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accepted Does the Académie Française set out how to format currencies?
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asked Does the Académie Française set out how to format currencies?
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revised Which space should one use before punctuation ? Does it depends on the technology?
two spelling mistakes and one missed capitalization, convert <pre> tags to markdown
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accepted Which space should one use before punctuation ? Does it depends on the technology?
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accepted Which words introduced by the French Academy to replace loanwords from English have been successful?
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revised Which space should one use before punctuation ? Does it depends on the technology?
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comment Which space should one use before punctuation ? Does it depends on the technology?
@Un francophone: That is precisely what I was going to say when I saw the question had been proposed as a dupe. And why I kept my question after I found the older one. There are some good answers here specific to usage too. I thought I included the usage tag but I will now add it.
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accepted What is the French word for linguistic “borrowing” or “loanword” that came from English?
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comment What is the French word for linguistic “borrowing” or “loanword” that came from English?
The question title has been dumbed down and is no longer what I asked. I primarily wanted to know the French term for borrowing or loanword to use in question tags here. I wanted to know if there was a further more specific word for borrowings from English as a side question.