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Space Pope
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« #40 : 02-01-2002 12:48 »
« : 02-01-2002 12:48 »

PS. To finish this thread once and for all if you listen to the audio commentairy they point out that the French speak English in the second countdown and say that in the future French is dead! God bless the future

TOTP on the French language's grave
Torquemada

Starship Captain
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« #41 : 02-09-2002 22:39 »
« : 02-09-2002 22:39 »

Being Cornish, the most French hating region in England (England being historicly renounded for its Francophobia), I say YAY! Down with French   :D
Abatlescons

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« #42 : 02-12-2004 19:42 »

To whom wishes the death of french.

If English language could be half as precise as french there would be no misunderstanding here.

You people seems to forget that both languages have the same roots, Gaellic(old french)and latin for french, Gaellic, saxon(a primitive form of the german language) and latin for english.

In fact english contains more latin words than any other spoken language and there is also many that derived from a french word.

Anyway, I think that both languages are complementary.

And after all Futurama is just a Tv program.

If you find french difficult to master you should try to learn Arab(I did). you will then know the meaning of the word difficult.

  :finger:   :finger:   :finger:
ActionLaPointe

Starship Captain
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« #43 : 02-12-2004 20:05 »

welcome to peel...i think.
perhaps it be wise to make friends, not conflictional apposers.
Allen

Professor
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« #44 : 02-12-2004 23:33 »

Yay! Someone who likes to make points using the finger! Wait! That's not good at all!
M0le

Space Pope
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« #45 : 02-13-2004 02:52 »

English gets it's roots from just about every language that's existed in Europe anyway.
ooy

Professor
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« #46 : 02-13-2004 03:17 »

learning another language! phht! why cant we learn futurama phases instead? i'td be better than learning japanese, [robot elder]du'h, thats for sure[/robot elder]
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Col. Klink

Professor
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« #47 : 02-13-2004 07:47 »

Did the robot eleder ever say that?

Anyway. Try to learn english.
PCC Fred

Space Pope
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« #48 : 02-13-2004 09:28 »
« : 02-13-2004 09:28 »

   
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Originally posted by Abatlescons:
   :finger:      :finger:      :finger:

  :rolleyes:
Javier Lopez

Urban Legend
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« #49 : 02-13-2004 15:10 »

^   :D
<   :confused:

V    :sleep:
KittinGas

Bending Unit
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« #50 : 02-13-2004 15:12 »

Bender once said: 'Jeus suis Napoleon!'.
Iron Chef
Bending Unit
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« #51 : 02-14-2004 10:58 »

Zoidberg also said J'accusé in Bendless Love, which is French
winna

Avatar Czar
DOOP Ubersecretary
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« #52 : 02-14-2004 11:31 »

that was just gibberish and YOU know it!
ooy

Professor
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« #53 : 02-14-2004 18:03 »

 
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Originally posted by Col. Klink:
Did the robot eleder ever say that?
you betcha dupa!

luvnpeese

Bending Unit
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« #54 : 02-16-2004 16:29 »
« : 02-16-2004 16:29 »

Si vous parlez le français, puis bonjour! Je t'adore, et j'aime bien le fromage.

Les vaches sont fâchées.
Ranadok

Starship Captain
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« #55 : 02-16-2004 16:54 »

Awww, how cute. It's trying to communicate.

(I speak enough French to know what you said...)
luvnpeese

Bending Unit
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« #56 : 02-16-2004 17:29 »
« : 02-16-2004 17:29 »

This is how far French 3 has got me.

That and my tendency to be incoherent and weird.
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