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Mainly Delphi Programming...


Jul
11
awarded  Yearling
Aug
1
comment How do I say “I am a tourist.”?
@Joubarc, agreed on the rationale. Still, I find "je suis touriste" not sounding as natural to me as "je suis un touriste" (probably because I don't find touriste being a qualifying enough characteristic). YMMV...
Aug
1
answered How do I say “I am a tourist.”?
Jul
27
revised False friends et Faux amis
added 76 characters in body
Jul
27
revised False friends et Faux amis
added 76 characters in body
Jul
27
comment What does “En blasé à qui on ne la fait plus” mean?
Blasé est passé en anglais avec le même sens...
Jul
23
comment Music notes (do ré mi)
by the way you have a mention of this in the last paragraph at the end of your wiki reference.
Jul
19
answered Need replacement for “Favorite de voyage”
Jul
18
comment Quelle est l'origine de l'expression « brûler le dur » ?
@Stéphane Gimenez: Merci pour les corrections...
Jul
18
awarded  Teacher
Jul
18
answered Quelle est l'origine de l'expression « brûler le dur » ?
Jul
15
revised Music notes (do ré mi)
Movable Do
Jul
15
comment Music notes (do ré mi)
my wife has been doing quite a bit of sight-singing here in the US and that's what they used. You can also look in wikipedia for movable do in Solfège and also Solmization
Jul
14
awarded  Editor
Jul
14
revised Music notes (do ré mi)
added relation to the Key
Jul
14
comment Traduire « duelling »
Ca depend si les musiciens/orchestres jouent ensemble ou l'un contre l'autre ^.^
Jul
14
answered Music notes (do ré mi)
Jul
14
comment Music notes (do ré mi)
ti is actually used in English when using do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do... to name (and sing) the degrees, regardless of their real values.
Jul
14
comment Music notes (do ré mi)
ti is actually used in English when using do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do... to name (and sing) the degrees, regardless of their real values.
Jul
11
awarded  Supporter