It was a quick, if not painless, method of learning French, and Jack spoke a fine joual
Vincent and Maurice Mitchell, the Ottawa-based director of operations, switched to joual
(French-Canadian slang) to get a bit of privacy, the line was immediately cut.
Actualites Eecrit par Brahim Zarkani S oukaina Joual
est nee en 1990, vit et travaille a Fes.
The 1968 production of Les Belles Soeurs marked the first time that a play written entirely in joual
had ever been performed on such a large scale.
Rabii R, Joual
A, Rais H, Fekak H, Moufid K, Bennani S, et al.
Demonstrating this eloquence for a general readership is tricky, of course, since Kerouac was writing in his native joual
, but Johnson does trace some cross-over between French and English in Kerouac's own translations of certain passages (390).
Aboutaieb R, Joual
A, Ousehal A, el-Mrini M, Benjelloun S.
un 'black-dude' la, il est comme assimile, tse, il faut qu'il parle joual
Encore une fois, les pratiques orales restent des plus importantes chez Winfried Siemerling, alors qu'il prete une attention particuliere au joual
, ce << vernaculaire quebecois >> (203).
From Quebec herself, translator Gaboriau is well suited to wrangle the famously nationalist playwright's revolutionary use of joual
, a raw working-class dialect of Montreal, into an English equivalent on stage.
El principio del capitulo se centra en estudiar el uso del joual
(frances quebequense) por parte de los escritores y en especial en el teatro.
They frequently speak in joual
(5) and in a number of cases are virtually inarticulate even if, on occasion, their language attains expressive power and, in moments of high emotion, can border on the poetic.