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    French Phrases worth knowing?

    Ok, so....while I get it that several folks (escort or not) speak both French and English in Montreal, are there any words, phrases, etc worth knowing before I get there? (and if you have a suggestion, how do you pronounce it)?

    I've figured out that 'disponible' means available, and 'fille' means girl/lady/woman

    Thanks!

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    Just say "Bonjour" to everyone you meet, just this one word in french will mean a lot here, just like I say "Hola" to everyone in Mexico, even tho I do not really speak spannish.

    Then you can say to girls "Vous etes très jolie", which means you are very pretty.

    Once near the main action with the girl say "j'ai vraiment envie de te baiser", which means, I really want to fuck you (except "baiser" is nicer than "fuck" in french so said while looking in her eyes with a little smile will arouse the girl

    With that you should be all right

    Cheers,

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    When a girl tells you "allo" she does not mean that she "swallows"... Be aware

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    A lot of menus do not come in English and you gotta know what is what if you wanna eat

    When you go to Cafe Depot for muffins here are the key words:

    Pomme= Apple
    Framboise= Raspberry
    Bleuet= Blueberry

    Breakfast important words

    Oeufs = Eggs
    Lait= Milk
    jambon= Ham
    Champignon = Mushroom
    Oignion = Onion
    Pain Dore= FRench Toast
    (forget American pancakes, they eat crepes instead)

    Others

    Crevette = Shrimp
    Poulet = Chicken
    Pomme de Terre = Potato (confusing because apples and potatoes are nothing alike)
    Boeuf= Beef
    Saumon = Salmon

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Bleue= Blueberry
    Blueberry=Bleuet

    Douche has a bad connotation in English, but in French it just means shower. Many ladies in Montreal actually join you in the shower, so Douche is a very nice word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westwoody View Post
    Blueberry=Bleuet
    Yeah I forgot the t at the end

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Oeufs = Eggs
    Que veut tu, mon COCO ? A traduire au Resto ou dans la chambre ? lol




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    Quote Originally Posted by BookerL View Post
    Que veut tu, mon COCO ? A traduire au Resto ou dans la chambre ? lol




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    The man has to eat, does he not? No eat, no energy for bedroom. Never put the cart before the horse. The horse must pull the cart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    The man has to eat, does he not? No eat, no energy for bedroom. Never put the cart before the horse. The horse must pull the cart.
    I do agree, but in the restaurant of montreal non french speaking guy will have no problem, but one on one with a nice chick that speak limited english in a room, then it could be difficult.

    That said, one of my best session of my life happened in Barcelona with a girl that did not speak english or french. My limited spanish and a lot of mimics was good enough for a memorable encounters

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by jalimon View Post
    I do agree, but in the restaurant of montreal non french speaking guy will have no problem,,
    In the downtown core yes, but move away from the downtown core to the east and GOOD LUCK READING THE MENU. The further east you go the less English you will see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    The man has to eat, does he not? No eat, no energy for bedroom. Never put the cart before the horse. The horse must pull the cart.
    En passant c'était non traduisible par Google translate! LOL




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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    In the downtown core yes, but move away from the downtown core to the east and GOOD LUCK READING THE MENU. The further east you go the less English you will see.
    Yes east of Montreal is more difficult to have service in English ,so go west of downtown Montreal it's difficult to have service in French


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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    In the downtown core yes, but move away from the downtown core to the east and GOOD LUCK READING THE MENU. The further east you go the less English you will see.

    Yes absolutely true, but only hard core traveler like you will venture east

    Cheers

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