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revised Expressing “There's no such thing as …” emphatically
subjonctif pour un hypothétique, comme suggéré par jilliagre
Apr
23
revised How to give a clothes measurement in French?
edited tags; edited tags
Apr
18
revised Correct use of indefinite articles with plural objects and singular subjects
added 2 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Apr
1
revised “Une machine à voler et non à voler”. What kind of negation is the “non”?
added 5 characters in body
Mar
23
revised Correct way to hyphenate “bourguignon”?
deleted 73 characters in body; edited tags
Mar
20
revised Liter/100 km or km/Liter
added 99 characters in body
Mar
20
revised How to express a habit in the past (‘would + verb’ in English)
edited title
Mar
20
revised How to express a habit in the past (‘would + verb’ in English)
deleted 135 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Mar
20
revised What does “m'en” mean in French?
corrected some grammar
Mar
20
revised Désigner une personne sans révéler son genre
edited tags; edited title
Mar
9
revised “Nous on sera les bons”
edited tags
Mar
3
revised Placement des adverbes dans une phrase négative
edited tags; edited title
Feb
19
revised Depending on whether to say “vraiment pas” or “pas vraiment”, does the meaning of this sentence change?
edited tags
Feb
11
revised Article défini ou indéfini devant un nom d'animal
deleted 82 characters in body; edited title
Jan
2
revised Meaning of “Autant faire”?
edited tags
Jan
2
revised Where can I find the abbreviations used in the Trésor de la langue française ?
CNTLR is the website, the document is TLF
Dec
24
revised Quand on tient à quelqu’un, on le retient
added context
Dec
24
revised Quelle est la différence entre “ce que” et “celui/celle que”?
added 7 characters in body
Dec
20
revised Est-ce que les enfants se sont lavé(es) les mains ?
edited tags
Dec
15
revised « Jouer au piano » ou « jouer du piano » ?
jouer de … est un article partitif, sauf à se jouer de la grammaire (merci Stéphane Gimenez)