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Le dictionnaire Anglais- Québecois A lire à voix haute :
Excuse me ! Eille !
I don't believe it. Ben wéyon don.
What's new ? Pis ?
Check that out. Garsa.
Look at her. Gar ladon.
Look at him. Gar lédon.
Do you believe me? Tum'crétu ?
Do you think I care ? Quessé tu veux ksamfasse ?
Me and You. Moé pis Toé.
I'm gonna yell at him. M'a y parler dans l'casse.
I'm gonna beat him up. M'a yarranger la face.
I'm gonna beat you up. M'a t’ crisser'n volée.
15a. You're kidding me ! Vadontoé !
You're kidding me ! Vadonchier !
It stinks. Ostid'câlisse.
I was scared. Jé eu à chienne.
Get out of there. Ôte toé d'la.
Get out of here. Décâlisse d'icitte.
What are you doing ? Kessé tufai ?
I 'm spaced out. Chudanlune.
Right there Drette là
Don't go out of your way Ba’de toé zenpa
Let's say Mèton
Can you believe it ? Tatu déjovusa ?
Move your ass ! Anweille !
It looks that way Saadlair’assah
I tell you Ch’tedi
I am so confused Chutoute fourré
I am so tired J'cogne dé clous
Look at that guy Tchek moélédon
A lot of trouble Un châr demarde
I’m in trouble Chui danslamarde
It's because Stackôse ke
I don’t care Mensak
That's enough Stacé
See you later Mott'wère talleur
Relax ! Cammtoué
Damn ! Viarge !
Shit! Calisse detabarnak
She's crying À brâille
She doesn’t loves me Amaimepu
Make believe S'fair’acraire
This is it Datsitte! Salut.
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