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Mr Paul
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Ok, thanks.
What are the French words for
 'I AM A RARE GEM' ?


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Is 'Gem' in the English dictionary?
(sirphil)
Spottykay
Spottykay Publisher
okay french experts translate there was an earthquake in atlanta and a volcano eruption in sweden
@Sir-phil, it is there; it is an English Word. You can check.
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Spottykay
Spottykay Publisher
Answer my question please
Your question is like a jesting; saying French Experts; that is why l didnt try to answer it.
Who is french expert?
We are not french experts; we are just trying the little we know.
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Spottykay
Spottykay Publisher
Hmm now you are talking translate what day are you celebrating your birthday
lorque sommes toi celebrer ton anniversaire
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#Spottykay, I used to run away from French classes way back in Secondary School!
(sirphil)
Spottykay
Spottykay Publisher
I just got to ss1 first term and i learnt french only in primary 2-3 but since then we were not taught french again
In our own time in secondary school(1990-1993), there was no french teaching in secondary schools. I got to know little french from a french teacher who was a principal in a school where l taught music (2005) and through reading on research.
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I was forced to take French classes in my SS-2 for one term.
(sirphil)
But one thing about french; their pronunciations is different from their lettering many times.
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Spottykay
Spottykay Publisher
but what bought the idea of learning french
Yes, and this is key to it; 'When the last letter of a word is a consonant, its pronounciation is usually silent'
 For example, 'Vous' is usually pronounced as 'vua' with the 's' silent.
(sirphil)
Spottykay
Spottykay Publisher
is that just the answer
@Spottykay: Answer to your question- French is a lingual franca for some countries as we speak British English in Nigeria.
@Sir-phil, O yes, you are right; another rule is that they pronunce 'oi' as 'ua'.
E. g. 'Toi' (meaning, you) is pronunced as 'Tua'.
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Spottykay
Spottykay Publisher
aw i have no idea of this
I never expected any less, its not rice and stew LOL!
(sirphil)
Spottykay
Spottykay Publisher
hahaha you are funny we didnt talk about food
You should understand right; start learning them now@Spottykay.
They will be useful for you.
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Spottykay
Spottykay Publisher
ok thanks for the support
You are welcome.
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You 're welcome! @Spottykay
(sirphil)



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