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By boner - / Monday 1 February 2010 20:51 / United States
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  Regnard_fml  |  0

Actually, it's "je suis heureux"; "I am happy". You can't have happiness, at least in French. You can also say "J'ai beaucoup de bonheur dans ma vie"; "I have loads of happiness in my life", but it's usually in the past tense "J'ai eu beaucoup de bonheur..."; "I had loads of happiness..." And yeah, that's it for French class, now.

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  hothotheat_  |  13

uhm actually 178 you can say "I have (insert emotion here.)" like J'ai faim. which means I'm hungry. I don't know if that works for happiness or not though.

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  Regnard_fml  |  0

Being hungry is not an emotion. You can't say "J'ai de la tristesse"; "I have sadness" or any other emotions. Unless you're speaking lolcats. #187, yeah, I'm living in the province of Quebec x')

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  digibenho  |  0

Regnard.. you rock :P moi aussi je vis là.. mais c'est toujours drôle de voir des Anglophones essayer de parler Français :P and OP : Je porte une ceinture.

By  sweetapples  |  0

WOW that sucks. what were u doing, thinking about doing your GF?? but anyway that suxs

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  JManHobbs  |  0

What are you talking about #23? He was just talking about how OP's siuation sucks. Way to look like a douche by trying to squeeze what you think is a profound quote in totally the wrong context.

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  boatkicker  |  4

Was that a failure of a Voltaire reference, #23? Or Evelyn Beatrice Hall? I'm sure if I thought about it, I could come up with one somewhat more relevant.

By  KamilleBlack  |  3

Dude, you shoulda whispered in your teachers ear. "Je ne peux pas me lever Monsieur. J'ai un erection." A+ for oral. As long as u speak the language, the teachers happy. Not as happy as you are but happy still xD

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