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最常用法语口语学习 (二十三)

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最常用法语口语学习 (二十三)

 

 

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I FEEL UPSET

J'ai les boules! Lit. I've got the balls. French people feel anger swell in them through some glands that they have in the back of their throat, which they call les boules. This expression can be completed by an appropriate gesture:

1.Hold two imaginary pétanque balls, one in each hand.
2.Then repetitively shake your hands in front of your neck, as if enormously swollen glands were growing out of your throat.
3.Say j'ai les boules!
4.Any swearword is welcome, before or after.

J'ai la haine! Lit. I've got hatred. I feel hatred within me. Definitely stronger than j'ai les boules. With this expression, it's impossible for your friends not to take you seriously. They will get the message that today is not the right day to mess with you.

Super
J'ai super les boules/la haine!

Je suis vert(e)! Lit. I'm green! Traditionally, red is the colour associated with anger. Green is probably the next stage up, the colour that your face turns to when you reach a level of utmost anger and consternation. So much so that it makes you feel sick, hence the other expression: Je suis écœuré(e).


I FEEL EXHAUSTED

Je suis nase. I'm knackered. Like its opposite la pêche, it is found in dictionaries and therefore used and understood by all.

Je suis nase-broque. The origin and therefore the spelling of the suffix broque is rather uncertain - it may well come from broke/broken - but what it actually means is not important: it sounds good.

Je suis décalqué(e) Lit. I'm traced.

Je suis explosé(e). Lit. I'm exploded.

Je suis fracassé(e) Lit. I'm smashed.


Ending -o to refer to professions

Un charlot: Refers to the classic character played by Charlie Chaplin. Usually describes someone unreliable, who can't be taken seriously.

Un clodo: a tramp. Short for the official word un clochard.

Un intello: an intellectual. Short for un intellectuel, of which there are many in France.

Un proprio: a landlord. Short for un propriétaire. Universally hated.

Un musicos: a musician. It's cool to pronounce the 's', both in the singular and plural, (des musicos).
 


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