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Dec
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comment What does “ce sur quoi” mean?
And did you mean ce sur quoi in the second to last example sentence?
Dec
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comment What does “ce sur quoi” mean?
"Préciser comment il faut faire" ? "Specify how he needs to do"?
Dec
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comment “Ce à quoi” vs “à quoi”?
I also cannot ascertain ANY difference between "J'ignore à quoi il s'abonne." and "J'ignore ce à quoi il s'abonne," two of your examples where one apparently has a relative subordination clause and the other has an indirect interrogative clause.
Dec
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comment “Ce à quoi” vs “à quoi”?
"Je ne sais pas combien il y a de jours dans l'année." is that really how you say that? Not "...combien de jours il y a dans l'année" ?
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comment What does “ce sur quoi” mean?
I also had to look up porter sur, I didn't know that combination.
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comment Most idiomatic way to say “Could you repeat that?”
What is plait-il ? I do not understand. Is that a different plait than plaît?
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accepted Most idiomatic way to say “Could you repeat that?”
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comment What does “ce sur quoi” mean?
(I sort of get it, but not well enough to know when to use it as opposed to ce que.)
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asked What does “ce sur quoi” mean?
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asked Most idiomatic way to say “Could you repeat that?”
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revised Where can I find good French audio resources for beginners?
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answered Where can I find good French audio resources for beginners?
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revised “Je ne sais quoi”: with or without “pas”?
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comment Standard, common ways of phrasing questions of the form “How was…” ?
@Random Would Ta journée se passe bien? / Ta journée s'est bien passé? also work equally well? I know they're grammatical but not sure if they're equally idiomatic.
Dec
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comment Standard, common ways of phrasing questions of the form “How was…” ?
Yes, perfectly so. However, "I have a doubt" is not quite idiomatic, although it is completely understandable / grammatical -- try "I'm doubtful, is..." Generally doubt is not proceeded by a unless it's an expression like shadow of a doubt or without a doubt.
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comment Standard, common ways of phrasing questions of the form “How was…” ?
Awesome answer. Thank you. I will be committing this to memory, too important / common / useful.
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accepted Standard, common ways of phrasing questions of the form “How was…” ?