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Mar 10th, 2006, 11:41 AM
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I'm working on my french PalQ - help me translate:

"Coco - non parce que je sais que c'est sure qu'elle repondera bientot!"

non parce que? je sais que cest...I know that..she'll respond...bientot - well?

lol - Oh dear, I need to work on learning French much much more....

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Mar 10th, 2006, 12:39 PM
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I'm working on mine too - by bientot i mean "soon" or in good time - meaning Tuesday probably at this point. Christina or coco please correct me on bientot being used wrongly!
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Mar 10th, 2006, 12:45 PM
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Hi Pal and Murphy
Pal you're right with bientôt, you can also say tôt ou tard (soon or later).
c'est sûr, no e because "il" est sûr qu'elle répondRa (répondre infinitive so répondrA futur)
Is that clear?
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Mar 10th, 2006, 12:49 PM
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Oui - je pense que je parlerai "tard" not "tot" - merci bien!
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Mar 10th, 2006, 12:53 PM
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maybe should I have said soonER or later? they come all together, elle viendra tôt ou tard...(that you can compare with anyway, she'll come anyway, elle viendra de toute façon)
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Mar 13th, 2006, 11:15 AM
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<elle vienda de toute facon> j'espere!
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Mar 13th, 2006, 11:55 AM
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Almost a week now I don't understand. Maybe she completely forgot about fodors if she wrote postings everywhere...
Pal I hope you don't think that French are not reliable! This is just a bad example.
:-S I'm afraid you'll have to manage by yourself now (just like you did before...)
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Mar 14th, 2006, 10:43 AM
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Coco - no pas raison pour pensant ca parce que je sais (connais?) beaucoup de francaises. Je suis sur qu'elle est travailler encore sur les questions que nous avons posses! Est-qu'il y des moutard en Dijon?
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Mar 14th, 2006, 11:36 AM
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Lol Pal!
What do you mean with moutard? a moutard is a tiny tot (brat?) so I can say yes! could be a motard (biker on motorbike)I can say yes also, maybe you mean moutarde et oui il y a de la moutarde à Dijon! (the three words in my home!)
Tu connais beaucoup de françaises
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Mar 14th, 2006, 12:44 PM
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Actually if you go to the web site mentioned in an above post by Curt
"maybe she works here if she is real
http://www.tourism-touraine.com/"

there is a wealth of info on the site - including hotel and gite, chambres d'Hotes and camping info and instant links to reserve things like gites (houses in villages or, in the case of gites ruraux, in the countryside or tiny hamlets) - so if looking for Loire info try the site! Thanks Heolia!

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Mar 15th, 2006, 08:52 AM
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ttt en cas Heolia regarde encore pour the OP d'elle. Nous attendons!
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Mar 30th, 2006, 12:51 AM
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You know what? Heolia couldn't find her posting anymore. She answered me on TA she would be back soon (surely with lots of answers for you!)

Et voilà!
coco
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Mar 30th, 2006, 12:51 AM
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Hello everybody...
I want to say that I'm so sorry. Indeed, I have gone everyday on the forum but I could not find the post... Indeed, I have had a technical problem with this forum.
Once again, I'm sorry and I will answer your questions if you want.
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Mar 30th, 2006, 01:04 AM
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PALQ and MURPHY89:

there is many tours in minibus: there is tour of the renaissance chateaux (2 days and 1 night), or there is excursions in the Loire Valley with a minibus: you will choose just the morning (19&euro, just the afternoon(25&euro or the full day(43&euro. Departure every day by reservation from the Tourist office in Tours, or from your hotel down town (free of charge).
Foe example, in the morning, you visit Azay le Rideau and the famous gardens of Villandry with a bilinguel driver (transportation only, entrance fees are not included). After lunch, you go to Amboise and Chenonceau, you finish your day trip with a wine tasting.
Lunch and entrance fees are not included, but you can have reduced prices in all the chateaux.
If you want more information, you can send me an email at: [email protected]
or you can go to the 2 web sites: tourism-touraine.com and plusdetouraine.com.
And my office is in Tours, not in Orleans which is in the Loiret.
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Mar 30th, 2006, 01:05 AM
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Wow! At the same time! I didn't think she would be so quick!

à toi de jouer maintenant!
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Mar 30th, 2006, 01:15 AM
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DEAVS:

In may, 21 and 22, there is a wines festival called Vitiloire, and a tour of wine caves is organised: 2 days, 1 night (79€ per person). You will visit the "cave des producteurs de Vouvray" ant tasting. After, you lunch. In the afternoon, meeting at the tourist office where you will be given a tasting glass (different appellations and controlled origins). There is a dinner in a city restaurant in Tours.
Day 2, guided tour of a wine cellar in Chinon vineyards, with tasting, lunch in Chinon. During the afternoon, visit of the Villandry gardens.
For more detail, go to the websites plusdetouraine.com and tourism-touraine.com.
Or you can send me an email!
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Mar 30th, 2006, 01:16 AM
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Thank you Cocofromdijon!!!!!!!!
I'll answer all the question!!!
Merci encore!!!!
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Mar 30th, 2006, 01:33 AM
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prr761:

I think your trip could be very good. You have chosen very good chateaux (chenonceau, Villandry with its gardens, Azay le Rideau, and Chambord).
According to many Internet users, Le Cheval Blanc is good to spend nights.
But I suggest you to visit Amboise, because it's a nice town, with a wonderful chateau.
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Mar 30th, 2006, 07:52 AM
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ttt
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Mar 30th, 2006, 10:23 AM
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Heolia, you can always find all of your own posts that you have written on this forum by clicking on your name at the top of the page when you look at the Europe Forums page. Your name should be highlighted in blue, which means that you can "click" on it and find your posts.
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