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Polish your French (Posted on 2010-02-22) Difficulty: 4 of 5
I was treating my French friend to a glass of Jack Daniel's - straight, no water, no chaser. After my short "Cheers!" he wrote me the following note: " Je bis vore." What message did he try to convey?

  Submitted by Ady TZIDON    
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Originally:
"Mademoiselle Sophie (sauf i) je bois sans eau (sans o) a votre sans T (sans t)":
BIS = BOIS sans O(eau=water) drink without water:
a VORE= A VOTRE without T =A VOTRE SANTE=to your health:
JE BOIS sans eau A VOTRE SANTE-==> I drink without water to your health!

CHEERS!

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  Subject Author Date
Hints/TipsHint for Larry- partial spoilerAdy TZIDON2010-02-24 03:15:17
SolutionPossible solutionLarry2010-02-24 00:51:24
Questionre: A possible reply (No spoiler)Ady TZIDON2010-02-23 12:07:03
Hints/TipsA possible reply (No spoiler)Sam2010-02-22 18:16:41
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