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Mar
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
14
comment « Aller chez Leclerc » ou « Aller à Leclerc »
Est-ce que tu as aussi tendance à dire « au jour d'aujourd'hui », les jours où tu vas à au champ ? :P
Mar
14
revised French equivalent of the expression “There is no chance in hell”?
Maybe “chance” should be italicized for the sake of the play on words, but maybe that's just hell of a misunderstanding.
Mar
14
reviewed Reviewed French equivalent of the expression “There is no chance in hell”?
Mar
14
comment French equivalent of the expression “There is no chance in hell”?
Il neigera en enfer avant que… also involves the chances of something happening, and hell. Yes indeed, luck has little to do with the OP's question.
Mar
14
reviewed Reviewed Old French pronunciation
Mar
14
comment What is an equivalent idiom in French for the English expression “not over until the fat lady sings”?
Oh, thanks @lmsteffan :) – so yes indeed Gilles, until the fat lady sings, anything could happen, and I'd even emphasize : especially something more dramatic than what happened till now. (Whereas “don't count …” is more of a ‘wait for it’ situation – it being predictable.)
Feb
27
revised Existe-t-il un équivalent français de « OP » ?
Tiens, une idée.
Feb
27
reviewed Leave Closed Quelles sont les insultes basées sur des fruits et légumes
Feb
27
reviewed Close Example of using “devoir” in passé composé?
Feb
18
reviewed Reviewed Expression technique désignant le bétail
Feb
18
revised Expression technique désignant le bétail
title, formatting…
Feb
15
reviewed Reopen Peut-on utiliser « innovant » en tant qu'adjectif ?
Feb
14
reviewed Reviewed Existe-t-il un dictionnaire anglais-français de termes techniques?
Feb
13
comment Peut-on utiliser « innovant » en tant qu'adjectif ?
Je plaide pour un néologisme qui entre dans les usages.
Feb
12
comment D'où vient le ù de où ?
Merci Alain Rey ?
Feb
10
reviewed Reviewed What is the difference between “concurrence” and “compétition”, and why?
Feb
8
revised How to say “after yesterday” in French?
Be the comma.
Feb
7
comment Is it possible to use “dont” for places?
In some cases at least, yes. If I knew more, I'd post an answer :p
Feb
7
comment Is it possible to use “dont” for places?
La ville dont je vient, oui ; si on ne pense pas à utiliser d'où, c'est correct.