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  • Kristi, brave and fearless one, parlez a nous ... we would love to hear you speak les mots de jour to us, too.

    gens du voyage - French Word-A-Day

  • But even the older ones could not manage even a wimpish: "Excusez-moi, parlez vous anglais?"

    Yes, I really want to be alone | Viv Groskop

  • ASKIN (a few years after this lesser known “parlez vous baraterie” with LBJ, he was deemed worthy of a fkn knighthood would you believe, a quick look at his honour list may determine how the bankroll beguiling).

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Last minute faff/thinky link.

  • Peter Sciretta the talent pool available, most are already employed by the other companies in town, and it is easier to start in a place full of talent but with little competition for employment zapan669 parlez francais un peu, cest un film francais bon sang de bonsoueeere asianrage

    /Film Visits Illumination Entertainment and the Editing Room of Despicable Me | /Film

  • D'autant plus, je vous félicite de prendre au sérieux l'enjeu en animant « le débat au menu », dont vous parlez dans votre éditorial du 29 juillet, à travers de plusieurs articles substantiels de divers perspectives, tels comme l'analyse de l'agronome Michel William, l'interview avec l'agronome Emmanuel Prophète par Charles Merla, et plusieurs autres reportages.

    Crossover Dreams: Fifteen minutes of undeserved fame in Port-au-Prince

  • When she sings the minor-key French waltz (aren't they all?) "Sous Le Ciel De Paris," she gets the meaning across even to those of us who do not parlez-vous.

    Little-Known Stars Step Into the Light

  • What it means, however, is understand even if you don't parlez Frenchy.

    RSVP, RIP

  • Monsieur Gautier looked back at the dean with an expression of confusion on his face, and stammered, "Vous. vous parlez à moi, Monsieur?"

    se tromper - French Word-A-Day

  • Ne parlez jamais de corde dans la maison d'un pendu.

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  • "Vous parlez très bien-but not quite as well as I do," he added, dropping back into English.

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