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  Posted: 01-Sep-2005, 06:30 AM
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hey !!!! my name's justine i'm 14 and i live in massy a little city near paris !!! m y life is really boring since i've discovered the celtic world !!!! now i'm always listenning to celtic music, i'm fond of riverdance ,lord of the dance, the dubliners,pub songs !!!! I LOVE IRISH MUSIC !!!! ... and i'm trying to leran irish and gaelic scottish , but i need ur help if u speak it !!!! i love languages, and scot people ... say that for my bf !!! well i would like to improve my english tto !!! so !!!!( s'cuse if there are plenty of mistakes ..... sad.gif )
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xxxx from this silly country called france !!!
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Posted: 01-Sep-2005, 08:58 AM
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Hey! But France is full of Celtic stuffs! I know plenty of sites, and okay, even if Britanny is the stronghold of Celtic culture in France there are many places to visit! Je suis un étudient de la Suède, qui aime les langues, et maintenat j'étudie francais, anglais, allemand et espagnole! Je cherche un person qui parle francais, Je vous écrive en francais, et vous me écrives an anglais! Maybe we can write about Celtic culture and other stuffs! I love Riverdance, and I always listen to Capercaillie, as well as celtic folk!!! I study Scottish Gaelic and I think it's soooooooo fun!

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Posted: 08-Sep-2005, 06:05 PM
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Welcome to our little world, Justine!

A couple of years ago I was in Pont L'Abbe on a painting trip with a group of artists, and I'll always remember seeing Celtic designs on the ancient doorway at a church there in the little town... I later found out that there really was a wider-spread Celtic influence even into France than I had ever known about.

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Posted: 08-Sep-2005, 06:46 PM
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Failte/bienvenu, Justine!

The whole of northern France (le pays de mes ancêtres, pas loin de Cherbourg) is nordic and celtic, don't let 'em tell you it's not. No place on that coast that didn't have a bad case of invading longboats. Va-t'en, chérie, go look in the mirror -- that twinkle in your pretty eyes, that's a viking looking out of the left and a gael in the right. wink.gif
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Welcome to Celtic Radio Justine! I hope you enjoy the music as well as the wonderful people here.. Enjoy!

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Posted: 08-Oct-2005, 02:51 PM
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QUOTE (BBmouthmouth @ 01-Sep-2005, 06:30 AM)
hey !!!! my name's justine i'm 14 and i live in massy a little city near paris !!! m y life is really boring since i've discovered the celtic world !!!! now i'm always listenning to celtic music, i'm fond of riverdance ,lord of the dance, the dubliners,pub songs !!!! I LOVE IRISH MUSIC !!!! ... and i'm trying to leran irish and gaelic scottish , but i need ur help if u speak it !!!! i love languages, and scot people ... say that for my bf !!! well i would like to improve my english tto !!! so !!!!( s'cuse if there are plenty of mistakes ..... sad.gif )
well really need ur help !!
xxxx from this silly country called france !!!
cheers Guinness and beer_mug.gif !!!!!!!




Love u harry !

Well just about every nation I've been to is better then France in my opinion.


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QUOTE (Nova Scotian @ 08-Oct-2005, 02:51 PM)
QUOTE (BBmouthmouth @ 01-Sep-2005, 06:30 AM)
hey !!!! my name's justine i'm 14 and i live in massy a little city near paris !!! m y life is really boring since i've discovered the celtic world !!!! now i'm always listenning to celtic music, i'm fond of riverdance ,lord of the dance, the dubliners,pub songs !!!! I LOVE IRISH MUSIC  !!!! ... and i'm trying to leran irish and gaelic scottish , but i need ur help if u speak it !!!! i love languages, and scot people ... say that for my bf !!! well i would like to improve my english tto !!! so !!!!( s'cuse if there are plenty of mistakes ..... sad.gif )
well really need ur help !!
xxxx from this silly country called france !!!
cheers Guinness and  beer_mug.gif !!!!!!!




Love u harry !

Well just about every nation I've been to is better then France in my opinion.

Just joking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have a few French friends. They're good people.
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Posted: 08-Oct-2005, 08:42 PM
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A belated welcome to you, justine! So glad you found us! The music here is indeed wonderful, and the people are some of the nicest to be found anywhere on the net! By the way, I moderate the both the Brittany and Celtic Languages forums and would love to have you come in and take a look around over there! I also am a student of Scottish Gaelic! And I msut say I think you are doing VERY well with your English! Keep up the good work!

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Posted: 09-Oct-2005, 02:31 PM
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Welcome to the sight. I think it's great you live in Europe. I love europe. Anyway, welcome to the sight. Enjoy.

My french is terrible, I can read it but I can't speak it. So sorry. I speak english really well. haha!


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