Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by All_Around_Brown, May 31, 2007.
Il parles francais.
Sounds like it was produced by Dan Rather & Michael Moore.
TIME WILL TELL.
I believe that should be "Il parle francais." Unless you meant "Ils parles francais."
I agree that he meant "Il parle francais."
However, the plural is "ils parlent francais".
Zut alors..!! Yup, you're right on both accounts, I stand corrected... I knew "Ils parles francais" looked wrong but I couldn't quite figure it out... IIRC "parles" would be grammatically correct in "Tu parles francais"...
One thing's for damn sure, and that's that je ne parle pas francais.
I guess thats why they look at me funny in Montreal.
I stand corrected, and thanks for that.
Hee hee. My High School French came in good for something at last, apart from showing off in front of Miss Gcat in Paris.
My young and energetic french teacher always wore short skirts and no undies. That should 'splain everything.
Separate names with a comma.