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Hello,
My name is Julien, I'm 17 years old and I'm French. :)
I'm cars fan and particularly of Renault (see www.planeterenault.com >>> Forum), but also a fan of Kylie Minogue... :eek:
So, I'm here to know if someone is interested to correspond with me...
I want to perfect my english (very bad).
The principle is that I write in english and that my correspondent answers in english or in french to correct my errors...
I'm want also to discover the english culture and the english vision of the world. :rolleyes:

Thank you.

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Salut! You're English looks very good to me! Welcome to RenaultForums!

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scen1c said:
Anyone who is a fan of Kylie is welcome here! :d
Certainly makes up for the fact that you are French :devil:





::Only joking of course. Welcome to the forum Julien. I'd love to help you but my English is as bad as my French :d
 
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Something to look foward to then!

The first car I bought at 19 was a Renault 5 GT Turbo chipped to 150bhp!

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Salute - I would be interested to hear if you can get prices for Renault car parts so we can compare against the UK prices ??

As for Kylie - Nice Calenders but still remember when so was just a soap start turned Stock,Aiken & Waterman money spinner.
 

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Salute - I would be interested to hear if you can get prices for Renault car parts so we can compare against the UK prices ??

As for Kylie - Nice Calenders but still remember when so was just a soap start turned Stock,Aiken & Waterman money spinner.
You want for what Renault car ?
 

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Sorry but I have a question:

We can say "to count on something" but can we say "to count on somebody" ?

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Yes - but we would normally say "to rely on somebody" (or even better "to rely on someone") I suppose :)

Your English is SO much better than my French!
 
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