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Sep
27
asked Does “ne” need to accompany “rien”
Aug
18
awarded  Yearling
Jul
25
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
27
comment What is the correct French noun for a school report?
Which kind of "report" do you mean? Do you mean a report ON the student's progress, like a report card? Or do you mean a report BY the student as a work project?
Jun
1
accepted Why “de + infinitive” instead of “à + -ant" in “finissez de mourir”?
Jun
1
comment Que veut dire l'expression « bon vivant » ?
Selon la response de M'vy, "Bon vivant" désigne une personne qui aime les bonnes choses de la vie, notamment la nourriture et les boissons raffinées (les plaisirs de la table)." "Un "homme de la ville" va à des restaurants coûteux," est d'accord avec cette reponse. Ma continuation, "et couche avec des jolies femmes. L'équivalent anglo-américain pourrait être high roller," est COMPLEMENTAIRE avec cette reponse.
Mar
21
revised Can “rustique” be used as a form of self-deprecation?
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Mar
20
comment What exactly does “savoir faire” refer to?
@a3nm: That's what I want to find out.
Mar
20
asked Can “rustique” be used as a form of self-deprecation?
Mar
16
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
24
accepted What exactly does “savoir faire” refer to?
Feb
24
accepted Differences in meaning depending on placement of “pauvre?”
Feb
23
comment What exactly does “savoir faire” refer to?
"Savvy" can be a noun, verb or adjective in (American) English. It's a bit confusing.
Feb
23
asked What exactly does “savoir faire” refer to?
Feb
23
revised Differences in meaning depending on placement of “pauvre?”
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Feb
23
revised Differences in meaning depending on placement of “pauvre?”
amplification
Feb
23
comment Differences in meaning depending on placement of “pauvre?”
@My question was not, "can you put this adjective before or after the noun?" but "what are the differences in MEANING when you do so?" Apparently there were several "similar" questions in this regard. But they all use DIFFERENT adjectives with different meanings. Unless there is a "master list" (on this site) of such adjectives, including "pauvre," I do not consider this question a duplicate, and ask that my question be re-opened.
Feb
22
asked Differences in meaning depending on placement of “pauvre?”
Jan
26
accepted Why the pronounciation of “Monsieur?”
Jan
7
awarded  Nice Question