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Apr
14
comment How are clauses which complement the subject with a verb in the -ing form constructed in French?
Please visit the help centre: "Not all questions can or should be answered here." Asking for a translation (even indirectly) is a reason for closure.
Apr
14
comment How are clauses which complement the subject with a verb in the -ing form constructed in French?
We ask people to provide whatever they have tried in French. If not answers will probably be translations and FL (and other Stack Exchange sites) are not meant to provide translations. If you want a translation then you are in the wrong place. Please read help centre on how to ask a good question.
Apr
14
reviewed Reviewed “suite de l'épreuve de” meaning
Apr
14
comment “suite de l'épreuve de” meaning
So it might mean you are asked to move on to the next stage of the computation. Context is still insufficient. Google translate is rarely helpful.
Apr
14
reviewed No Action Needed What rules govern the usage of “tout” to mean “very”?
Apr
14
reviewed No Action Needed Antonyme de polyvalent ?
Apr
14
reviewed No Action Needed Use of “Au plaisir” at the end of a correspondance
Apr
14
comment Quel est le mot en français pour “proficient” (niveau de compétence linguistique)?
@Random Can't be confusing since "C2 - Niveau Maîtrise" is the actual wording in the CEFR. "Maitrise" is polysemic, you can explain "une maitrise universitaire" by going back to the original meaning of the word "maitrise": (avoir la qualité de maitre).
Apr
14
comment Quel est le mot en français pour “proficient” (niveau de compétence linguistique)?
@MakorDal Sympa et honnête mais j'ai suffisamment de réputation comme ça et FL a vraiment besoin de s'enrichir de nouveaux contributeurs.
Apr
14
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Apr
14
comment Quel est le mot en français pour “proficient” (niveau de compétence linguistique)?
@Random: Might seem odd to you but is the official wording in the CEFR which purpose was to make it easier for educational institutions and employers to "evaluate the language qualifications of candidates to education admission or employment" by establishing a "scientific" scale that would allow comparisons between the different existing tests in various countries. "scolaire/débutant/notions", "moyen", "bon/avancé", "courant", "maternel" mean nothing to an employer or to enter a university.
Apr
14
comment Quel est le mot en français pour “proficient” (niveau de compétence linguistique)?
In Europe we are now expected to give language levels in accordance to the CEFR that gives the scales of foreign language proficiency. OP's question is confusing. "Niveau maîtrise" is what would be used and your answer was better before edition, except "maîtrise" alone is not sufficient.
Apr
14
comment Quel est le mot en français pour “proficient” (niveau de compétence linguistique)?
En Europe on est maintenant censé donner son niveau de langue selon l'échelle de référence du CECRL. C2 - Niveau Maîtrise est ce qui correspond à C2-Mastery or proficiency.
Apr
13
comment The question of aspect in “il a été beaucoup plus long”
Have you browsed the "passé composé" tag on FL? We've already had questions about the difference between "passé composé" and "imparfait". Most of them are in French but if you tackle Camus, then reading answers in French should not be a problem.
Apr
13
comment domination originairement subie
Pourrais-tu dire d'où tu tires cette citation ?
Apr
13
reviewed Reject How do you say “What is the dragon holding” in french
Apr
13
reviewed No Action Needed “On y trouve de tout”?
Apr
12
comment Ça vs. ca in French
"Ça" is not vulgar, not even informal (which is probably what you meant anyway). Plenty of cases where "cela" would not stand for "ça". And by the way you can type ç and Ç on any keyboard.
Apr
12
comment Confusion about Pronoun Rules
Wherever you came across the sentence it is not correct because "il" is only a subject pronoun. A lesson about French pronouns. It explains also how to determine direct and indirect objects.
Apr
12
revised Confusion about Pronoun Rules
added accents...