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Aug
23
revised Doit-on ajouter un « e » féminin la fin du participe passé ?
Made it more "French" + Typo and stuff
Aug
22
revised “Jouer à” or “jouer de” for sports games?
use English quotes inside English sentences
Aug
22
revised Past tense for “rentrer”
please use English quotes inside English sentences
Aug
21
revised “Jouer à” or “jouer de” for sports games?
edited title
Aug
21
revised What article can I use to refer to a thing correctly?
deleted 9 characters in body; edited title
Aug
21
revised What article can I use to refer to a thing correctly?
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Aug
21
revised “Jouer à” or “jouer de” for sports games?
deleted 5 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Aug
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
21
revised Double negation in French?
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Aug
21
revised When to use “de” before a verb in infinitive form?
«» are never used in English, only in French and a few other languages
Aug
21
revised When to use “de” before a verb in infinitive form?
tags, title, and using English quotes for English text
Aug
21
revised Meaning of “comme toi” used as a reply
added 3 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Aug
20
revised Use of a possessive adjective for a permit
oops
Aug
20
revised Meaning of “comme toi” used as a reply
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Aug
20
revised Meaning of “comme toi” used as a reply
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Aug
20
comment Meaning of “comme toi” used as a reply
Indeed, this tone and register change is puzzling me a little as well.
Aug
20
revised Meaning of “comme toi” used as a reply
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Aug
20
answered Meaning of “comme toi” used as a reply
Aug
20
comment Meaning of “comme toi” used as a reply
The “meaning” is highly dependent on the sentence to which this phrase responds. It is just as ambiguous as “like you” in English.
Aug
20
revised Usage of les/des or nothing after the preposition “de”
edited tags; edited title