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    How do you say I love you in French?

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    Oh this is so cute... in french "I love you" is "Je t'aime !"

    If you know that Mariana E. you can travel in all France without problems !! ah ah ah...

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    Thanks!!! Now, I surely can!

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    French and France are so romantic.. hummm...

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    guille, just as a reminder, Ali and I are still waiting for our french lessons to begin. Salut! j'espère que vous aurez une leçon prête pour demain! (mmm, thats my weak attempt for the day.)

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    Of course, for the Valentine's day I have many lessons for us.. This day was made for french language..!!

    Well, I give you homework, try to translate that sentence for today :

    "Je vais souhaiter une bonne Saint Valentin à mon chéri en lui faisant un gros bisou."

    Second lesson tomorrow, if the translation is well-done, of course... ah ah..

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    I don’t know the first thing about French, so I figured I should join your class too. Besides, I am very romantic and since love itself is a universal language (the language of the heart) here is my translation attempt

    “I will wish my sweetheart a Happy Valentine’s day by giving him a big kiss”


    Actually, this is a great idea. It only takes tenderness to make this day special for the one you love.

    Happy Valentine’s everyone !!!


    Truly, my dear young friends, you are a chosen generation. I hope you will never forget it.
    Gordon B. Hinckley

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    Hebe, you have it !!

    Good answer, my quizz is simple, no ?

    Yes, it's a great day, a little bit commercial, but which celebration date is not commercial...?

    Joyeuse Saint Valentin à tous les romantiques et autres amoureux...

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    ok, I cheated, I saw Hebe´s answer. However, I did translate the next saying:
    Joyeuse Saint Valentin à tous les romantiques et autres amoureux...
    something like, " happy valentines day to the romantics and the others in love" ??? more or less....

    Here´s one i always enjoy, " bonjour, mon beau. Pourrais-je vous offrir a boire? "


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    Great Emily, you had the second translation...

    bonjour mon beau.. eh oh, be careful this is a sentence that guy say to a girl and not the reverse !!

    Attention, les filles doivent se faire draguer et non l'inverse...

    That one can be more difficult.. Good work !

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