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hi, my name is emmanuel I live in québec and yes I speak french, so my english isn't always perfect but BowtieGuy3 told me it's ok:D. I own a 93 cherokee bone stock that I use as a snow plow but I'm planing to buy another one in spring for having fun playing in the rocks, so see you on the board
 

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Wow...you look familiar!!! :rofl:
Welcome to CT from ChiTown!!! :cheers:
 

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welcome to CT, from PR,
 

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hi, my name is emmanuel I live in québec and yes I speak french, so my english isn't always perfect but BowtieGuy3 told me it's ok:D. I own a 93 cherokee bone stock that I use as a snow plow but I'm planing to buy another one in spring for having fun playing in the rocks, so see you on the board

english seems very good to me. Welcome!
 

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Welcome to CT from COS!!:cheers:
 

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hi, my name is emmanuel I live in québec and yes I speak french, so my english isn't always perfect but BowtieGuy3 told me it's ok:D. I own a 93 cherokee bone stock that I use as a snow plow but I'm planing to buy another one in spring for having fun playing in the rocks, so see you on the board
C'est bien...Moi je parle francais, mais pas souvent, alors votre anglais est probablement meilleur que mon francais....

It's been a long time since I visited Valleyfield, PQ and spoke french all day, but I can usually get by. Not alot of people to practice the language with on the west coast, so much of my fluency has left, since it's been about 15 years since I've spoken french on a regular/ daily basis...

Anyway, Bienvenue! :thumbsup:
 

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C'est bien...Moi je parle francais, mais pas souvent, alors votre anglais est probablement meilleur que mon francais....

It's been a long time since I visited Valleyfield, PQ and spoke french all day, but I can usually get by. Not alot of people to practice the language with on the west coast, so much of my fluency has left, since it's been about 15 years since I've spoken french on a regular/ daily basis...

Anyway, Bienvenue! :thumbsup:
hehehe hi fellow canadian, I know that's isn't easy to practice your french in BC;) I got a friend that live in langley, BC is a place I'm going to visit anytime soon, my friend told me it's so nice that I'm going to forget québec:rofl:
 

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hehehe hi fellow canadian, I know that's isn't easy to practice your french in BC;) I got a friend that live in langley, BC is a place I'm going to visit anytime soon, my friend told me it's so nice that I'm going to forget québec:rofl:
Yeah...because Gilles Duceppe, Stephane Dion, Jack Layton, Steve Harper, and the rest of them are FAR AWAY! Langley is a great place...Lots of trails close by, the mountains, the ocean...what more can I say???


:cheers:

I DO miss the ladies in "La belle province." though...
 
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