Category : Science and Education
Archive   : OLEBON.ZIP
Filename : FR10.DAT

 
Output of file : FR10.DAT contained in archive : OLEBON.ZIP
I am French
Je suis fran‡ais
zhuh swE frah¤ se
Am I French? (seldom used form)
Suis-je fran‡ais?
swEzh frah¤ se
Is it that I am French?
Est-ce que je suis fran‡ais?
es kuh zhuh swE frah¤ se (est-ce = es)
You are American
Vous ˆtes am‚ricain
vU zA tA zah mA rE ke¤
Are you American?
Etes-vous am‚ricain?
A tA vU zah me rE ke¤
Is it that you are American? (f)
Est-ce que vous ˆtes am‚ricaine?
es kuh vU zA tA zah mA rE ken (no ~ for fem.)
He is tall. Is he tall?
Il est grand. Est-il grand?
El e grah¤. e tEl grah¤
She is tall. Is she tall?
Elle est grande. Est-elle grande?
el e grah¤d. e tel grah¤d
Is it that he is tall?
Est-ce qu'il est grand?
es kEl e grah¤
Is it that she is tall?
Est-ce qu'elle est grande?
es kel e grah¤d
The boys are strong. Are they strong?
Les gar‡ons sont forts. Sont-ils forts?
lA gahr sO¤ sO¤ for. sO¤ tEl for
Is it that they are strong?
Est-ce qu'ils sont forts?
es kEl sO¤ for
It is white. Is it white?
Il est blanc. Est-il blanc?
E le blah¤. e tEl blah¤
Is it that it is white?
Est-ce qu'il est blanc?
es kEl e blah¤
They are black. Are they black?
Ils sont noirs. Sont-ils noirs?
El sO¤ nwahr. sO¤ tEl nwahr
Is it that they are noirs. Est-ce qu'ils sont noirs?
es kEl sO¤ nwahr
They are grey. Are they grey? (f)
Elles sont grises. Sont-elles grises?
el sO¤ grEz. sO¤ tel grEz
The flower is red. Is it red? (f)
La fleur est rouge. Est-elle rouge?
lah fleuhr e rUzh. e tel rUzh
Is it that it is red?
Est-ce qu'elle est rouge?
es kel e rUzh
Is it that I am tall? (f)
Est-ce que je suis grande?
es kuh zhuh swE grah¤d


  3 Responses to “Category : Science and Education
Archive   : OLEBON.ZIP
Filename : FR10.DAT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/