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Le French Foreign Legion
"Je m'appelle Capitaine Plodette of Le French Foreign Legion. I know a leetle English which will help me explain to you the language barriers I face when I train new recruits from around the world. Help me to translate pleeze."
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I have a new recruit from Spain and I am trying to explain that the French Foreign Legion has been active since 10th March 1831. What is the Spanish word for the month "March"?
New recruits from Portugal are being instructed on fitness and discipline as part of their training to become a soldier in the French Foreign Legion. What is the Portuguese word for "soldier"?
Since the French Foreign Legion was established in 1831, more than 210,000 volunteers have come from Germany. What is the German word for the country "France"?
The French are known for their sense of fashion and the new recruits of the French Foreign Legion have to be kitted out in uniform, including their new "kepi". What is a "kepi"?
The Irish are known for their luck, from the green shamrock to the green leprechaun. It is no surprise that these new recruits for the French Foreign Legion wear their green berets with pride. What is the Irish word for "green"?
I am having a few problems with a Finnish recruit of the French Foreign Legion who is afraid of heights. I made him wear his parachute before I pushed him out of the aeroplane! What is the Finnish word for "parachute"?
After finishing a hard days training, I instruct all my Italian recruits to head back to their barrack to polish their shoes and clean their uniform. What is the Italian word for "barrack"?
It is now the best time of day and time to nourish our tired bodies with food. A new group of Romanian recruits in the French Foreign Legion have cooked us "sarmale". What is "sarmale"?
Stuffed cabbage rolls
Each new recruit in the French Foreign Legion is taught the "Legionnaire's Code of Honour". Can you translate the first line from English into French?
"Légionnaire, you are a volunteer serving France with honour and fidelity."
Légionnaire, vous avez emprunté la radio de Françoise en haute fidélité
Légionnaire, tu es un volontaire, servant la France avec honneur et fidélité
Légionnaire, vous avez demandé Françoise pour les directions de la mer
Légionnaire, tu es un travailleur gagner de l'argent pour les arachides, sans heures supplémentaires
"Legio Patria Nostra" is one of the mottos of the French Foreign Legion. What is the nearest translation from Latin into English?
The Legion is our Fatherland
Never go to a doctor whose office plants have died
Energizer bunny arrested, charged with battery
Wear short sleeves! Support your right to bare arms!
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Compiled Oct 26 14