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Traductrice originaire du Québec vivant en Californie.


Jan
23
answered Hittisme: étymologie
Jan
15
reviewed Reject “Vous êtes” or “Êtes-vous” ?
Jan
7
comment A more compact way of saying “please” in French?
@Jez "Pleeeeeeeeease" and "S'il vous plaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit" sound absolutely equivalent to me. French is a little longer, but that's the word, the meaning behind extending the syllable is the same and conveys the same meaning. If you think it's too long, just say the first part faster ;)
Jan
2
comment Why is it “millions d'années” and not “millions d'ans”?
possible duplicate of Can “an” and “année” be used interchangeably, is there a difference in meaning?
Dec
29
answered Comment s'appelle la phobie des voyages ?
Dec
22
revised Date format including time
added 2 characters in body; edited title
Dec
20
revised A difference between “de manière” and “d'une manière”?
edited body
Dec
20
comment How to pronounce 'mange'?
Actually, Google Translate is pretty good at text-to-speech. You just need to click on the sound icon.
Dec
17
revised Analogue for English construction “the more… the more…”
added 8 characters in body; edited title
Dec
16
revised “Est-ce que” and “quel” on questions about predicative expressions
added 3 characters in body
Dec
16
comment “Est-ce que” and “quel” on questions about predicative expressions
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Dec
16
revised “Est-ce que” and “quel” on questions about predicative expressions
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Dec
16
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
16
awarded  Vox Populi
Dec
16
awarded  Suffrage
Dec
16
comment “Est-ce que” and “quel” on questions about predicative expressions
Related: What does “est-ce que” really mean?
Dec
16
answered “Est-ce que” and “quel” on questions about predicative expressions
Dec
16
comment What is the etymology of the word “dada” as it is used in French to mean “horse” (cheval)?
Je n'avais également jamais entendu « dada » pour parler d'un cheval. À moins que la tendance change, ce n'est pas vraiment utilisé au Québec.
Dec
14
reviewed No Action Needed How to say “he was only joking with me” in french
Dec
14
reviewed No Action Needed How to translate “I'm looking for opportunities to practice my French”?