C'est fini ==> french tree done!
Hello everybody. ------>> C'est fini! Merci Duolingo pour toutes de leçons. Je suis très endettés. Accueillir au Népal pour enseigner le français. Au revoir.
"Je suis très endettés" Are you sure that it's the word that you wanted to use ? Because "endetté" means indebted, but If it's what you wanted to say, excuse me ;) (congratulations ;)
thanks for indicating this. I wanted to say that I am very thankful. what will be the right french word for that? aidez-moi, s'il vous plaît
In Nepali, we call une chemise => a kemiz, & un marteau +> a martol etc & so on. How this happened, I dont know. I am much intrigued with this sort of connection with the french. If anybody has any idea, please kindly explain,
Mhhh , I just know that France had colonies in Indochine (actual Vietnam, Laos and Cambodge) and some cities in India but it's a little far from Nepal so i don't know x) And in English it's shirt and hammer so ... really weird
Hi there. I think your version is close to the truth. As the french came to India before the British, they brought the Kemiz (une chemise), and from there it spread throughout the region. ...
Namaste Dai! This is my understanding: Spanish has many borrowed words from Arabic due to the long occupation of Spain by the Moors. Some of these borrowed words migrated into French. On the other end, the borrowing chain goes Arabic to Urdu to Hindi to Nepali. It is nice to meet you. I lived for two years in Kathmandu.
Hi Shemerman. Bonjour. Enchanté de faire votre connaissance. Thanks for your insights. May be that's true, who knows! But my humble guess is that the Kemiz (une chemise) came from Europe, from France, as the French came to India before the British.
@Dai-nepal: I'm a different person who likes a lot his Tweets (and his profile icon) ! :D
je suis très bien. Merci. Belle journée ensoleillée à Katmandou. J'adore ce temps. Il est parfait
Felicitations, Dai! J'ai envie tu! J'ai toujours voulu aller au Nepal! Et je souhaite que je ai toujours voulu être si bien français pour enseigner !