Recently, I've been around native French speakers on a daily basis and constantly hear phrases like “Ah! d'accord, okay”, but from my (very basic) understanding of French, they mean the same thing. ...
I would like to know how to translate “so to speak” in French. So far, the only thing I can come up with is disons que.
Specifically, what is the meaning of affaire in this sentence?
Which sentence is correct? Il est riche, tout du moins, il a de l'argent. Or Il est riche, à tout le moins, il a de l'argent. In general people say "tout du moins", but in books I read "à ...
I've seen Une vie de chat, and there is a moment when the thief talks to the girl, and asks her name, and she doesn't reply, and then the thief asks "Tu ne veux pas me parler, t'as donné ta langue aux ...