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Traductrice originaire du Québec vivant en Californie.


Jan
27
comment Livemocha Getting Reviews
This question appears to be off-topic as it is not about the French language.
Jan
27
comment Livemocha Getting Reviews
Welcome to the French Stack! Unfortunately, this question is really not within the scope of this site. We are not affiliated with Livemocha or any other language learning tool. I suggest you either post something on their Facebook page or contact them directly. While we don't do text or sentence correction here, if you have questions about the French language (grammar, syntax, etc.), we will definitely do our best to help you!
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
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
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
16
comment “Est-ce que” and “quel” on questions about predicative expressions
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Dec
16
comment “Est-ce que” and “quel” on questions about predicative expressions
Related: What does “est-ce que” really mean?
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
2
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
2
comment Difference between 'baiser' and 'foutre'
Je me fous de toutes ces expressions vulgaires!
Dec
2
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
7
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)!
Nov
7
comment Asking out young person to coffee
@user6051 If you're walking in front of a coffee place, or at least can see a coffee shop, that would be just fine.
Nov
5
comment How to say “multinational corporation”?
Have you tried looking in dictionaries? Several online dictionaries have entries, including WordReference and Reverso. Linguee was already mentioned, and for words or short phrases, Google Translate is pretty good. If you have looked and still have problems, please mention that.
Oct
27
comment Pourquoi la plupart des états américains sont masculins hormis quelques exceptions?
@rogermue Il n'y a pas de « neutre » en français. Les mots sont soit féminins, soit masculins. La question est tout à fait correcte en demandant pourquoi 9 états (sous-entendu les noms de ces états) sont féminins.
Oct
27
comment Pourquoi la plupart des états américains sont masculins hormis quelques exceptions?
@rogermue Pas nécessairement. On peut penser aux deux Dakotas, à l'Alaska, à l'Arizona, au Nevada, et j'en passe.
Oct
23
comment Que veut dire « Le courage c'est tu de prêter flanc aux brises pis aux griffes » ?
@StéphaneGimenez Ici, il veut dire et. Quand pis veut dire puis, il est souvent suivi de après, par exemple « on est allés au restaurant pis après au cinéma ».
Sep
26
comment Comment dire « two-way mirror » en français ?
Mais c'est possible que le même principe soit utilisé...