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revised When to use “en” vs “dans”?
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comment When to use “en” vs “dans”?
@Vincent: Thanks, I'll update with this.
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comment When to use “en” vs “dans”?
@Louhike: do you have examples of these?
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answered When to use “en” vs “dans”?
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answered « Autant pour moi » ou « Au temps pour moi » ?
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comment If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?
@Pierre: right...
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comment If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?
I guess you mean girlfriends, rather than girl friends, or else you might get in trouble with your special one ;-)
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comment If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?
"Tu me plais" means I like you in a romantic way. I would never say that to a colleague or friend (or to anyone really).
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comment If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?
Apart from teenage girls saying that to their best friends, I can't imagine saying that to any of my friends...
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comment If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?
It can often be considered as a bit too formal in a spoken conversation though.
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