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Long-time coder, with some interest in French and Philosophy.

I sometimes hang out in the English Language & Usage chatroom.

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Aug
17
suggested approved edit on Comment traduire « to read about » en français ?
Aug
17
comment Quand doit-on commencer un mot par une majuscule (noms de mois, de lieux, etc.)?
To those who are voting to close for 'too localized': how is this too localized, exactly? Isn't it a standard throughout the francophone world as to how and where one should capitalize words?
Aug
17
suggested approved edit on Is it more common/acceptable to use “francophonisms” for modern words or just the original English term?
Aug
17
accepted Est-il correct de laisser tomber le « il » dans « il y a » ?
Aug
17
asked Quand doit-on commencer un mot par une majuscule (noms de mois, de lieux, etc.)?
Aug
17
asked Est-il correct de laisser tomber le « il » dans « il y a » ?
Aug
17
awarded  Editor
Aug
17
revised How does one “toast someone” in French?
added 183 characters in body
Aug
17
asked How does one “toast someone” in French?
Aug
17
accepted What is an equivalent idiom in French for the English expression “not over until the fat lady sings”?
Aug
17
asked What is an equivalent idiom in French for the English expression “not over until the fat lady sings”?
Aug
17
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
17
awarded  Precognitive
Aug
17
awarded  Quorum
Aug
17
awarded  Scholar
Aug
17
accepted If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?
Aug
17
awarded  Supporter
Aug
17
comment If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?
Really? Friends would say to each other, 'I adore you'?
Aug
17
awarded  Student
Aug
17
asked If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?