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awarded  Good Answer
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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
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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
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reviewed No Action Needed How to say “he was only joking with me” in french
Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed How to translate “I'm looking for opportunities to practice my French”?
Dec
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reviewed Looks OK Usage mystérieux de « toi-même, tu sais »
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reviewed Looks OK How to say “he was only joking with me” in french
Dec
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reviewed Looks OK How to translate “to parse” or “parsing” in French?
Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed Pourquoi est-ce qu'on ne peut dire “vous voudriez”?
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reviewed Reviewed Pourquoi est-ce qu'on ne peut dire “vous voudriez”?
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comment Placeholder names such as “John Doe” in French
Termium (the government of Canada's terminology and linguistic data bank) suggests that federal translators should use Pierre Untel for John Doe.
Dec
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comment Difference between 'baiser' and 'foutre'
Je me fous de toutes ces expressions vulgaires!
Dec
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comment How do I designate the person I live with but I'm not married to ?
@Laure I'm not exactly sure how concubin is used in France, but simply conjoint is definitely used in Québec in every day talk. It means pretty much the same as conjoint de fait does on paper, though some people prefer it to mari/femme.
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
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reviewed Edit Is the French adjective “savoureux(se)” ever used to mean “salé(e)” or “non sucré(e)” to describe food?
Nov
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revised Is the French adjective “savoureux(se)” ever used to mean “salé(e)” or “non sucré(e)” to describe food?
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Nov
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comment Asking out young person to coffee
@user6051 Cool! I hope you like it! Definitely a nice place, and you'll be able to practice your French if you want to (or not)!