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Le français du 16e et 17e siècle, époque précédant le français moderne durant laquelle la langue s'accroît et est codifiée. ❚ Classic French, the period just before modern French in the 16th and 17th century, marked by expansion and codification of the language.

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Older French texts often use defunct spellings, such as -oi instead of -ai in verb conjugations or spellings that contain consonants that were later dropped, like in doubter. When these texts are read …
asked Jan 27 '20 by Maroon
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Currently, I am reading « La princesse de Montpensier ». In a certain passage, Madame de La Fayette writes: Le jour suivant elle revit le duc de Guise chez la reine; mais il ne l’aborda pas, et se …
asked Aug 15 '19 by Maroon