For a phone number like this: 05 40 33 25 98 If you were to say it to someone, would you start: zéro-cinq quarante ... Or because phone numbers in France usually start with zero, just: ...
I notice that sometimes in songs, a final e is pronounced. For instance in the song "elle était si jolie" by Alain Barrière, jolie is pronounced as /ʒo.li.e/ instead of /ʒo.li/. What is that so?
In french language, there are many words which syntax are the same. Normally these words will be pronunciated with the same way, but it is not the case, for example ,for : Lemme Femme It is two ...
Why are the letters “s”, “t”, “p”, “d” (a mnemonic is to remember consonants in "stupid") silent when final — without a “e” at the end? I'm really confused. Any reasonable explanation is appreciated.