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Citer des enregistrements de musique classique

Dans une discographie propre à une œuvre donnée (donc qui dispense de préciser le compositeur, la date de composition et le nom de l’œuvre même), comment doit-on citer les différentes informations ...
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Origin of French verbs conjugation

My question is about the history of the conjuagation of french verbs. How did french verbs get the endings they have today in different tenses? There are some interesting facts in this field I managed ...
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Content outside of Rosetta Stone. At what level or unit would the average user be able to comprehend French conversation or French Middle School Novel

I am interested in ordering a few French books, such as an atlas with a lot of pictures and a basic biography. I am in the 3rd unit of the first level of Rosetta Stone, so not to far along. For ...
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Good and simple book series for beginners like Oxford Bookworms series

As an English learner, I found Oxford "Bookworms series" and "Dominoes" very useful to enhance my reading skill and my English vocabulary. For example, about Bookworms series, each book in the series ...
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« soit » : Comment a-t-il evolué pour se séparer ?

soit = {verbe} [V]1. (Mathématiques) Supposons que … est. Note d’usage : Introduit ou pose un nouvel objet mathématique. {conjunction} [C]1. Ou. Quelquefois, au lieu de répéter ...
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Étymologie de « mais » : Son sens, est-il devenu adverse?

Ma recherche initiale sur l'étymologie de « désormais » (adv. de temps) m'a dévoilé une définition de mais comme davantage, ci-dessus. Dès,   or ou ore, heure (voy. OR),   et   mais [=] ...
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Étymologie de « orthopédique »

[orthopedic (adj.) ] [<--] 1840, from French orthopédique, from orthopédie, coined by French physician Nicholas Andry (1658-1742), from Greek orthos "straight, correct" (see ortho-) + paideia ...