murielle
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Meaning of a phrase, with focus on the word “titine”
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People here have confused the word Titine with the word tetine. Tetine means teat or dummy. Here titine probably means car, people who really like their car usually call it titine.

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Should I use Bonjour or Salut to a clerk in France?
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Bonjour is used everywhere with anyone, you use it at work , at home or with your friends. salut is similar to Hi! would you say Hi to your boss or when you to the post office? may be but in France (...

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How to translate "It's him who I want to give me a massage"?
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tout simplement: Je veux qu'il me fasse un massage.

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Comment prononcer 'ai' dans "epaissir", "laisser" etc
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Interesting question, epaissir et laisser, it all depends and both are correct i would say épéssir and lésser and also épèssie et lèsser or émmer or émmer. when you speak you tend not to focus to ...

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Do French use Madame to describe non-married women?
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Yes it is common to call women madame if they look mature enough. You would not call a 40 year old mademoiselle even if she looked younger. I suppose it all depends on how you perceive the person. You ...

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