HOW TO SWEAR IN FRENCH 🇫🇷

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Cuz let’s be honest, the first thing you want to know how to say in any language are the curse words.
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HOW TO SWEAR IN FRENCH 🇫🇷

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19 thoughts on “HOW TO SWEAR IN FRENCH 🇫🇷

  1. I saw a t-shirt once that said "je m'en fou" and I was like oh what's that and google translate said it just meant "I don't care" so when I went to France and my friend's mom asked if I wanted the TV on during dinner and I was like bruh idk I said "je m'en fou" and let me just tell you that is a bit saucier than what I meant. luckily they were too busy laughing at me to be offended.

  2. I said I wanted to lower the radiator (baisser) but I mispronounced baisser and said the French word verb similar to baisser just take an s and the i out.

    Oops :D

  3. Jsuis sûre plus de la moitié des abonnés de ces deux là sont des français qui veulent voir comment ils enseignent la langue fr mdr

  4. 1. I learned "je m'en fous" before "ça m'est égal" so when someone asked me something I sais je m'en fous
    2. I got the words couilles and cuisses mixed up and ended up telling someone "j'ai mangé des couilles de grenouille" it was pretty funnny.

  5. I was reading a book in French, and I had just learned the french word for avocado is l'avocat, and the next day that word showed up in the book I was reading, the sentence was "Il est avocat dans une compagnie" and I read it as "He is (an) avocado in a company" so I was really confused, and thought maybe that's just a phrase thing only the french say, like calling someone an avocado means they're an intern or something like that but it doesn't make sense in English, or I had just learned the wrong word for avocado. Just to be sure I was reading it right, I typed the word "avocat" in the French part of google translate to see if it translated to avocado in english, and that was not even the first result, it translated to "lawyer" which I was so confused about so I typed avocado in the english side, and it gave me "avocat' in the french side, then a result underneth the translating tool said "The difference between Avocado and Lawyer in French" and it explained that that it is the same word for both things, but the context of the sentence is what is necessary to decipher which one is being referred to in the sentence. And that is the story of how I confused a lawyer with an avocado in French.

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