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Does « pour que » ever get contracted?

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Why is it « en quoi » not « ce en quoi »?

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What does « rien de ce qu'on vous dit n'est, quand vous entrez dans le monde où ce qui est ne peut plus être vraiment dit » mean?

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Position of « nouveau » [duplicate]

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Is the expression « hurler avec les loups » archaic?

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Can someone explain « comment en sommes-nous arrivés là »?

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How do you translate "to have a hit" in sports?

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1 answer
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Identify what the speaker said

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4 answers
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Why does the verb « clore » have no Imparfait form?

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2 answers
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How to understand and use « avoir que »?

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1 answer
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Could someone identify what is being said?

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When do we use « faillir » in a tense other than the perfect?

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207 views

When do I give commands without using the imperative tense?

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How can I understand this phrase?

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1 answer
282 views

How do I say "sure" sarcastically/with lots of skepticism?

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1 answer
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Why is it "dont" instead of "dans lequel" in this context?

3 votes
1 answer
556 views

What's the difference between « fonctionner » and « se fonctionner »?

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Understanding the use of the imperfect subjunctive

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1 answer
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Using juste in the right context

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Translating « cela ne veut rien dire »

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Use of the passé simple in L'Étranger

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207 views

Pronunciation of « peut être »

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The liaison with « plus » [duplicate]

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Translating "to pity myself"

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How do I translate "with your bare hands"?

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480 views

Why does Hugo use « d'elle-même » instead of « elle-même »

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What does « ça suffit de toujours tondre les mêmes » mean?

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What does "aller du plaidoyer" mean

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Why is there an « en » here?

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How does devoir work in this context?