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Old 10-02-2009, 11:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Il fait froid, ça ne démarre pas, mais encore…

Ce matin j’ai eu un petit frisson en sortant de chez moi à 6h30. Tout comme le soleil qui tranquillement sombre dans l’horizon, c’était un rappel qu’inévitablement la température se dirigera bientôt sous zéro.

Et qui dit températures froides dit souvent démarrages difficiles. Pour éviter une surprise désagréable, on peut utiliser un chauffe bloc-moteur qui facilitera le démarrage. Mais les avantages d’un chauffe bloc-moteur ne s’arrêtent par là! [Lire la suite...]

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Old 10-02-2009, 12:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I found an internet gadget that writes french.

Je ne parle pas ou écris le français, mais j'ai vraiment trouvé un traducteur. Les travaux de bloc de locomotive, mais il utilise alot d'électricité et du contraste de comment ghot il travaille dans le froid glacial a quelques risques. J'ai utilisé celui. Je crois qu'il lutte contre la transmission quand le moteur est chaud. J'ai cassé des choses dans l'échange de chaleur vaste.

comment est le français mt ? trouvé un ion de gadget le web pour traduire.
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Old 10-02-2009, 01:01 PM   #3 (permalink)
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That translator you used is really bad. You might give translate.googe.com a try. I've had good luck with it in the past. In the meantime you can just post what you want to say in English and I'll translate it myself.
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Old 10-02-2009, 02:18 PM   #4 (permalink)
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yahoo's BabelFish isn't much better.. It's broken, at best. Someone with a good understanding of the nuances of spoken language in general could figure it out, though.

Since I don't remember years back when I took French in HS, I can only assume you're speaking casual French here; as opposed to "book proper" French, which most translators expect to find?
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I write pretty much all my articles in formal French with some figures of style now and then. Maybe the translators do not like that much.

Would you guys like to read English versions of my blog posts BTW? It's pretty much basic hypermiling stuff. I like to think of it as elaborated hypermiling tips, but maybe it could be of some interest.
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Oh, I'm sure we could stand reading your posts in English proper... I listen to lectures on audio while I'm on here all night, so why not read another post detailing the things that I know, in another person's perspective?

Perspective is a very important thing, IMO. No two people will view the same set of information in exactly the same way, and when placed in someone else's perspective, a fact or tidbit may make more sense to you than in your own view.
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J'ai toujours voulu installer un chauffe-bloc, mais je ne connait personne qui s'en est servi sur une Geo Metro, alors je ne sait pas quelle "watts" d'acheter. S'il y a quelqu'un qui s'en sert sur une Geo, je serait toutes oreilles!!
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vpoppv, envois un PM à Darin (MetroMPG).

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