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Oct
28
comment Does “cette nuit” refer to tonight or last night?
Is there a way to clarify? Like if someone asked me "When is the event?" and I wanted to say tonight, what could I say, aside from "L'événement aura lieu cette nuit"? Or should I just say "ce soir"? Like, with your weekend example, in English we would specify "this coming week" vs "this past week."
Oct
28
accepted Do adjectives have to be plural for a singular “vous”?
Oct
28
comment Est-ce que les francophones natifs sont familiers avec toutes les conjugaisons du passé simple?
@StéphaneGimenez I seem to have accidentally asked the same question twice. Drat. french.stackexchange.com/questions/8115/… I was going through my old questions to accept various answers that I hadn't taken care of, and added a bounty to that one, then saw this one.
Oct
28
accepted What is a “liste de naissance”?
Oct
28
accepted How to translate “drive”?
Oct
28
comment What is a “liste de naissance”?
@Gilles Thank you!!!! I was thinking that but hadn't quite yet composed the argument so comprehensively.
Oct
27
asked What is a “liste de naissance”?
Oct
26
comment Why is “qui” needed in this sentence?
Vraiment?? On peut omettre qui et est, comme dans ta deuxième phrase? Même utilisant contraction de texte, ça m'apparait comme très bref.
Oct
26
comment Why is “qui” needed in this sentence?
Welcome to Stack Exchange!!! Have your first upvote.
Oct
26
asked Why is “qui” needed in this sentence?
Oct
25
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Oct
24
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Oct
21
comment How to translate “drive”?
Pourquoi se servir de là-bas plutot que y? "J'y suis allé" n'est pas valide?
Oct
21
asked How to translate “drive”?
Oct
20
comment What are “cuir” and “velours” liaisons?
Well, are these common mispronunciations? I mean, why on earth would someone put a t in the middle of peux avoir? Why does the article bring this up at all?
Oct
20
asked What are “cuir” and “velours” liaisons?
Oct
20
comment La liaison est-elle obligatoire entre « en » et un gérondif ?
Haha I was going to try to answer this but you have reminded me I am very clearly not qualified, since I was basically just going to say "oui." In fact I don't even understand your answer....I thought the liaison had to do with whether the first word ended in a consonant and the second began with a vowel....this whole grammatical analysis greatly confuses me.
Oct
18
asked “Devant de” vs “au-devant de” vs “au devant de” ?
Oct
10
comment Third person plural for “pleuvoir”?
No longer true. Guess destiny hung up before we could answer.
Oct
6
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