#2
while your'e at it, what are the words for butcher shop, dairy store, fish store, and chicken
#3
Oui, Je fais toujours !
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#5
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while your'e at it, what are the words for butcher shop, dairy store, fish store, and chicken

i dont know, Magisine Lait, magasine peche and poulet
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#6
what about my stuff? or do I have to make my own thread?

I forgot my textbook at school

Edit: nevermind, ^but those arent the ones i vaguely remember, they were all one word
Last edited by Siftings at Jan 15, 2007,
#9
you sure, ? maybe i didnt use the "passe compose" right... ive done extended french for three years though and im doing a french project now
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#13
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while your'e at it, what are the words for butcher shop, dairy store, fish store, and chicken



umm chicken is poulet i think
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#15
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I think it would be

Oui, j'avale et j'aime bien l'avoir dans mon cul.


lol

..or if you dont want to be violated by a frenchman, try this:

fish shop - la poissonerie
butchers - la boucherie
chicken - le poulet


and i think 'yes, i still do' is 'oui je fais toujours' - nobusforharold was right, its just not a literal translation, but its the way the french would say it (i think).

'and always will' is a little harder, it really depends on the context, unless its just something i havent learnt yet, but i suppose you could try 'il restera comme ca toujours' (it will stay like that forever)

sorry i couldnt do any better, and i hope its not a little too late
#17
'Yes, I still do.' --> "Oui, je le fais encore."
'And always will' --> "Et je le ferais toujours."

-Jacques