Grimm, It's not 'prÃ©occupations' (worries in English), but 'prÃ©cautions' (same word in English I think). This is typically used by a mum telling her child that "they should have taken their precautions" when the child wants to take a pee in circumstances where it's especially inconvenient.La phrase d'aujourd'hui:> I found this phrase as referred to something one is told as a child. It basically means "plan ahead". I was hoping however that some of our resident francophones might be able to elaborate some and/or provide a better translation?-Grimm
Que sera, sera (more precisely, que serÃ¡, serÃ¡) is Spanish Veteran, although it looks a bit like French. El seÃ±or Santiago de la Presilla o cualquier otro hispano hablante en el forum puede confirmar eso.que sera, sera
whatever will be, will be
(cet donne un homme liberte, ou pas?)
when you got shouted start "do something" ,go to diferent directions,if you get shout again try to do something else,if they stop shouting then you do it right,there you go you start learning francais.Does anybody have a list of 'important' phrases commonly used it the Legion and their English Translation and 'sounds like'
You can just use hand gestures & a scowl for all that.Does anybody have a list of 'important' phrases commonly used it the Legion and their English Translation and 'sounds like'
Stand the **** up
Sit the **** down
Get over here
Go over there
To the right idiot
To the left retard
I said go ****wit
Stop you piece of shit
Yeah I don't have anyone to do this prior to arriving... I would prefer to be preemptive as opposed to just turning up unprepared and not understanding common day to day words and phrase... but thanks anyway.... I thinkwhen you got shouted start "do something" ,go to diferent directions,if you get shout again try to do something else,if they stop shouting then you do it right,there you go you start learning francais.
Uncanny - I was just putting this on as you posted this - I have seen it before (and thought it was great) - I will be doing just as you advised - I had since come to this exact conclusion. I am just replaying my you tube videos (with subtitles) and trying to pick up common phrases from this. How fluent do you have to be in French to become a Corporal, or do you have to just be 'Legion French' Fluent? lolOK then, try top watch the Bear Grylles Escape to the Legion, but pay attention to the language of the corporals and seargents, not to the story.
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