Off topic: Un test d'anglais ?
Thread poster: Odette Grille

Odette Grille  Identity Verified
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Jan 28, 2007

Si, comme moi, vous avez le goût des exams...

Bonne journée
Ode

http://www.blogthings.com/doesyourenglishcutthemustardquiz/

Pis yen a un 2e sur l'américain
Je savais pas que je le parlais comme ci-après:
Your Linguistic Profile:
55% General American English
25% Yankee
10% Dixie
5% Upper Midwestern
0% Midwestern


[Edited at 2007-01-28 13:44]


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Jenny Forbes  Identity Verified
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Fun, but American English Jan 28, 2007

Odette Grille wrote:

Si, comme moi, vous avez le goût des exams...

Bonne journée
Ode

http://www.blogthings.com/doesyourenglishcutthemustardquiz/

Pis yen a un 2e sur l'américain
Je savais pas que je le parlais comme ci-après:
Your Linguistic Profile:
55% General American English
25% Yankee
10% Dixie
5% Upper Midwestern
0% Midwestern


[Edited at 2007-01-28 13:44]


Thanks for the idea, Odette. It was fun to do the test, but it's obviously for American English. The rules of punctuation in English English are different. I'll say no more ...
Jenny.


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ViktoriaG  Identity Verified
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J'en ai fait un autre Jan 28, 2007

J'ai fait le "Slanguage profile" ( http://www.blogthings.com/whatslanguagedoyouspeakquiz/ ) et voici mes résultats:

Prison Slang: 75%
Canadian Slang: 50%
Victorian Slang: 50%
Aussie Slang: 25%
New England Slang: 25%
British Slang: 0%

Je crois que ce soir, j'échangerai ma pâte à dents contre une barre de savon...


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NancyLynn
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Ready to move Down Under Jan 28, 2007

Aussie Slang: 75%

Canadian Slang: 75%

British Slang: 50%

Victorian Slang: 50%

Prison Slang: 25%

Southern Slang: 25%

Merci bcp Viktoria. Je m'aperçois que mon patois canadien laisse à désirer...

Nancy


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Just when I thought I was getting the hang of British slang... Jan 29, 2007

Canadian Slang: 75%

Southern Slang: 50%

Aussie Slang: 25%

British Slang: 25%

New England Slang: 25%

Prison Slang: 25%


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