French-Canadians aka Québécois speak french in a way that no outsider understands. It is a special communist coded language created to help Stalin defeat the US troops. It ressembles french a little, but the pronounciation is different, and some vocabulary is different. Here are some examples if you want to speak the Québécois language (pronounciation in parenthesis):
- They are very polite and often say "tabarnak" (ta-ber-nach), which means "thank you".
- When speaking in the second person, always use "tu" twice like in "tu veux tu".
- When meeting a girl, always say "crisse de plotte" (chris the plot) when leaving, which means you had a pleasant evening.
- You should always try to dress like a "chienne a jacques" (she-N-ah-jach).
- When asking someone if they speak english, just ask "etes-vous une tête carée?" (het-vuu--un--teet--ka-ray)