Casually Explained: French

Avaldati 17 märts 2016
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  • Half of the problem is a frenchman problem. People from France (especially Paris) are very happy to NOT understand if your accent is not theirs. Ask any native french speaker from another country.

  • I died because I watched this with French as a second language 😂😂😂😂😂

  • French: le pervert language

  • Mdr

  • nice

  • so, french don't like if you speak with an English accent.. but those fucks speak English with French accent like they never heard a properly pronounced word in their life

  • Everybody knows the only French you need to know is oui oui baguette and I surrender in every other spoken language.

  • Resume: Bagguete

  • The dislikes are from all the French people watching

  • It's a lot different in Germany, they are really happy when you attempt to speak the language and won't expect you too anyway

  • eeclone.info/glo/z5PbZmmkkqNfqqA/video

  • as a french, I can confirm that EVERYTHING has a sexual connotation! XD

  • Short explanation for who doesn't understand French is so strange: English "borrowed" a lot of words from the Latin vocabulary, especially because of the Norman invasion of 1066 (check out the Oversimplified's video about it), but it used those words with other ways to build sentences or changed the meaning to a similar one (for example "préservatif" or "excité"). So, the French way of saying stuff would look completely natural to Spanish or Italian folks, it would appear completely nonsense for English folks.

  • he made this video just so he can show off his french skills

  • im a french dude and this is so fucking funny

  • I am french and all of this is fucking right hahahahahaha

  • Bong-Juer

  • Why does he sound so exited

  • When you realize your French teacher has accidentally said something but no one knew what it meant so it slipped right past us 😂😂😂

  • These animations might just be worse than Brewstew

  • As a french man I can tell you that your accent is quite nice !

  • this made me screammmmm funniest thing I've seen

  • I can safely skip the last part

  • French in Canada ie: Montreal is completely different for french words and their meaning..some folks speak very well, others might use heavy slang it depends what region you are in.. Vive la différence!! Your French is: Bravo!

  • “ not so easy now is it *BAGUETTE* Boi”

  • Why is natalie dormer so short

  • „And he looks like you killed his whole family“ I am German so... what’s the issue?

  • the same problem happens in spanish some examples that are exactly like french are 'excited', 'it is good' and 'preservatives'

  • "Honey what's the French word for baguette" got me laughing so much I almost fell off of my chair and stood up on it in panic and fell down the window

  • 3:09 beyond this point, he is actually very happy to explain this to us in the process he lost his iconic monotone.

  • Me: bonjour The French guy wondering why I want to fuck his girlfriend in the molten cheese ritual of ejaculation:

  • i have lived in france for 6 years and I have to agree with him, so fucking hilarious

  • My favourite french word has to be footing which means jogging in english Why?

  • your accent is pretty good!

  • ahhh oui. this is all true!! 😂 😂

  • tu as un très bon accent!

  • People with perfect french accents and perfect english Are good

  • I’m French Canadian and laughed so much cause all of this is true

  • Oui Beau Cul is probably the most useful phrase I have learned in this video

  • haha!! marrant ce gars!

  • Tu m'apporte un vrai bonheur!

  • "What's the French word for baguette?"

  • I had frensh 4 years in school and i dont unterstand a word

  • Now i see why it's the most romantic language

  • Well, i know Spanish and English as well... "beach" and "bitch" took me a while to get right. And what sup with the word "coger" in Spanish, which could be "get" or straight up "fuck"

  • As someone who knows french as well as english, this is hilarious.

  • did he say honey?

  • The ending though...

  • painful language

  • Man, France French is very weird. As a Canadian who can speak Québec French, Europe does not make a lot of sense

  • You give me a lot of bohneur

  • Pretty fun. Not always accurate though. So, as a french guy, let me set a few things straight, for anyone interested in the matter. -"Excited". It is true that 'Excité', in french, refers more to sexual arousal. Except... it's not so definite. Some people may have fun with such a mistake, but it is not exactly forbidden to use 'excité' the same as 'excited" in english. But, oftentimes, if you want to say "I'm excited to be here today", you would "Je suis content d'être là aujourd'hui". Which would mean, literraly, "I'm glad to be here today". French doesn't use much superlatives. You know.... being ever excited is over the top. The same way americans in creative buisnesses calling "fans" every customer strike us as strange. -"I love the secretary". This one is true. If it's not about love, you would say "J'aime "bien" la secrétaire". It's pretty much the same as "I kind of like the secretary". I guess. By adding "bien" you emphasises the fact it's not about love, but more about the fact you get along well with her. At least, from your perspective :p -"Je suis chaud means i'm horny". Rather wrong actually. It's true that in a sexual context, it means exactly that. "Elle est vraiment chaude celle-là" >>> "She is really horny". But warned: it's insulting, most of the times. But "Je suis chaud" is more often used in sentences like "Je suis chaud pour une balade", which means... "I'm up for a walk". But please, note that it's not good french, it's pretty casual french. Never use that with your boss, you would be looked at as if you were some kind of retarded teenager. Be aware there there are several level of politeness in french, pretty much the same as in japanese. "Familier", "courant", "soutenu". 3 ways to speak the same language. The first one is slang used with your buddies, the last one is mostly used in complex discourses or while writting books. -"Elle est bonne": accurate. Be wary :D. Women tend to hate to be called "bonnasse", and rightfully so. It's insulting. "Un ami m'a introduit..." This one is accurate too. Actually we tend to use that pretty often when with close friends to make some gross sexual allusions. "Introduire" is a pretty dangerous verb to use in french ^^. A pretty fun one, though

  • Your spelling is pretty damn good ngl

  • I saw where that was going with bonheur, everytime someone finds it in a dictionary in class they just laugh

  • Nice video! "Une amie m'a introduit au football" is wierd, but not a mistake, though you hear it more often with people and places, rarely hobbies. Also because you said "au football" and not "un ballon de foot", we wouldn't think any kind of insertion is going on because the sport and the object are distinct words in French!

  • Man! He is laughing too 😂😂😂

  • thatd dayummnn was the most emotion i saw from jamie.

  • He actually sounds happy for once

  • I learned french very early on, I laughed my head off for this vid.

  • As a Spanish speaker French make sense to me. However, English doesn't even if it is my second language.

  • Cette vidéo est très amusante regarder si tu sais française. English: this video is funny if you know french

  • 1:30 isn't an Eiffel tower picture at night is illegal?

  • My class is like 2 years behind in our French education, please help

  • This also happens with the spanish...

  • This really puts the "love" into love language

  • the french language is basically me when i was 13

  • I can't learn French whatsoever.... 😭

  • Thank god I’m learning Spanish.

  • No wonder it's the language of love

  • Bro, French isn’t real.

  • Je suis chaud Jesus chad

  • Moral of the story: I can now tell my friends they got a nice ass

  • why is your french accent so clean

  • Me: J’adore le Diet Coke Also me: *Starts World War 3*

  • Je suis chaud - my worst mistake so far

  • il a un bonne accent anglais

  • Ok I'm gonna use the following to be toxic now Baiser - to fuck Je suis chaud - I am horny Je n'aime pas les préservatifs - I don't like condoms Beau coul - nice ass

  • I fucked up a lot lemme get my 1911 and load it

  • I've watched this video multiple times and only now realized that the ending was a fckin boner joke XD

  • You made me proud to be a French even though I am not French.

  • I wonder if it's the same for other people but I automatically have huge amount of respect for an native english speaker who knows a roman based language (french, italian, spanish and such). Because the difficulty is heaps above learning another language with the same roots.

  • Im mexican and i speak english quite good. But when i grow up i want to live in canada. And i have cero idea of french. I only have like one day studying so; at least i have a begining.

  • Im from quebec but this is hilarious

  • Je suis excite

  • I'm pretty sure the French could make a similar video about english. Emphasizing on words like "porn" and "pawn", and "faces" "faeces".

  • Holy shit france is really pervert for english

  • Me: knows french Csually explained:EXITE me:NON!!!

  • from 1:25 to 1:30 is just wrong. de 1:25 a 1:30, cest vraiment nimporte quoi

  • In West many people have their first names as "Randy/Randi" In my Language (Hindi) ,it means WHORE.

  • French 1 here I come

  • Yup... I’m learning German

  • What did he refer to in 3:17?

  • I HATE FRANCE

  • I don't like condoms

  • Boner boner 🦴

  • My new pick Up line to get out the friendzone. "Dou magiveme un nivre boner" If she sais no I'm Just gonna say it was french

  • welp... off to visit your mother

  • good accent! i am french and you french is good!

  • I'm Brazilian so these mistakes I could never do because al of them are cognates to Portuguese.

  • Colab with Sam O'nella when?