Giro Noden a écrit :Euh, Blue, it is a mistake of language, i didn't talk about the manner of reading a writting, it is just a Mistake.
But i think you are wrong, "une tiare" " patiament", how do you read the "ti" ?
It is different, isn't it ? Like the end of "differemment" and " mangent".
Or " Je fais " and " Je faisais ", the prononciation of the second one first "ai" is "e".
About "sot/sceau/seau"I said that I agreed with you. I do think it's confusing as well
. And do you mean "patiemment" ? Hum, I actually never thought about that, it's a good point. And also I do agree "faisait" is a problem
Alright then let's say French is not easy to learn
But Decadis, many other languages also have conjugations (and irregular ones as well) as far as I know... so French isn't the only one
And about Japanese I think the grammar is terrible, it's not nicer than the French one (I believe so). Although the pronounciation/reading is quite nice
But I guess English is still the language with the nicest grammar
Josh > Not sure what you're talking about but it's funny you said that because I just had a discussion a few minutes ago with some friends about english language. One of the guys was from the north of England and he was going "We don't even speak English in Newcastle ! We speak a Normand dialect, that's why we have a strange accent ! So when we go abroad no one understands us and no one believes we are actually English !"
LOL apparently instead of saying "a table" they say something funny that sounds like "skewer" or something (I don't remember).
Decadis > I think the funniest part is when someone asks you "So, how do you say this in French ?" and then you realise you don't know how to say it... I think the most surprising question I got was "How do you say "cheap" in French ?" .... What would you answer (without looking in the dictionary) ?