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Le français de France, par opposition au français de Belgique, du Québec, etc. █ French as spoken in France, as opposed to Belgian French, Québec French, etc.

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Wikipedia makes balanced assertions on the topic, along the lines of the previous answers: Formal Quebec French uses essentially the same orthography and grammar as Standard French, with few exceptio …
answered Aug 5 '21 by Ti-cul Ti-caille
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This is obviously a technical issue, and we hear a blank/pause instead of pour se. The target audience and slow speech is incompatible with reduction and reduction wouldn't result in dropping pour se …
answered Feb 18 '21 by Ti-cul Ti-caille
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Le mot trombone pour la petite agrafe repliée en deux boucles semblerait un emploi « propre au français de France (en Belgique on dit attache-tout) » (DHLF/Rey). Qu'en est-il ? …
asked Aug 26 '21 by Ti-cul Ti-caille
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In oxford dictionary for essential vocabulary in the relationships part... La famille, family (La famille Bloggs, the Bloggs family) : that's what's written 🤷🏼‍♀️ – Zuko The chiefly British name B …
answered Mar 23 '21 by Ti-cul Ti-caille
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Entendrait-on avec le sens en question « être en (la) rue » en Belgique, en Suisse ou dans l'Est de la France ? …
asked Oct 7 '21 by Ti-cul Ti-caille