Can anyone help me with the portion in minute 7:00.
"Et la maudite tempête là ! Y est tombé 30 centimètres de neige c'te nuit ! Pis là on n'en entend pas parler, là ? Mais quand y neige à Paris, là, c'est l'drame ! Moi j'dis j'suis plus capable de c'te frais là ! Ah ouais, et pis, cerise sur l'sunday, y avait plus d'électricité depuis hier matin d'la cabane ! Y faisait frais, maudit ! Fa'que laisser faire le ski-doo et pis la pêche au trou là ? J'm'en suis r'tournée chez nous"
English approximate translation :
"What a hell of a tempest ! It snowed 30 centimeters of snow in one night ! And nodoby talks about it ? But when it's snowing in Paris, yeah, it's a whole drama ! I tell you : I can't stand this cold anymore. Ah yeah, and the icing on the cake : There was no electricity since yesterday morning in the house. It was cold as hell. The only things to do were wandering in a snowmobile or go fishing in the iced lake. Well, I got back home !"
Thank you so much! Could you recommend any website or way to learn Quebecois?
I don't find anything like dedicated websites, in English, to learn Québécois.
If you know French, this video will surely help you : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9rh3lqdtT0
Otherwise, try to listen to french-Canadian programs. When I was younger, I died of laughters watching "Les Têtes à Claques". It's a canadian serie, and it's defenitely a good way to learn the language (pronounciation, intonation, vocabulary etc). Plus, it's really funny.
My personnal favorite : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHT_T-Q85aI
Thank you for your recommendation!
I will start to watch it right away.