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revised Difference between beau and bel
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answered « Pile » ou « batterie »
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comment Hibou vs chouette? What's the difference?
@Aerovistae I know! I was just looking at that yesterday. That owl sure is surprised at being shown as example. Derp.
Dec
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comment Une traduction de « wildcard », appliqué à des personnes ?
Je n'ai jamais entendu wildcard utilisé de cette façon en anglais. C'est habituellement utilisé pour décrire quelqu'un sur qui on ne peut pas se fier, qui agit généralement de manière imprévisible.
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answered Adjectif qui signifie « peut être inspecté »
Nov
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comment Prononciation de « fluctuat nec mergitur »
@lkl I agree with Édouard... the fact that it's Paris' motto doesn't change the fact that it's a Latin phrase. Everyone does their best Latin impression. It's kind of like asking how to say crème brûlée in English.
Nov
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comment Is there a difference between “J'ai faim” et “Je suis faim”
lkl is right. The main difference here is that French does not have gerund like English does and deals with present continuous differently. "Je" is and has always only meant subject I.
Oct
10
comment Feu orange ou feu jaune ?
La couleur du feu de circulation au Québec est définitivement plus jaunâtre que la couleur de la main pour piétons, qui est même parfois presque rouge!