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What does les eaux mean in the plural?

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What is the difference between jour and journée?

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How would you say "it's your turn" in a game?

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How would you say "How complicated!"

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Would you say "Je sais un peu de français" or "Je connais un peu de français"?

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How did méchant get its meaning?

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Is there a liaison in the phrase "est en"?

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Why use "Ou bien" instead of "Ou"?

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What's the difference between un agriculteur and un fermier?

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Do adverbs go at the end of questions?

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How would you say "a few" in French?

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1 answer
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Does French make use of the historical present?

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Why is there no article in the phrase, "assez d'argent"?

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Why "fera progresser" and not "progressera"?

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How to say, "Pride makes other people feel bad about themselves"?

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Do "ici aussi" sound awkward together?

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Do these subtitles translate the French correctly? (c'est les boules de neige?)

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What's the most natural way to say "we broke up"?

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What is the most natural way to say "But, with some caution"?

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Is the past historic (passé simple) still used today in French writing?

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What does "a tenu à remercier M. Macron" precisely mean?

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Is this the best translation of “how high”?

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What's the closest French equivalent to "I'm glad"?

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Which is more common, appelée or nommée?

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How to translate bricolent faithfully? [closed]

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Would you use “en” or “par” in the question, "Voyage-t-il en/par Europe?"

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Are nouns derived from verbs (e.g. devoir) always masculine?

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Are there any other French words that come from Latin dies?

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What's the difference between le magasin and la boutique?

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What is the difference between plutôt and assez?