“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.”
Before French class this morning I had a private thought when I spotted this joker drinking whiskey before the start of class.
Regarde ca trou du cul!
(Now look at this asshole!)
(Trou du cul -Asshole.)
Excuse me sir, you sir! Yes, you. The gentleman with the cigarette butt behind your ear ( trou du cul)
yes, I’m talking to you, ( trou du cul) sir, what is your name?
Tyrone is it? Well, Tyrone, I am the instructor for this French class and I am aware you keep drinking from that whiskey bottle of Jack Daniels… Tyrone. Tyrone. Tyrone, no one is trying to embarrass you, (trou du cul) the thing is, there is no drinking of any kind in my class. Sir, I warn you, should you take another drink from that whiskey bottle, I will be forced to call security and have you removed.
Do we understand each other sir?
Sir, I know you are a grown man, but that is beside the point.
Please ( trou du cul) no more drinking whiskey in my class this morning.
Everyone, welcome, welcome to our second French workshop.
BONJOUR. BONJOUR. BONJOUR. BONSHOUR.
(bon-jour) (bon-jour) bon-jour) (bon-jour)
Je m’ appelle — My name is.
Enchante’ — Pleased to meet you
Comment allez-vous? — How are you?
Bien, merci–Good, thanks
Vous parlez anglais? — Do you speak English?
(Voo- par-lay ong-glay?)
Je parle un peu.– I speak a little.
(Zher-parl- um -per)
Je parle un peu.– I speak a little
Je suis touriste. — I’m a tourist
(Zhuh- swee- too- reest)
Je ne comprends pas! — I don’t understand!
(zhun-uh- kon- prahn-paw)
Comprenez-vous l’ anglais?– Do you understand English?
Oui! — Yes!
Je parle un peu anglais. — I only speak a little English.
(Je parle- uhn- puh- awn-glay)
Je suis perdu.– I’m lost.
TYRONE! COME ON MAN! WOULD YOU PLEASE GET OFF THE DAMN PHONE!
TYRONE!! ARE YOU DEAF? I SAID, HANG UP THE DAMN PHONE— TROU DU CUL! ( ASSHOLE!)
NO YOU DID NOT! I TOLD YOU BEFORE STOP DRINKING WHISKEY IN MY CLASS!
TYRONE… LISTEN, IF I HAVE TO CALL SECURITY AND PUT YOU OUT, THEN THAT’S WHAT I’LL DO.
LOOK, JUST, NO MORE DRINKING, AND PLEASE NO MORE TALKING… CAN YOU DO THAT?
TYRONE. WOULD YOU JUST SHUT THE HELL UP!!!!
Nobody cursed at YOU.
I said, shut the hell up, now if I was cursing at your ass, I would have said,
“Listen, bitch, shut the phuck-up!
Now, Hell is not a curse word, it’s in the Bible.
See Matthew 18:9
“It is better for thee to enter into life with one eye, rather than be cast into hell fire.”
See that joker right there, yes him, please, remove him from my class!
Where was I?
Oui – Yes.
I was about to introduce my dear friend, BABYLON…BABYLON helps me with my French lessons each week and she also is a essayist for Micheaux Publishing. –BABYLON
BABYLON is one of the most talented young writers I know; she makes her home in the great city of Chicago.
I follow her each day on Twitter.
BABYLON is part responsible for me wanting to do this FRENCH workshop each week and so it only appropriate I give her my respect and gratitude.
Thank You, BABYLON.
MOST IMPORTANT FRENCH PHRASES TO STUDY
Good day / Bonjour
Good evening / Bonsoir
Good night / Bonne nuit
Good bye / Au revoir
How are you? / Comment allez-vous?
Fine, thank you, / Tres bien, merci.
Nice to meet you. / Enchante’
Thank you very much / Merci beaucoup
You’re welcome / Pas de quoi
Do you understand? / Comprenez-vous
I am an American / Je suis Americain
I / Je
Who? / Qui?
What? / Quoi?
When / Quand?
Which? / Quel?
Why? / Pourquoi?
How? / Comment?
You / Vous ( Formal)
You / Tu ( Informal)
She / Elle
We / Nous
The / La
DIRTY FRENCH WORDS:
PRICK – DARD
BOOBS – LOLOS
PUSSY – CHATTE
ASSHOLE – TROU DU CUL
DICK HEAD- TETE DE VIER
FUCK OFF – VA TE FAIRE FOUTRE
SHUT THE FUCK UP – FERME TA CLAPE MERDE
GO TO HELL – VA TE FAIRE VOIR
YOU ARE SO FULL OF SHIT – TU ES COMPLETEMENT FAUX CUL
OH, SHIT! – MERDE!
LEAVE ME THE HELL ALONE! — FOUS-MOI LA PAIX!
Well,all good cuss words have to come to an end.
Dear friends do come back next Monday and we shall continue our study of FRENCH.