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Android-as-a-hobby developer.
StackOverflow will provide me with much-needed reference and expertise and I hope to learn from it not only by asking questions, but also by trying to find answers to other's questions where I can.


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comment Why is “très” used with “avoir” in certain expressions?
And speaking of bloody details, it's crucial, not crutial ;-) (and you may want to be careful with the usage of bloody too, by the way)
Apr
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comment Why is “très” used with “avoir” in certain expressions?
I thought so too, but nope. The TLFi mentions explicitely grand-faim and also says a few things about it in the ethymology section, including "Ces loc. étaient écrites, à tort, avec une apostrophe comme s'il s'agissait d'une élision."
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comment When is it okay to add “re” before a verb?
And there are cases where both verbs actually have more or less the same meaning: culer is a specific boating term which essentially means the same as reculer.