- Anonymous3 weeks ago
How do you say "eighty"??
- LônLv 74 weeks ago
- PontusLv 74 weeks ago
It's the same as in French in France (and elsewhere).
Two words that are not interchangeable:
me (not pronounced as the English "me". Roughly like: meuh) - as either a direct or indirect object, except in most imperatives in the affirmative.
moi - direct or indirect object in most imperatives in the affirmative (except if followed by the adverbial pronoun "en"; or as a disjunctive pronoun, used for the objects of prepositions, compound structures, emphasis (including whenever the verb is not stated).
I am not guessing. I had two different jobs speaking with French Canadians over the phone (including many Québécois).
They are pronounced the same as in standard French.
Québécois - is just a dialect of French; not a separate language. Some pronunciation differences. A few grammatical differences. Some vocabulary differences, particularly in slang. Many French Canadians are terrible spellers (often got e-mails and faxes from customers - yes, I'm that old)Source(s): taught French; native English speaker.
- CatherineLv 74 weeks ago
In French we say: Moi, then I assume it is the same in québécois ....
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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Same as in French, I suspect. That would be "moi".