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comment La phrase « entre 1 et 10 », inclut-elle 1 ?
Wow, this is a real problem I have in France because these conventions are totally different in different languages and you want to close it as off-topic because you think that everyone else will use the same conventions (or, as the case may be, no conventions) as in France?
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comment La phrase « entre 1 et 10 », inclut-elle 1 ?
La meme question se pose dans les autres langues, mais les reponses sont bien differentes. Ce type de distinctions sont traitees bien differement dans des differentes langues. (A comparer: Est 0 positif en francais/anglais/allemand? etc.)
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comment Translation of Monty Python's “And now for something completely different”
Someone wants to close this as "too localized"? I guess that counts as the answer "No" to my question.
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comment Translation of Monty Python's “And now for something completely different”
A reference to Monty Python.
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asked La phrase « entre 1 et 10 », inclut-elle 1 ?
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comment What does “bêcher” mean in the context of ignoring someone?
@RomainVALERI No, it is not a typo. I asked the person who clearly referred to the word above, but the answer was not helpful to understand the language level. I cannot ask the author of the email if it was rude.
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comment What does “bêcher” mean in the context of ignoring someone?
@RomainVALERI No, that is not what I did. I took the sentence from an email from a French person to a French mailing list, changed it to singular and edited out who did the action to whom for obvious reasons. As a foreigner, it is not easy if native speakers use phrases that are not in any dictionaries. I feel slightly put off that you now in addition assume that the phrase was coined by me.