Does anyone here speak French?

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Philippe Billot
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Re: Does anyone here speak French?

Postby Philippe Billot » March 1st, 2020, 1:56 pm

performer wrote:He guessed it because Ariel knows everything!


Except the origin of the "jeu radio". What a pity! :roll:

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Re: Does anyone here speak French?

Postby Ariel Frailich » March 1st, 2020, 8:36 pm

Philippe Billot wrote:Except the origin of the "jeu radio". What a pity! :roll:


Until now. Merci m'sieur! :)
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Re: Does anyone here speak French?

Postby Philippe Billot » March 2nd, 2020, 3:13 am

Ariel Frailich wrote:
Philippe Billot wrote:Except the origin of the "jeu radio". What a pity! :roll:


Until now. Merci m'sieur! :)


Pas de quoi, m'sieur! C'est mon plaisir (en anglais dans le texte) :P

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Re: Does anyone here speak French?

Postby Philippe Billot » March 3rd, 2020, 12:57 pm

I just learn a funny thing. If "Jeu radio" comes from "radio waves", the words "Svengali" and "trilby" come from the novel named ... Trilby by George du Maurier published as a serial in Harper's Magazine in 1894.

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