to have american english down pretty well. Welcome

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    I don't even know the difference between american english and... English english. (How the **** do you call it ?)

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    I was only saying American English because i'm from the states. I've always been told that traditional english is spoken in England or in the UK. Just being polite is all.

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    There are small spelling differences between American English and regular English. The American English spelling is a bit more phonetic.
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    Or Google Chrome can translate for you.
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    Hey, i'm learning french in my college, what can i listen in french to learn some different words?
    I know Noir Desir, Edith Piaf -of course-, ZAZ.. If you give me advice, i'll be happy (:

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    Hi Bassplayer, I'm French.

    I recommend you Jean Jacques Goldman, Francis Cabrel and Florent Pagny. Their lyrics are beautiful and the words they use are varied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragerfly View Post
    Hi Bassplayer, I'm French.

    I recommend you Jean Jacques Goldman, Francis Cabrel and Florent Pagny. Their lyrics are beautiful and the words they use are varied.
    Thank you for your advice

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    Bonjour. Je m'appelle Manson et je parle francais, mais je ne parle pas francaise tres bien. Ca va?

    Welcome, enjoy your stay.


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    Hi RedSkull, can you please translate ' Léo Ferré - La mémoire et la mer ' ?

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