Thursday, 19 June 2008

To all French-speaking bloggers



My son told me that he could pray in French. The only French I know is Belleville Rendezvous, you know, that film, and so I said, ok, let me hear you pray in French. He was so serious about it, like hey, there's something I know that you don't. But... I am very suspicious about this, so please could any French-speaking reader tell me if my son is really praying in French? If the prayer was actually a goobledygook, do you also have any suggestion as to how I should teach him a lesson (not in French) about how not to be too cheeky with me? :)

8 comments:

Francesca said...

What I understand he said: Merci Dieu pour ça...

Thanks God for everything...

To tell him off when getting cheeky...

(stop saying silly things.)

arrete de dire des
bètises ( a-re-do- dir-de-betis)
ewan if tama yan, haha...

Soy said...

Hahaha! at least a bit of it was really French! Thanks F! :)

Islander said...

im not of help on this maam soy. sorry. hehe.

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Betty said...

I love your story. Maybe your son is picking up some French from school. It sounds like a story for the baby book to me.

K said...

he is a little cheeky monkey! But very clever boy.
K.

HiPnCooLMoMMa said...

ipapaulit ko pa sana sa kanya kung talagang hindi sya nag iimbento, but looks like hindi naman, may traslation si Amy ^_^

I think he just wants you to be proud na marunong nga naman sya mag pray in french.

Analyse said...

well, i understood when he did the sign of the cross.. and the merci dieu pour ... which means he thanks the lord for .. well, i didnt understand the list hehe.. blame it it on the british accent, lol.

Lilian said...

I only heard it once, but I think there's more to it than the "Merci Dieu pour ça..." in the end he says something like "In the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Amen." Very interesting... where would he have learned it?

(this is my very first comment. I'm curious to know how/where you found my blog :-)

 
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