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sanpablo
11-13-2005, 03:34 AM
Hello Don,

we are some French who don't speak English, but we have jbl loudspeakers.

Is it possible to open a french forum ?

Thanks

jpb_dk
11-13-2005, 04:24 AM
bjr

Si tu veux, je parle un petit peu francaise aussi. Je suis danois mais parle Anglais (10 ans de engeneer des elektronik et design de hautpaleur), habite dans le sud (dep-66 perpignan) Je veux tranducte avec plasir.
Tu habite ou ?

Merci, Jens

Titanium Dome
11-13-2005, 08:14 AM
Je pense que le groupe sera petit. Qui pourra le modérer?

En outre, nous Anglophiles voudrons lire vos pensées et idées. Quelqu'un devra traduire, oui? Et d'anglais-français, également, n'est-il pas vrai?

Peut-être un "thread" simple a pu être essayé d'abord.

J'aime le français, mais je suis un barbare quand je le parle et l'ecris. :(

sanpablo
11-14-2005, 12:16 AM
bien sur que le groupe serait petit mais le fait que ça parle français peut attirer du monde.

Continuons, on verra ce que ça donne

Titanium, pour un americain, tu écris un français parfait !

A+

Titanium Dome
11-14-2005, 12:40 AM
bien sur que le groupe serait petit mais le fait que ça parle français peut attirer du monde.

Continuons, on verra ce que ça donne

Titanium, pour un americain, tu écris un français parfait !

A+

J'apprécie le tout que la France a fait pour l'Amérique. Nous avons notre liberté en raison de l'aide de nos amis français.

J'admire la France pour résister à la guerre en Irak, ainsi je suis heureux de vous écrire dans mon Français faible.

Maintenant, assez de politique! J'espère que vous pouvez attirer beaucoup qui parlent français aux discussions de JBL. :yes:

Maron Horonzakz
11-14-2005, 06:34 AM
French is a beautiful langwich but not from this planet.;)

BooBoo Magoo
11-14-2005, 08:58 AM
I'm stunned that we don't have a Spanish version. Isn't Spanish the language of choice in the U.S.A.?

morbo!
11-14-2005, 09:55 AM
well i got a suggestion for use all

i will get in even more trouble!!!!

but watch me

start translating it!!

¡comience a traducirlo!!

commencez à le traduire!!

inizi a tradurlo!!

or learn english

or we could learn every other laungauge on the planet!
that last one would be fun typing out 27 diffrent posts to keep everyone happy

Titanium Dome
11-14-2005, 10:50 AM
Unfortunately we weak and puny humans do not have your immense cerebral capacity. Perhaps only your friend, President Richard Nixon's Head, has a similarly immense brain among humans.

OTOH, you are stuck in LA on a stunningly bad news show, so why should we listen to you?

Morbo has no skull and a brain that pulsates in hot weather, kittens give him gas.

morbo!
11-14-2005, 10:56 AM
lololololololololololololololololol:applaud::rotfl ::rotfl::rotfl:

my good friend

WINDMILLS DO NOT WORK THAT WAY!GOODNIGHT

OTOH, you are stuck in LA on a stunningly bad news show, so why should we listen to you?

Hands up all those from a race thats mastered interplanetary travel!

duaneage
11-20-2005, 05:35 AM
하나가 너무 귀여워요~ㅋㅋ

How about a Korean Language forum?

spkrman57
11-20-2005, 06:16 AM
International thread for other than English speaking JBL fans.

Moderators would have a hard time on multi-language threads at times, maybe not!

Ron

:blink:

chad
11-20-2005, 07:44 AM
"French fry!!!"

"French dip!!"

"Eiffel Tower!!"

Ok, that is all the French I know. I apologize for my bad humor and lack of French language abilities. I would be willing to bet that there is a translator site of some sort on the web. Somewhere. Copy, paste, and voila... we "abla the same espanol."

:yes:

Uncle Paul
11-20-2005, 09:01 AM
After reading some of the more recent posts...
...could we have a forum in English, too?

Mr. Widget
11-20-2005, 09:41 AM
"French fry!!!"

"French dip!!"

"Eiffel Tower!!"

Ok, that is all the French I know. ..., and voila...

Liar, liar!!!:applaud:


Widget

alnico
11-20-2005, 10:11 AM
J'habite le Canada ( Québec city ) et bien sur j'approuverais le francais dans ce forum, étant moi même un fan incondionnel de JBL .


On pourrais nous laisser une petite place ou une section reservé aux gens qui parle le français car je suis sur qu"il y a beaucoup de gens qui vienne visité ce forum et qui ne peuvent écrire l'anglais ou même le lire .Bien sur avec le traducteur que l'on retrouve sur le web on se débrouille mais ça serais bien qu'il y aurais une petite section pour les francophones.

Alors les francophones manifester vous ..............................on verras bien.

Que vous soyez de la France ou Canada ou ailleur allez y .


Merci

Thanks...

Pierre-Marie
11-20-2005, 11:38 AM
+1:)


Pierre-marie

Titanium Dome
11-20-2005, 02:42 PM
Nous avons un tel endroit par défaut. Nous écrivons en anglais quand nous bidon pour participer aux amorçages ouverts. (Quel est le mot pour "thread" --l'amorçage ?)

Et quand commençant un amorçage en français, il doit-il rester en français, n'est-ce pas? Nous annonçons simplement : Cet amorçage est en français.

Par exemple : le 250Ti Jubilee (français).

alnico
11-20-2005, 07:07 PM
Merçi '' Titanium Dome '' , je pourrais traduire le mot thread par sujet, se qui veut dire par exemple le sujet du forum est JBL L-250 .( the thread of forum is JBL L-250 ) .


merci

duaneage
11-22-2005, 09:37 PM
We can have a French forum as long as the English translation is directly above it and in a larger font. Those living in Montreal are familiar with this rule for English in stores.

Alex Lancaster
11-23-2005, 06:13 AM
:) Duane, You got it right.

Titanium Dome
11-23-2005, 07:33 AM
We can have a French forum as long as the English translation is directly above it and in a larger font. Those living in Montreal are familiar with this rule for English in stores.

So, this is the recommendation: that those who speak or write French must first translate it into English, then post the English in a superior format before they may post their original thoughts in French in a lesser format.

C'est votre proposition? D'abord, ceux qui parlent ou écrivent français doivent le traduire en anglais. Alors ils doivent signaler la traduction en anglais dans un format supérieur. Pour finir ils peuvent signaler leurs pensées initiales en français dans un format inférieur.

¿Ésta es su oferta? Primero, los que hablan o escriben a francés deben traducirlo a inglés. Entonces deben fijar la traducción inglesa en un formato superior. Finalmente, pueden fijar sus pensamientos originales en francés en un formato inferior.

porschedpm
11-23-2005, 08:56 AM
This is what Webmaster Don had to say when the subject of making English the standard language came up back in Januarry 2005. I think his comments apply to this thread also.

"So far, I don't preceive a problem. This forum is an English language forum because that is the only language I speak and not because of any belief that it is the universal language that all must use. Nonetheless, it would become a problem if there were numerous multilingual threads. This prospect has the potential to fragment the forum which I would not like to see happen.

I think it should be recognized that there have been many significant contributions to this forum from members whose first language is not English and I would like to encourage this. If it means that a fellow countryman has to jump in and post in their native language on occaision, then I do not have a problem. Stating that all foreign correspondance should be through PM's is not workable. Most new members are not even aware of the PM feature when they join. Just explaining how it works in English could be impossible for those that only have a rudimentary understanding of the language.

To reiterate, right now, I do not perceive a problem. If the occaisional non English post helps new members to contribute, then this is a worthwhile tradeoff. However, I do not want to see the forum fragmented into numerous, linguistic factions.
__________________
Regards

Don McRitchie
Webmaster "

alnico
11-24-2005, 06:21 AM
Thank you for the precision:)

alnico;)

duaneage
11-24-2005, 07:25 AM
So, this is the recommendation: that those who speak or write French must first translate it into English, then post the English in a superior format before they may post their original thoughts in French in a lesser format.

C'est votre proposition? D'abord, ceux qui parlent ou écrivent français doivent le traduire en anglais. Alors ils doivent signaler la traduction en anglais dans un format supérieur. Pour finir ils peuvent signaler leurs pensées initiales en français dans un format inférieur.

¿Ésta es su oferta? Primero, los que hablan o escriben a francés deben traducirlo a inglés. Entonces deben fijar la traducción inglesa en un formato superior. Finalmente, pueden fijar sus pensamientos originales en francés en un formato inferior.

Of course you realize I was only farting around. Of course you do!

Yeah, that is how they do it in Quebec.

If the authorities (sometimes self appointed) enter a store and find English without larger font french, fines are handed out. No need for different colors and Spanish is not required.
The downside on this is that many products are not available because they require french labeling as well.

Lotus released a version of Lotus Notes that had French status messages on the server console, something only viewed by admins, becuase of the complaints it had no French. They also reduced security to 24 bit for that version, the French government wanted weak security on it.

Audiobeer
11-24-2005, 08:09 AM
What if the pilgrims had shot a cat to survive upon thier arrival? Enjoy your turkey folks! :D

porschedpm
11-24-2005, 11:38 AM
What if the pilgrims had shot a cat to survive upon thier arrival? Enjoy your turkey folks! :D

I think they would have found cats have more dark meat. And they taste just like chicken.

gerard
11-24-2005, 11:39 AM
May be the Jbl members could authorize anyone to speak the language of his choice .

If anybody wants to answer to, he can do it freely !!!!:o:

As far as this forum live and expand ....

Gerard

Steelyfan
11-24-2005, 02:49 PM
Liar, liar!!!:applaud:


Widget

Long time since I had such a good laugh
thank you for your priceless innuendo inspector Widget :)

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It is Mayonaise of course ! :D

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That reminds me, if there are any LHF members visiting Brussels,
please PM me, I will happily treat them to belgian fries (and beer).