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revised Université des finances près le gouvernement russe
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answered Université des finances près le gouvernement russe
Mar
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revised Signification de « la régularisation »
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Mar
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comment Comment on dit « Partner in crime » en français?
Pas vraiment, non. Un acolyte est toujours un inférieur alors que partner est neutre de ce point de vue. Et on peut parler d'acolyte même si le but n'est pas néfaste, alors que partner in crime est soit à but néfaste soit utilisé ironiquement.
Mar
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comment Why isn't “tu es” written “t'es”?
discours (oral) familier.
Mar
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answered Is “nous n'en sommes pas encore à” an expression?
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revised Why isn't “tu es” written “t'es”?
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comment Why isn't “tu es” written “t'es”?
“T'es” is correct only in informal speech.
Mar
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comment Why isn't “tu es” written “t'es”?
This rule is not always applied orally, only in informal speech. “Tu es” is ok in speech in most contexts.
Mar
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answered Why isn't “tu es” written “t'es”?
Mar
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comment Are there good tools for learning to speak French?
@nicael I can do both… But the moderator notices are a lot less noticeable than the question content, and there are only three canned notices, none of which say exactly what I want to say.
Mar
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comment Are there good tools for learning to speak French?
@JanDvorak Good idea, done. At least it'll avoid drive-by spam.
Mar
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comment Are there good tools for learning to speak French?
@Braiam My preference would be to delete this and dozens of similar question. In the absence of community support, I've deleted the one-liner answers (whether they point to “legitimate” sources or are obvious spam, I'm not going to try to draw a line).
Mar
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revised Are there good tools for learning to speak French?
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Mar
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revised Learning a bit of French with not much time
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Mar
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revised Free online resources for beginner course
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Mar
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revised Are there good tools for learning to speak French?
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revised What movies or TV series can I use to improve my French?
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reviewed Leave Closed Liaisons between “pas” and a vowel
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comment « Le fait qu'ils satisfassent » : pourquoi le subjonctif ?
@StéphaneGimenez Personnellement, je n'utiliserais pas le subjonctif, je dirais quelque chose comme « Si L satisfait () alors le théorème est vérifié ». Dans la mesure ou le subjonctif est employé, cela veut dire que l'on n'est pas sûr que () est satisfait, soit parce que ce n'est pas tout le temps le cas, soit parce que c'est le cas mais on ne l'a pas encore prouvé.