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comment Why is there a “me” in “je vais me faire l’avocat du diable”?
small typo: "Je me fais petit". Also, "figuratively"
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revised Comment se moquer des Anglais ?
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comment Comment se moquer des Anglais ?
@Evpok: "Eh bien Milord, on est dans l'embarras" - oui, je vais utiliser ça. :)
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asked Comment se moquer des Anglais ?
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comment Which words introduced by the French Academy to replace loanwords from English have been successful?
@Dave: Don't ever dare to mention this in public here - every now and then, a fiery debate erupts in letters to the editor, where both sides protest the other's long list of foreign words. I mean, they say week-end in France! - And they say cute in Quebec! etc.
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answered Which words introduced by the French Academy to replace loanwords from English have been successful?
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comment « Moi qui fait » ou « moi qui fais » ?
@Stéphane: "qui fait" apparait aussi, correctement, dans les questions.
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answered « Moi qui fait » ou « moi qui fais » ?