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Another example in English literature is found in Henry V by William Shakespeare. —cank four—four times five's twenty—eat twenty times a day—not possible!
A French princess is trying to learn English, but unfortunately, "foot" as pronounced by her maid sounds too much like "You shall manger cinq fois every day," said she; "cinq fois," she repeated.—"Humph! " "Oui, Monsieur, cinq fois," repeated the Countess, telling the number off on her fingers—"Café at nine of the matin, déjeuner à la fourchette at onze o'clock, dîner at cinq heure, café at six hour, and souper at neuf hour."PARIS, le 7 Juillet. According to Chapman Pincher, one of Winston Churchill's family recounted how the latter, in response to obstinacy from General de Gaulle in a meeting during de Gaulle's wartime exile in London, told him, "Si vous m’opposerez je vous get riderai!
Chcete-li využívat plné funkce webu, musíte ve svém prohlížeči povolit prohlížení obsahu ve formátu Flash.Franglais usually consists of either filling in gaps in one's knowledge of French with English words, using false friends with their incorrect meaning, or speaking French in such a manner that (although ostensibly "French") would be incomprehensible to a French speaker who does not also have a knowledge of English (for example, by using a literal translation of English idiomatic phrases).Some examples of Franglais are: Franglais may also mean a diplomatic compromise, such as the abbreviation UTC for Coordinated Universal Time.Monsieur le Landlord—Sir: Pourquoi don't you mettez some savon in your bed-chambers? La nuit passée you charged me pour deux chandelles when I only had one; hier vous avez charged me avec glace when I had none at all; tout les jours you are coming some fresh game or other on me, mais vous ne pouvez pas play this savon dodge on me twice. " The humourist Miles Kington wrote a regular column "Let's Parler Franglais" which, for a number of years starting in the late 1970s, appeared in the British magazine Punch.Savon is a necessary de la vie to any body but a Frenchman, et je l'aurai hors de cet hotel or make trouble. These columns were collected into a series of books: Let's Parler Franglais, Let's Parler Franglais Again! , Let's Parler Franglais One More Temps, The Franglais Lieutenant's Woman and Other Literary Masterpieces.