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I am a Systems Engineer with many years of experience in electronic systems, including communication systems, network systems, and radar systems, with a focus on signal processing and architecture. "Know your customer and his/her needs." My hobbies include photography, yachting, software development, writing, and foreign languages.

If you don't know what to do with your spare time, go walk your dog. If you don't have a dog, walk someone else's dog. It's a better way for you to spend your time than what you are doing right now. If you think you don't have any spare time, then you probably don't have a dog.


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awarded  Scholar
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comment Subtle distinctions: “That doesn't count for much” vs. “Ça compte pour rien”
Thank you for pointing me to the Linguee resource. That should be helpful for a lot of my questions.
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accepted Subtle distinctions: “That doesn't count for much” vs. “Ça compte pour rien”
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revised Subtle distinctions: “That doesn't count for much” vs. “Ça compte pour rien”
I wanted to make sure the english and french versions are distinct. I think I got it right.
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comment Subtle distinctions: “That doesn't count for much” vs. “Ça compte pour rien”
I made an edit to my question and your answer, just to keep the English list items separate from the French list items.
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awarded  Editor
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suggested suggested edit on Subtle distinctions: “That doesn't count for much” vs. “Ça compte pour rien”
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revised Subtle distinctions: “That doesn't count for much” vs. “Ça compte pour rien”
diferentiating between the english list items and the french list items
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comment Subtle distinctions: “That doesn't count for much” vs. “Ça compte pour rien”
Merci. Il y a de quoi y réflechir maintenant.
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awarded  Student
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asked Subtle distinctions: “That doesn't count for much” vs. “Ça compte pour rien”
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answered French language videos for an absolute beginner (free)?
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answered « Fool » en français ?
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answered A French way of saying “sabre rattling”?