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    Hi ,
    I swap seeds of drosera
    -capensis (25 seeds/packet)
    -aliciae (20 seeds/packet)
    -spatulata (20 seeds/packet)

    for
    gemmaes
    or
    drosera seeds

    make your offers by PM!!!!!
    thanks,
    frenchplant [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smilie4.gif[/img]

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    Silly me... here I am clicking on 'gemmaes', as if it were a link! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] Welcome to the discussion forum!

    Parlez-vous Francais?

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    bonjour!
    lol no... don't click on gemmae lol lol
    bien sure que je parle francais, c'est ma langue maternelle!
    et vous? parlez vous français?
    merci pour cet accueil sur le forum, a bientot!!!
    frenchplant

    of course I do speak french, it's my native language!
    what about you? do you speak french?
    thank you for your 'welcome' on the forum, see u!
    frenchplant

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    Bien le bonjour à nos collègues français!

    I would be interested in your aliciae seeds, I could trade them for some spatulata 'white flower' or some nififormis x dielsiana seeds, interested?

    Cath
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (frenchplant @ Nov. 30 2005,10:46)]bonjour!
    lol no... don't click on gemmae lol lol
    bien sure que je parle francais, c'est ma langue maternelle!
    et vous? parlez vous français?
    merci pour cet accueil sur le forum, a bientot!!!
    frenchplant

    of course I do speak french, it's my native language!
    what about you? do you speak french?
    thank you for your 'welcome' on the forum, see u!
    frenchplant
    I took French between 7th & 10th grade and have forgotten a lot of it. I do have a friend, however, who has taken time out to re-teach me some of it, by writing a paragraph in French. Then I try my best, going from memory, to translate it. Of course I miss a lot of the idiomatic expressions. I've had a lot of fun with that.

    There was one time when I had greeted a guy, just as I did with you. He got all excited and sent me a PM. I understood maybe half of what he wrote and apologetically (in English) wrote back that I have forgotten most of what I learned from school. I must have really disappointed him, because he never wrote back. People...!

    With what you wrote, I have forgotten 'a bientot' and never heard of 'accueil'. But all the rest made sense. Interesting that the word 'maternelle' comes out to be 'native'. I would have translated it as 'mother tongue' - meaning the same thing.

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    À bientôt = See you soon
    Accueil = Welcome

    Maternelle is the adjective tied to "mother", but when speaking of tongues (or culture, or...), it has the extra meaning of "native", since your native language is usually your mother's (she's the one usually raising you after all).
    If the dragon is bigger than his treasure, it's not worth the effort.

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    Ah, je comprend. Mais, je ne sais pas pourquoi je voudrais parler Francais. Espanol serais(?) le choix(?) mieux, pour L'Etats Unis etudiant.

    Yeah, what's with fathers only being good for, "wait 'til your father gets home!" and hearing your full name being recited! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img] Tres Etrange! Can't do the accent aigu or grave thingy...

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