#1
Is anyone willing to transliterate this song for me? (By transliterate I mean typing 'wee' when it says 'oui' etc., because I don't know how to read French.)

http://en.lyrics-copy.com/chants-de-noel/minuit-chretien.htm

Thanks in advance.
"Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, your eyes will get sore after a while."
Last edited by JamesDouglas at Aug 8, 2009,
#2
I'll try to translate as much as I can. I'm going to warn you I only took French 1 so far, so don't expect something great.

The link doesn't work
"When words fail, music speaks"

Gamertag - Acoustickk

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#3
Quote by PinoyxRockar
I'll try to translate as much as I can. I'm going to warn you I only took French 1 so far, so don't expect something great.

The link doesn't work


Wait! Make sure you understand that I want a transliteration and not a translation!
"Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, your eyes will get sore after a while."
#4
Quote by JamesDouglas
Wait! Make sure you understand that I want a transliteration and not a translation!


Yeah I know. Don't worry!
"When words fail, music speaks"

Gamertag - Acoustickk

Call me Vincent
#5
Link is broken.
"Why should we subsidise intellectual curiosity?"
-Ronald Reagan

"Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness."
-George Washington
#6
if you get the link to work i could do it for you
The more you study the more you know. The more you know the more you forget......... so why study
#7
Link's fixed! (I hope)
"Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, your eyes will get sore after a while."
#8
Anyone made any progress?
"Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, your eyes will get sore after a while."
#9
min-you-e Cray-tea-on, say lur sol-in-'ell
Eww lom dew day-sond-e juice-ka new
Poor ay-fas-ay la 'tache orig-in-'ell
Ay the s-on pear a-ret-ay la cour-eww
Le mond en-tea-ay tray-sigh day-spear-awwnce
Ah set (asset) new-ee key louis (as in the king) Don (name) an sow-ver
Pup-le a jen-eww, at-tawn ta day-leave-rawnce
Know-elle (the name)! know-elle! vaw-see le ray-dem-tour

The note-re fwaa ku la loo-me-air are-don
New geed two-s ohh bear-sow the lon-fon
kom ohh-tre-fwa, oon ay-twol bree-awnt
ee kond-wheeze-ee lays sheff the lor-ee-awn
le raw days raws nayt dawns oon om-blow cresh,
p-we-sont duh jshure, fee-err de vote-re grawnd-er,
a vote-re err-guy say de la can dew presh
koor-bee vow fron day-von le ray-dem-tour

le ray-dem-tour a breez-ee toot on-trav,
la tear ayy lee-bre ayy le see-elle ate oov-air
Eel vwa an fray-er eww net-ay can es-clav
la-moor eww-knee su kon-shan-ayy le fair
kee louis (the king) dear-a note-re rec-con-ayy-sonce
say poor new two keel nay, keel sou-fre ayy mur
Pup-le, day-boo ! shawnt ta day-leave-ronce
Know-elle (the name)! know-elle! shawnton le ray-dem-tour


I hope that helps. Just remember that the golden rule in French is that the endings of words aren't really pronounced, just hinted at.
"Why should we subsidise intellectual curiosity?"
-Ronald Reagan

"Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness."
-George Washington
#10
Quote by Ur all $h1t
min-you-e Cray-tea-on, say lur sol-in-'ell
Eww lom dew day-sond-e juice-ka new
Poor ay-fas-ay la 'tache orig-in-'ell
Ay the s-on pear a-ret-ay la cour-eww
Le mond en-tea-ay tray-sigh day-spear-awwnce
Ah set (asset) new-ee key louis (as in the king) Don (name) an sow-ver
Pup-le a jen-eww, at-tawn ta day-leave-rawnce
Know-elle (the name)! know-elle! vaw-see le ray-dem-tour

The note-re fwaa ku la loo-me-air are-don
New geed two-s ohh bear-sow the lon-fon
kom ohh-tre-fwa, oon ay-twol bree-awnt
ee kond-wheeze-ee lays sheff the lor-ee-awn
le raw days raws nayt dawns oon om-blow cresh,
p-we-sont duh jshure, fee-err de vote-re grawnd-er,
a vote-re err-guy say de la can dew presh
koor-bee vow fron day-von le ray-dem-tour

le ray-dem-tour a breez-ee toot on-trav,
la tear ayy lee-bre ayy le see-elle ate oov-air
Eel vwa an fray-er eww net-ay can es-clav
la-moor eww-knee su kon-shan-ayy le fair
kee louis (the king) dear-a note-re rec-con-ayy-sonce
say poor new two keel nay, keel sou-fre ayy mur
Pup-le, day-boo ! shawnt ta day-leave-ronce
Know-elle (the name)! know-elle! shawnton le ray-dem-tour


I hope that helps. Just remember that the golden rule in French is that the endings of words aren't really pronounced, just hinted at.


Thanks a lot
"Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, your eyes will get sore after a while."