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Difference in usage between “prochaine”, “suivant” and “et puis”
I know the literal meaning of these words—next, following and “and then (?)” respectively. But today when I tried to say “next step” as “étape prochaine”, when I actually meant next step, I was ...
Aug 28 '13 at 17:11
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