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Oct
13
revised How to translate “hot dog” in France French?
deleted 1 character in body
Oct
11
reviewed Excellent Ways of referring to names
Oct
11
reviewed Excellent “Continuer de faire” ou “Continuer à faire”
Oct
11
reviewed Satisfactory Un mot pour spécifier « tous les deux jours » ?
Oct
10
reviewed Looks OK How can I say “How can I be of any help?”
Oct
9
comment Construction difficulties with “en voir” + preposition
In your original sentence I haven't seen enough of it to know what it's like what is it referring to? It would help us give you the best answer...
Oct
9
reviewed Close Why double consonant words differ between English and French?
Oct
9
reviewed No Action Needed Différence entre « en haut / en bas » et « au-dessus / au-dessous »
Oct
8
answered “Temps plein” vs. “Temps complet”
Oct
8
comment Why double consonant words differ between English and French?
Or maybe linguistics.SE?
Oct
8
comment Why double consonant words differ between English and French?
+1, but shouldn't that be a candidate for migration to EL&U? From these 3 examples, it looks to me that French is just following the latin root of the word (doubling the consonant if the latin root has it doubled too), and English differing from it...
Oct
6
revised When to use 'je te kiffe'?
added 10 characters in body
Oct
6
reviewed No Action Needed Comment traduire « what goes around, comes around » ?
Oct
6
reviewed No Action Needed When to use 'je te kiffe'?
Oct
1
reviewed No Action Needed Why use là instead of ici?
Oct
1
reviewed No Action Needed Prononciation de an, en, ain et in
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
reviewed Approve Comment dit-on « happy anniversary » en français ? — What is “happy anniversary” in French?
Sep
30
comment Pronunciation of “sa” and “ça”
@maazza And how would that be different? (Not sure how I would pronounce garson since it's a made up word...)
Sep
30
comment Que veut dire « J'ai pris mes larmes à mon cou » ici ?
Mets un > au début, et pense à ajouter deux espaces chaque fois que tu veux indiquer un saut de ligne.