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Manière d'écrire les mots en français.

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Probablement il n’y a aucune erreur. Selon TLFi, jusqu’à 1798, on écrivait « françois » à la place de « français ». L’écriture de nombreux mots était changée ainsi pendant les 18ème et 19ème siècles: …
answered Aug 13 '19 by Maroon
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I've been slowly reading one of Robespierre's reports in French, and I've noticed some spellings that are now unused. For example: on seroit tenté . . . si le destin m'avoit fait naître dans une cont …
asked May 30 '15 by Maroon
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In isolation, the words are pronounced identically. However, in context, there may be a liaison after the vous forms. Also, while not the case here, in classical singing (and occasionally in other typ …
answered Mar 3 '20 by Maroon
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In Pevear and Volokhonsky's translation of the 1871-1872 novel The Demons, the following appears: Oh, most certainly, et vous fairez un bienfait … (The French is italicised in the text of the tr …
asked May 6 '17 by Maroon