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bio website nefcanto.com
location Tehran, Iran
age 32
visits member for 3 years
seen Aug 5 at 4:32

Who am I? I don't really know. Many times I've seen behaviors of mine that astonished me. Many times I've felt something, deep inside, that made me rethink of my very existence. I'm a guy in pursuit of self-awareness, happiness, and satisfaction.

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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
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comment French school ebooks to download
c'est tres utile. merci pour m'introduire ca ;).
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
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asked French school ebooks to download
Oct
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asked What “Chuis” means in this context?
Oct
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asked Pourquoi les francophones utilisent tant de lettres qu'ils ne prononcent pas?
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awarded  Scholar
Oct
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accepted Pourquoi « comment vous appelez-vous », et pas « quel est votre nom » comme en anglais ?
Oct
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asked Why “qu'est-ce que c'est”, why not only “qu'est-ce”?
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awarded  Analytical
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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comment Pourquoi « comment vous appelez-vous », et pas « quel est votre nom » comme en anglais ?
So @Alenanno, what those sentences mean? The sentences you wrote as examples of other structures of asking someone's name. Please provide exact literal meaning (not conceptual meaning). :)
Aug
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comment Pourquoi « comment vous appelez-vous », et pas « quel est votre nom » comme en anglais ?
@Joubarc, I'm not a French speaker (francophone), but I can read and understand French. "Tais-toi!" seems to me (I'm talking about unconscious understanding after 2 years of reading) like "make yourself silent" instead of "be quite".
Aug
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comment Pourquoi « comment vous appelez-vous », et pas « quel est votre nom » comme en anglais ?
@Joubarc, even with your explanation, what are you called or what are you named are still strange. I mean, a name is something that belongs to somebody. Semantically and philosophically, we can ask where is your name? But what people ask about, is the name itself. Thus they ask what is your name, and since a name never gets lost, they don't ask where is your name. I reckon there must be a different historical background behind this. :)
Aug
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awarded  Student
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asked Pourquoi « comment vous appelez-vous », et pas « quel est votre nom » comme en anglais ?
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