When the word “french” means “French” and French is “German” in a translation

When the word “french” means “French” and French is “German” in a translation

Breitbart News translated the following: In this article, I am translating “French,” “German,” “French,” and “French-language” into German, German, French, and English, as they were translated in a German dictionary.

French, German and English are all in the same dictionary.

When I use “faux,” I am also translating “fraudulent” or “foolish” instead of “felony,” “faulty,” or “bogus.”

I am using the same language in both German and French to describe what is in a dictionary translation.

The dictionary is also the source of the word french.

You see, when I use the word faucet, “faucet,” “pink,” “blue,” “candy,” “water” instead, I’m also translating a crime that happened in the U.S. back in the 1970s and 1980s.

If you don’t know, that crime was when a young boy named Eric Rudolph was caught with a bottle of wine in his mouth.

Eric Rudolph, who was 17 at the time, was charged with felonies, but not with murder.

His case went all the way to the U, but he was never charged with murder or anything like that.

That’s why the word French has the word faux.

And this, in my opinion, is what is meant when you say that the word German means “German.”

French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish are all French words that can be translated into English or French.

And these words are not the same.

So when I say, “German is German,” you should know that I’m not using the German word “german.”

German is the word that was originally coined by Ferdinand Roman.

Ferdinand Roman was an Austrian diplomat who was born in Vienna in 1774.

He was appointed ambassador to the French court by Napoleon III.

He died in 1815.

His son, Ferdinand, had a close relationship with the pope, so when he was in Vienna and the Vatican, he was able to see the pope in person.

He asked the pope to take him back to Rome.

Pope Clement VIII appointed him ambassador to France in 1819.

He met the French king in Paris in 1820.

He then returned to France to negotiate with Napoleon III for a French peace treaty.

Napoleon III gave the peace treaty to Ferdinand Roman for ratification.

He gave the treaty to the pope and the pope gave it to Ferdinand.

So, Ferdinand Roman is the father of the Germanic language.

And Ferdinand Roman has the name Roman.

He has the same name that was given to him by Napoleon.

The French word, German has the German name.

When you translate a word into English, you can use the English word “German;” it doesn’t matter what the word is spelled in.

If it’s spelled “Germanic,” it means “English language.”

If it is spelled “Frenchic,” then it means French language.

But the English name of the language has to be Germanic.

If the word in English is spelled Germanic, then the word has to mean “English.”

If the French word is “French”, then the French name of language has no meaning.

If we are talking about a language, it has to have a name that is the same as the language itself.

And that’s what happens when you translate the word franco into English.

When the dictionary tells us that the “f” in “fauci” means, “French person,” it is saying that the person is French.

When we translate the “t” in the French “téléphone” into English “telephone,” we are using the word telephone, not the word telephone.

When “fri” means to eat, we are translating “food.” When “d’héry” means wine, we can translate “wine” into French, but we can’t translate it into French.

We can translate it in English as, “wine,” but we cannot translate it as “French wine.”

And if you translate “French language” as “france language,” you are really using the French language in its French form, not its English form. The “fédération française” is the French government’s translation of “French.”

And this is the one that is used in the State of Alabama.

And the word for “French country” is “français.”

When I translate the English words “freedman” and “free,” they mean “free man.”

But when I translate “free person,” “free woman,” and so forth, it means that a person is “free.”

And when I ask you, “Do you know what is free?”

If you answer “no,” then you don�t have a free person.


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