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Feb
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asked Differences in meaning depending on placement of “pauvre?”
Jan
26
accepted Why the pronounciation of “Monsieur?”
Jan
7
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
4
comment Why the pronounciation of “Monsieur?”
Welcome to the site. An upvote to get you going.
Nov
4
comment Why the pronounciation of “Monsieur?”
@LeVieuxGildas: I said that Monsieur was pronounced MORE LIKE [emphasis added] "Miss-sieur" (to my ear). That does not rule out your more correct transliteration, "Meussieu."
Nov
4
asked Why the pronounciation of “Monsieur?”
Oct
8
comment Why do some french people inappropriately add an 'h' before English words starting with 'a' or 'e'?
@Gilles: As edited, the question is clear enough. Now the issue is, "is it on topic?"
Oct
8
revised Why do some french people inappropriately add an 'h' before English words starting with 'a' or 'e'?
clarification
Oct
8
suggested approved edit on Why do some french people inappropriately add an 'h' before English words starting with 'a' or 'e'?
Oct
8
answered Difference between “ils sont” and “ils s'appellent”
Aug
18
answered Non-Anglicism way of saying “offshore”
Aug
18
awarded  Yearling
May
6
revised Why “de + infinitive” instead of “à + -ant" in “finissez de mourir”?
correct spelling
May
4
comment Why “de + infinitive” instead of “à + -ant" in “finissez de mourir”?
Gilles: Thank you for the correction, and your answer below. As for the headline, in my version, it was all "capitals." But this is a French translation of a novel talking about a "sensational" headline in either English or French.
May
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revised Why “de + infinitive” instead of “à + -ant" in “finissez de mourir”?
Asked another question about the same passage,
May
3
asked Why “de + infinitive” instead of “à + -ant" in “finissez de mourir”?
Apr
28
comment Use of “Vie sociale”
I would translate "Il n'a pas de vie" (idiomatically) as, "He needs to get a life." But the translation "does the job."
Apr
24
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
12
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
14
accepted How does one say, “take someone under your wing” in French?