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I stop using French with you.

added by sysko, 2011-03-04 22:01

#778921

linked by sysko, 2011-03-04 22:01

#778925

linked by boracasli, 2011-03-04 22:12

I've quit using French with you.

edited by sysko, 2011-03-05 03:51

#779170

linked by dominiko, 2011-03-05 08:48

#3800616

linked by Silja, 2015-01-26 16:06

#4253236

linked by 123xyz, 2015-06-04 13:24

Sentence #778922

eng
I've quit using French with you.

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epo
Mi ne plu parolas franclingve kun vi.
fin
Olen lopettanut ranskan puhumisen sinun kanssasi.
fra
J'arrête de te parler en français.
mkd
Прекинав да користам француски со тебе.
tur
Seninle Fransızca'yı kullanmayı bırakırım.
cmn
我不会再跟你说法文了。
我不會再跟你說法文了。
deu
Ich höre auf, mit dir Französisch zu sprechen.
eng
I'll stop speaking to you in French.
fra
Je ne vous parle plus français.
nld
Ik spreek geen Frans meer met u.
rus
Я больше не буду с тобой по-французски разговаривать.

Comments

FeuDRenais 2011-03-04 22:01 link permalink

I'll*

sysko 2011-03-04 22:20 link permalink

even if i mean that "this was the last sentence i was using Frnch with you" ?

FeuDRenais 2011-03-05 01:09 link permalink

Correct.

FeuDRenais 2011-03-05 01:13 link permalink

"I stop" is 一般现在时. It means you do the action on a habitual, regular basis.

sysko 2011-03-05 03:52 link permalink

ok thanks for the explanation :)

FeuDRenais 2011-03-05 11:55 link permalink

Isn't "I've quit/stopped" == "J'avais arrêté"? In any case, I just went ahead and added another translation. The meaning is 差不多, it's just the tense that bothers me.

saeb 2011-03-05 18:42 link permalink

(same here..."I've quit" implies you already did for a while now [@feudrenais: welcome back btw^^])

sysko 2011-03-05 21:17 link permalink

hmmm in some conxtext the french sentence can work for both.

FeuDRenais 2011-03-05 23:01 link permalink

Btw, "quit" (at least to me) might have the underlying meaning that you got fed up with talking French to the guy and so stopped using it (sort of like "I've given up on speaking French with you because your French sucks", or something of the sort...)

But this might just be my interpretation.

(@saeb: Thanks. Glad to see that you've kept yourself out of trouble.)

(@sysko: I hope you're still alive and well in the PRC. You seem to be.)