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comment French slang equivalent of “chicken”
I hear "mauviette" a lot
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comment What is the French equivalent of “OMG”?
I don't think so. OMG isn't translated in swears apart from France it seems. And the question was about OMG, which definitely does not translate to putain anywhere else but france.
May
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comment Comment apprendre le langage oral de tous les jours ?
Comme c'est un registre oral, peu de chance de trouver ça avec la prononciation; surtout que ça varie en fonction de la région.
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revised Modifiabilité OU Modificabilité?
Précisions et correction d'une erreur.
May
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answered Modifiabilité OU Modificabilité?
May
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answered What is the French equivalent of “OMG”?
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comment De « je suis » à « ch'u » ?
C'est du registre populaire, donc dépendant du contexte, ça peut être considéré grammaticalement correct.
Aug
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comment “Pas encore” — is it correct to have the liaison or not?
In (casual) Canadian french, people usually pronounce the s from the liaison, so the words "flow".
Aug
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comment Préfixe r-/re-/ré- de répétition
Le ré- est quelque fois utilisé pour conserver la prononciation latine.
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comment Which variant of French is spoken in La Répétition?
@verve we have multiple "Canadian french pronounciation subsets", only in Quebec (province), let alone New-Brunswick... Different pronounciations I know: Quebec, Montreal, Beauce, Cote-Nord, Saguenay, Gaspesie, etc. I don't think other provinces learn french that much.
Aug
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comment Which variant of French is spoken in La Répétition?
@Édouard depends on where you live and with who you talk. But where am I (Quebec), it's really not as terrible as depicted by the comic you linked.
Aug
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comment Which variant of French is spoken in La Répétition?
And even on the streets you'll ear less english words than in Europe. "Fin de semaine" rather than "Weekend", "magasinage" rather than "shopping", etc.
Aug
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comment Which variant of French is spoken in La Répétition?
"More anglicisms are used in Quebec French" is absolutely false. And if you don't believe me, it's even stated in the wiki you linked: In contrast, Quebecers show a stronger aversion to the use of anglicisms in formal contexts than do European francophones, largely because of what the influence of English on their language is held to reveal about the historically superior position of anglophones in Canadian society.
Aug
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answered One word for “Plus Tard”
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answered Un sens plus précis, l'usage, et le contexte du mot « râleur »