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I am a little bit confused due to the difference between dictionaries on the verb "ficher". Can native speakers take a look?
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What does "tu es si fort" mean?
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Why does the article type (definite /indefinite) change the preposition before the word 'hotel' ?
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Is it possible to use "chez quelqu'un" with the verb "visiter"?
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Is it okay to say 'Pourquoi a-t-il mal à son estomac'? A French learning website marked it wrong
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Is it possible to say "soixante-vingt" instead of "quatre-vingt" ? What would be the reaction of native speakers?
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Why is 'jouer' used with à?
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What is the difference between the actions of 'voir un film' and 'regarder un film' ?
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Can we say that French language is a little bit inconsistent?
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Question on usage of 'de la' with 'avec' and 'beaucoup'
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What happens if I pronounce the silent s in 'suis' ?
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Is it wrong to say "Tu vas te perdre encore" ?
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How acceptable is it to use 'tu' for someone you call 'madame', 'mademoiselle' or 'monsieur' ?
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Why is 's' sound at the end of a word sometimes not pronounced when followed by a word that starts with a vowel?
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2 questions on the sentence 'Nous gagnons bien notre vie'
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Why is it « étudier à l'université » but « étudier dans la meilleure université » ?
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Is it correct to say 'Je n'ai pas envie de course a pied aujourdhui' to mean 'I don't want to run today'?
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Why is there no preposition (i.e. "à") before "voie" in the sentence "Le train va arriver voie deux" ?
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Why is 'lève-toi' when positive but 'ne te lève pas' when negative?
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Is it "Dans une rue" or "sur une rue" for buildings, shops, monuments, etc.?
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Object pronoun position and usage with the verb 'emprunter'
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Why is it "le hall" but not " l'hall " ?