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reviewed Reject Lack of phonetic transcriptions in French & Audio Dictionaries with Prononciations
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reviewed Reject Ways to learn grammar innately?
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reviewed Approve 'À avoir eu' : what kind of form is this?
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reviewed Approve Comment traduire « To be on fire » ?
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reviewed Approve Expression « Ça va que »
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revised Comment traduire « To be on fire » ?
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revised Expression « Ça va que »
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revised Genre des noms de cours d'eau
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revised « Le Loyre » de Joachim du Bellay
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answered Genre des noms de cours d'eau
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revised Comment construire « faire confiance de »
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reviewed Approve Pourquoi le mot « interview » est masculin ou féminin ?
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comment What “Du côté de chez Swann” is grammatically made up of
@indoxica In a sentence like “Je viens de chez mon cousin”, chez isn't used like a normal preposition: usually you can't have two successive prepositions. One way to analyze it is to present it as a hybrid between a preposition and an article, but if you don't like it, take it as a preposition which is constructed in an unusual way.
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revised What “Du côté de chez Swann” is grammatically made up of
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answered What “Du côté de chez Swann” is grammatically made up of
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comment In what way does “en cela” refer to its antecedent in “en cela je vous demande de”?
@indoxica “In this” or “by this”, rather. Or “thus”.
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answered In what way does “en cela” refer to its antecedent in “en cela je vous demande de”?
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revised In what way does “en cela” refer to its antecedent in “en cela je vous demande de”?
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