I'm not sure how to translate this, as in As long as I eat right, I'll stay healthy. I could in theory easily use the French the equivalent of if I continue to but that phrase doesn't quite have the ...
What is the proper way to say “after yesterday” in French? For example, how would the phrase “How are you feeling after yesterday?” (meaning “after what happened yesterday”) translate into French? I ...
There are many other of these kinds of hyphenated words/phrases in English, which signify something or someone that will be a certain thing in the future; for example, "bride-to-be", "mother-to-be", ...