Tout reste à faire (French Edition)

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  1. Pierre Beaumarchais
  2. Voyage à Hawaii - Que faire pendant ses vacances à Hawaii ?
  3. Select your language and place of delivery
  4. Une escapade à Hawaii

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Formulas to follow depending upon your situation. You are on holiday, or staying temporarily in France. Your principal residence is in France and you work or have worked in a European country. In this case, please, provide us with form E S1 in duplicate. You can claim it to the National Health System of your country. On receipt of form E, please, provide us with : the printed form application for the right to health insurance S - obtainable from the CPAM ; birth certificates for you and your family wife, husband, children, etc.

These can be found readily available in your French cheque book. Your principal residence is in France, and you collect a retirement pension or disability pension. You must also give us : the printed form application for the right to health insurance S ; birth certificates for yourself and all members of your family ; marriage certificate ; passport or ID copies ; proof of residency Utility Bills, rental contract,etc. Your principal residence and your salaried work activity are in France.

Following this declaration, please, provide us with the following documents, before proceeding with your affiliation : the printed form application for the right to health insurance S ; copy of your work contract or your last pay slips ; birth certificates for yourself and all members of your family ; marriage certificate ; passport or ID copies ; proof of residency Utility Bills, rental contract, etc.

These can be found readily available in your French cheque book ; your first pay slip. Your principal residence is in France, you no longer benefit from social security in any European country. You are doing your university or advanced studies in France and you are coming from a EEA member state. You must also provide us with : printed form application for the right to health insurance S ; school or university certificate student card, certificate, etc.

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Your European company have seconded you to a job in France. You are working in France on secondment from a European company. In order that your medical expenses are taken care of, you need to provide the following documents to the caisse d'assurance maladie in your area : form E A1 ; your European Health Insurance Card EHIC ; birth certificates for yourself and all members of your family ; copy of your passport or ID ; proof of residency Utility Bills, rental contract, etc.

You live a EEA member state and your family lives more or less permanently in France. So that they may receive reimbursement for medical expenses, please, provide us with : the form application for the right to health insurance S ; form E S1 in duplicate ; birth certificates for yourself and all members of your family ; passports copies ; proof of residency Utility Bill, rental contract, etc.

From January 1st , if you are starting this activity, you should make contact with your local Chambre de Commerce and you will also have to send the following documents to your local CPAM for your healthcare coverage : the printed form application for the right to health insurance S ; birth certificates for yourself and all members of your family ; marriage certificate ; passport or ID copies ; proof of residency Utility Bills, rental contract, etc.

Edit : I'm not sure if you have put as well "mdr" which means "mort de rire" dead from laughing, or in English it would be "lol". Yes, there's the famous mdr, but we use "lol" also.

Pierre Beaumarchais

It would be very useful if you make one with Spanish messaging language, because Spanish people use it more than French or maybe it shocks me because I can't understand Spanish messaging, lol. As far, I've seen "q" for "que" in Spanish, rather than "ke". I'm a university teacher in Mexico, believe me "ke " is definitely used among teens, and it actually bothers me more than "q" because at least "q " starts with the right letter :D I think the real problem is when their texting world crosses over to their school world and I end up with their homework full of "k"s and "q"s.

I saw com DAB on a french friend's facebook page a message on her wall from one of her friends.

Voyage à Hawaii - Que faire pendant ses vacances à Hawaii ?

Comme d'habitude fits the sentence so I assume that was the intention. I don't know how common it is though or whether it is a little joke between the two of them. Yes, I will add it, thanks! It's "come dab", or "kom dab", or any other phonetic spelling. It's very common, in informal speech too. It comes from the business world, which acquired a lot of english language. There's another version for "lol", I don't add it, but it's "lawl", and "trololol", very inronic. Right, and we can also let the english speaking world discover the amazing "mortdelol", built on the same way.

Do you have an abbreviation for this? And it could be "mordemordelol" later? I don't think it has any abreviation but I'm sure I read it on the internet What are your hobbies? Do you like internet games or anything else? And your age? The native here can help you to find a French communauty interested by the same thing than you, and same age than you, and you'll find a lot of friends, it's easy. Merci, I'm in the range of age. I don't play video games, only study French. I play sports and exercise a lot, too basketball is the sport I play most. I was hoping you like games, because to play online games in French, is a very good way to learn informal French!

Try this one, is a community of game, but little games, only one of them takes time, it's the RPG called "mush", all the other ones are played in 5 minutes , you can log in with your Google account, if you want, after registring. Oh, I would love to play online games in French! And thanks for helping me!

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Do you recommend any sites for games?? Try the one I posted "twinoid" also available in English, and if you log in with the English interface, you can still see the French speaking gamers. Playsthe mini-games, and add friends randomly you pick random names, checking on their profiles they're French , you will have their activity stream on your page like the page "activity" here on Duo. You can comment what they say. Example: you have a message on your activity page that one of them won a game, even if you don't know him, post a "good game! They will be very happy to practice their English.

This communauty is very friendly, and their age is around Qu'est-ce que tu aimes faire? Comment vous donner des nouvelles Les quatre saisons de Piquot Avec les mots du dimanche Combien de fois faut-il parler d'amour Un jour, je ferai mon grand cerf-volant Mets donc tes plus belles chansons ensemble CD 3 Avec les vieux mots Quand la tendresse Ah!

Une escapade à Hawaii

Le chant du portageur Le temps qu'il fait En descendant la rue St-Jean J'ai sur ma table de travail Tit Nor Mais le voyage Ah! La source - Mais la source On ne sait jamais Pendant que les bateaux Le mots du dimanche - Mais l'amour dans les chansons Quand je reviendrai Vivre debout' Poetry portal.

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