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Mar
16
answered How to pronounce “et est”?
Feb
24
answered Comment dit-on « movie director » en français?
Feb
23
reviewed Looks OK Meaning of “re” in online chat
Feb
20
reviewed Edit Why is “de l'eau” changed to “d'eau” in the negative sentence?
Feb
20
revised Why is “de l'eau” changed to “d'eau” in the negative sentence?
Improved formatting and readability
Feb
20
answered How can you tell the difference between “il parle” and “ils parlent”?
Feb
12
comment Should “demande de stage” be hand-written or typed?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about customs, not the French language.
Feb
10
reviewed Close Usage of “de le” vs “du”
Feb
10
comment How would you say “business”?
Why do you say it's not entreprise?
Feb
8
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
2
reviewed Close What is difference between “beau” and “belle”?
Jan
27
comment Signification du doigt d'honneur dans les pays francophones
Cette question ne porte pas sur la langue française, mais plutôt sur la culture des pays francophones.
Jan
23
comment How do you ask in French: “Are you STILL sleeping?”
The fact that toujours and encore are interchangeable in some cases doesn't mean they're always interchangeable. As a native speaker, est-ce que tu dors toujours does not initially sound to me as "are you still sleeping". After a few repetitions, I can see how one could think so, but it still does not sound idiomatic at all to me. Asking someone in the morning if they're still sleeping, I'd definitely say est-ce que tu dors encore.
Jan
23
answered Hittisme: étymologie
Jan
15
reviewed Reject “Vous êtes” or “Êtes-vous” ?
Jan
7
comment A more compact and emphatic 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