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  1. #1

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    :D french courses

    Hi,
    I would like to improve my english (pronounciation) and help someone to improve his french by conversations around coffee.

    If anyone can teach me cantonese (i already learn at Berlitz, 3rd level) i can teach him/her basics of french.

    Does anyone interested?

    PS: if someone has a job for me in photography field, i am interested


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    parlez vous anglais, mate?

    I am British Born Chinese. I speak English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

    I would like to learn some French but I live and work in Shenzhen. May be when I move back to Hong Kong. Then we can teach each other some language.


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    language exchange

    Sounds great!
    feel free to contact me by private message when you are in HK.


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    Had 3 years French in the school and am glad it's over, but it's always good to understand your enemy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Azuremain:
    Had 3 years French in the school and am glad it's over, but it's always good to understand your enemy.
    I beg your pardon?
    what's wrong with you?

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    kartoffel

    I found in your last posts that you are from Germany.
    I have good news for you, WW1 and WW2 are over.

    Perhaps you miss your führer...


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    Quote Originally Posted by louloute:
    I beg your pardon?
    what's wrong with you?
    J'ai dit cela pour rire. J-O-K-E
    I like Sarko, he positions France back to the side of the US.
    For his recent statements people already speak of parallels to 1776.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azuremain:
    J'ai dit cela pour rire. J-O-K-E
    I like Sarko, he positions France back to the side of the US.
    For his recent statements people already speak of parallels to 1776.
    The topic is French course... Is it?

    Anyway Azuremain, I am not sure I am following you.
    You mean you agree with the idea that every country in the world should lick the boots of the US government making the world look like a bunch of US colonies?

    Let me guess, if you get along with (always agree with) the White House you are part of the "Free World" and if not your country is part of some "Axis of Evil". Isn't that convenient? I am always amazed by the childish so called American Foreign Policy or any governement trying to play the game of World Domination (using economic/political pressure or armed forces).

    I hope that Obama/Clinton will soon be in the White House with policies focusing on American citizens (as opposed to American Corporations) and institute a real Non-intervention policy.