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Aug
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comment Latin phrases - used in French too?
Hmm, "à priori" is faulty in French, it must be spelled "a priori" just like in latin.
Aug
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revised Latin phrases - used in French too?
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Aug
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Aug
18
answered What are some tricks for avoiding the tu/vous dilemma?
Aug
18
comment Are “tué” and “tu” and “tout” pronounced the same?
I actually do pronounce "tué" just like in the sample. Can't hear what's wrong with it.
Aug
18
answered What are French equivalents to the English “um”, “so”, “uh”, etc.?
Aug
18
comment What are French equivalents to the English “um”, “so”, “uh”, etc.?
@Vincent : pronounced "eum"
Aug
18
revised How do you decide whether to use “vous” or “tu”? / Comment choisir entre « vous » et « tu » ?
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Aug
18
comment How do you decide whether to use “vous” or “tu”? / Comment choisir entre « vous » et « tu » ?
@Vincent : some people who are close to anarchist / libertarian movements, for instance. I used to know a bookshop owner who would systematically use "tu". It's not very common, but depending on the kind of social circles you roam into, you may find many of them.
Aug
18
revised How do you decide whether to use “vous” or “tu”? / Comment choisir entre « vous » et « tu » ?
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answered How do you decide whether to use “vous” or “tu”? / Comment choisir entre « vous » et « tu » ?