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comment The word order of “de ne pas avoir à”
@pourraitpuet-etre The r is not actually a liaison because you would pronounce the R no matter what, so it will bleed in the next word but it's nothing special. On the other hand, if you say "pas" on its own, you don't pronounce the s. Pronouncing a letter that is not usually pronounced because of the following word is liaison. You may want to have a look at the Wikipedia page.
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answered The word order of “de ne pas avoir à”
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comment « Pile » ou « batterie »
I rolled back the edit inserting the answers in the question. The point of the Q&A format is to have the question at the top and the answers below.
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comment « Pile » ou « batterie »
De manière générale on les appelle batteries, comme toutes les autres, mais il me semble avoir déjà vu piles rechargeables sur des emballages.
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comment Difference between beau and bel
BANGS is more of a guideline than a rule; there are plenty of instances where adjectives fall in those categories but go after the noun anyway, see french.stackexchange.com/q/319/217.
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