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Québec, Canada

3 years, 8 months ago at Oct 16 20:26
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The province of Québec is where I live, a beautiful place with beautiful landscapes of nature. I live in the country. I love taking pictures of those wonderful scenes...


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Swearsaurus (3 places items)

" The Quebecois have what are called "sacres". They are the uniquely Quebecois swear words and phrases, which are said to be the product of a long history of no separation of church and state. It was only in the 1960s that the Quebecois turned away from the Catholic church en masse. The Basics: Tabarnac - "tabernacle" Hostie - "host" (as in communion host) Hostie toastée - "toasted host" Câlisse - "chalice" Interesting fact: There is a Belgian movie entitled "Calvaire" (Calvary). "Calv"


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"Quebecois French Quebecois French and France French are different enough from each other that Quebecois movies shown in France need French subtitles. The pronunciation is different and much of the vocabulary is from the Normandy of the 18th century. Like Australia for English, Quebec is a linguistic time capsule. "


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