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cable6 could be what you are looking for: cable6 est un système de billet électronique simple basé sur l'échange d'image où n'importe qui peut écrire un commentaire ou partager des images. Les utilisateurs sont anonymes et n'ont besoin d'aucun compte pour participer. De plus la modération est légère et offre une grande liberté d'expression. ...


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I'm not sure of any particular current titles, but the "genre" of soap operas in French could be helpful. My wife learned a lot from watching American soap operas when she first arrived here 36 years ago. They moved so slowly from one episode to the next (even from one week/month/year to the next!), that the constant, albeit annoying, repetition served ...


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Je te conseille de regarder des dessins animés en français. J'ai appris le français courant en utilisant ce moyen. Disney Channel diffuse beaucoup de programmes en français — mais même si tu trouveras les programmes enfantins, c’est bien d’en regarder, comme le langage utilisé est pour les enfants. Regarde la chaîne TF1. Il y a beaucoup de programmes ...


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I just checked in my Multi Dictionnaire de la langue française and noticed that word with a vulgar meaning often comes with the mention Fam for Familier. Althrough, familiar words are not all vulgar.


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To come sexually = jouir I'm going to come = Je vais jouir An orgasm = une jouissance


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Short of finding a sex related lexicon which would also showcase usage1, I suggest research. From the entries in the Trésor, Littré and Grand Larousse we don't find what you're looking for, but some figurative meanings are insightful, in particular the idea of aboutissement (the "coming to the end/tip" i.e. to the conclusion). In the Dictionnaire historique ...


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I tried that Collins dictionary page for jouir. It says, (= bénéficier) jouir de [calme, prérogative] to enjoy (sexuellement) to reach orgasm, to come Perhaps that shows that if a verb has a sufficiently-common and not-too-vulgar meaning, then that's listed in Collins. It translates clope and bourré as well, so it seems to do common slang.



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