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comment Comment traduire « on-topic » ?
OK, so what would the french be for: as long as the question would have been on-topic?
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asked Comment traduire « on-topic » ?
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accepted Is it necessary to use guillemets when quoting in French, or may one use English-style doublequotes?
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comment Is it necessary to use guillemets when quoting in French, or may one use English-style doublequotes?
So, Le Monde is not a serious publication? :-)
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comment J'ai bien peur que tu n'aies raison : faut-il mettre le mot « ne » ?
This could do with being a more generic question about when to use 'ne' on its own, without a 'paired' word like 'pas', 'plus', 'que', etc.
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comment Is it more common/acceptable to use “francophonisms” for modern words or just the original English term?
Québec isn't a country. Yet. :-P
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comment How does one “toast someone” in French?
I'd really appreciate if someone could address the 'trinquer' verb in an answer. I'm confused as to when you would use it.
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comment Is it necessary to use guillemets when quoting in French, or may one use English-style doublequotes?
@StéphanePéchard EL&U partially defines itself as a reference. If something is well-established in practical usage, you can perhaps tell people that it is now the rule. Things could work similarly here.
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suggested approved edit on What's the difference between “que” and “dont”?
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comment Is it necessary to use guillemets when quoting in French, or may one use English-style doublequotes?
@StéphanePéchard That depends on whether you're as inflexible as l'Académie française or not. ;-)
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accepted How can one say “good morning” in French?
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comment Is it necessary to use guillemets when quoting in French, or may one use English-style doublequotes?
@StéphanePéchard Given that even Le Monde does it and it is still a lot easier on a normal QWERTY keyboard to produce doublequotes than guillemets, however, it seems reasonable to view them as valid - at least when communicating electronically.
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asked How can one say “good morning” in French?
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revised Is it necessary to use guillemets when quoting in French, or may one use English-style doublequotes?
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reviewed Approve Is it necessary to use guillemets when quoting in French, or may one use English-style doublequotes?
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asked Is it necessary to use guillemets when quoting in French, or may one use English-style doublequotes?
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revised Comment traduire « to read about » en français ?
Render 'in French'
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revised Is it more common/acceptable to use “francophonisms” for modern words or just the original English term?
Fixing a typo
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suggested approved edit on Comment traduire « to read about » en français ?