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Online French newspapers, magazines, etc, with English translation
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Simple French Unfortunately I can't comment yet, because I'm not sure if something like French English News is quite what you're looking for or if it is a little too simple. Therefore I'll leave that ...

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Online modern French dictionary for pronunciation
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The aforementioned Wiktionary.fr is normally my dictionary of choice, primarily because I always have it with me thanks to Aard Dictionary (aarddict.org). French Wiktionary is quite good in the ...

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Why does French have letter é and e?
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The goal of the e accent aigu (é) is to distinguish the phoneme /e/ from the phoneme /ə/. In the example phrase, représentent is thus pronounced /ʁǝpʁezɑ̃/. This is no different in principle from how ...

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What is the origin of en vouloir?
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I think the literal translation might sound a touch unidiomatic, but not terribly strange. He could not want anything against him. But in English, I would say the idiomatic expression that most ...

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When do you use gerunds instead of regular verbs and vice versa?
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The simplest way is to go by your Dutch or German intuition and to forget all about English. Kidding aside (unless you happen to speak Dutch), you would always say courir est très ennuyeux, because ...

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French news sites about IT
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Here are a few websites I like: http://www.hardware.fr http://linuxfr.org/ https://www.journalduhacker.net/

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Which online French-French and French-English dictionaries should I consult?
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(Edited.) I would say that except for Wiktionnaire and Larousse you should just forget about free online dictionaries if you want an authoritative resource rather than one that helps you make sense ...

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