Hello from France

Discussion in 'Welcome & Introductions' started by yulzari, Jan 22, 2012.

  1. yulzari

    yulzari New Member

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    Felicitations to all. Thanks for this fascinating site. I have been looking for a different shooting genre to my longbows. Fed up with people either trying to recruit me for local archery clubs where formal competition is all. Also, as an English emigrant to France, if one more person mentions Crecy, Poitiers or Agincourt to me I will practice my medieval english swearing at them.
     
  2. tokSick

    tokSick Senior Member

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    Hi there,<br>Welcome to the slingshot world.<br>So you' re from France... do you speak French too?<br>Si oui... ce serait cool de pouvoir communiquer( de temps en temps) avec quelqu' un dans ma langue maternelle.<br>Wish you a merry slingshotfun.
     

  3. yulzari

    yulzari New Member

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    Bonsoir tokSick. <br><br>Merci pour votre accueil<br><br>Un Belge aime la biere, quelle surprise! Nous avons une micro brasserie dans notre hameau mais je prefere la biere Belge. Les meilleures pizzas que j'ai jamais mangés ont été faites par un Egyptien en Belgique.<br><br>Normalement j'écris en anglais, mais il est bon pour moi de pratiquer mon français très pauvre.
     
  4. tokSick

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    En realité je suis de parents Marocains mais suis né ici et vit en flandre.<br>Ce qui ne m' empêche pas de me sentir autant Belge qu' un belge de source.<br>Quant à votre Francais il est apparement impeccable.<br>Salutations.
     
  5. yulzari

    yulzari New Member

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    Excellent!. Vive le Maroc.<br><br>La famille de ma mère a quitté le Maroc plus de 1500 ans et mon père anglais a rencontré ma mère francais là-bas.
     
  6. JoergS

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    Attention mes amis... je comprends tout (mais trouver les mots, c'est difficile).<br><br>Bienvenue sur le forum, yulzari!
     
  7. tokSick

    tokSick Senior Member

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    I didn' t know Joëg speaks french.<br>That guy amazes me every days.
     
  8. JoergS

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    I learned French in school (35 years ago), and then I had a house near Cannes, in a little Village called Vallauris. Bought it in 1999, sold it in 2006, made a nice profit - but I miss the Cote very much. That is the place I'd like to move to once I am ready to retire.<br><br>300 days of sunshine. It's like California without the earthquakes.
     
  9. yulzari

    yulzari New Member

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    Thank you JoergS. Schade Ich spreche nur ein bisschen Deutsch. So I will stick to english here.<br><br>Here in the Limousin it rains all winter. It's like England but with a summer, less people and more sheep. If I mention Wellington boots only truly idiomatic english speakers will understand.........
     
  10. JoergS

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    I have been to Limoges once, fifteen years ago or so, had a very memorable potato paté. I remember the area was very green.