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    A weird thing to say

    OK. so Guy 1 saves Guy 2's life. And Guy 2 says this:
    "Merci, [b]c'

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    Hey!! It has been a long time!

    So...

    C'

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    Hey pendragon, I really do appreciate the time you take to help me with these things.

    Thanks so much.

    I guess I would translate beurk as blah

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    No problem I'm here for that! I'm getting started with studying my exams and there is a lot of material in english so it's good for me to train my skills anyway!

    And thanks for the help! Now I know how to express reluctance

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    Re: A weird thing to say

    "C etait moins une"

    ou "JE L AI ECHAPPE BELLE!" That was close! (to a disaster for instance)

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    "Ick" or "yuck" would be other good english translations of "beurk"

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