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Éleve de nombreuses choses.


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comment Ways of referring to names
(You should expand on what context it is used in.)
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accepted Ways of referring to names
Aug
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awarded  Famous Question
Aug
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revised Ways of referring to names
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Aug
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asked Ways of referring to names
Aug
15
comment Differentiating uses of “also”?
LOL I edited your answers to lowercase the name of the school because I'm an idiot and I didn't realize you were answering the last part of my question, which was mostly a joke.
Aug
15
comment Differentiating uses of “also”?
I have to say this is a really excellent first answer for someone brand new to SE! Nice use of formatting and nice answer. Welcome to the network!
Aug
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revised Differentiating uses of “also”?
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asked Different translations of “by the way”?
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revised Differentiating uses of “also”?
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asked Differentiating uses of “also”?
Aug
4
comment French version of “famous last words”?
Is there a liaison on "mais oui"? I assume not.
Aug
4
comment French version of “famous last words”?
Aaaaaaaaaaand Gilles wins. Merci. I was surprised how many people are not familiar with this particular English expression, it's so very common! Goes to show how little I know. Lucky you're around.
Aug
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accepted French version of “famous last words”?
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revised French version of “famous last words”?
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Aug
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comment French version of “famous last words”?
Yes, from the responses, it appears nobody is actually familiar with this expression, or does not properly understand its usage. My explanation was flimsy but I was not counting on people needing it. I just tweaked it to be a bit more accurate, for what it's worth.
Aug
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comment French version of “famous last words”?
You mean that there is no French saying with the same meaning?
Aug
3
asked How to describe the weather with variety in French?
Aug
3
comment French version of “famous last words”?
Je ne comprends pas ces mots: "Il est souvent question de..." In this context it doesn't seem to make sense. "It is often a question of...." ?
Aug
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asked French version of “famous last words”?