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comment How do I say: “How did it go?”
The english version would be "How did it go?". If you use an imperfect tense, it tells the listener that the event is not over, or you're interested something else happening at the same time.
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comment How do you tackle 'adjective overload' when translating to French?
English has orders for adjectives too, but most people don't realize it. "The fast green car" is slightly different than "The green fast car".
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comment Connaître and savoir
The way I think of it (which could be wrong) is that you can replace "connaître" with "am familiar with", while "savoir" is used in the sense of "I know that [x]" where [x] is some fact.
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answered If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?