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what source will explain "en anglaise, en ronde" in Madame Bovary?

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Pronunciation websites and pronunciation of haricot

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Conditionnel vs subjonctif après pronom relatif

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L'article indéfini 'des' & L'article partitif 'des'

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The use of infinitive instead of vu + infinitive

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What is the function of "de" in this sentence?

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Quelle est la différence entre "j'ai entendu dire" et "j'ai entendu parler" ?

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A. n'aimait pas que je regarde ce film

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Quels sont les mots finissant en -eur qui n'ont pas de féminin?

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Différence entre "se faire mourir" et "mourir"

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How can I translate "rotated" in French in a single word using the root "rotation" ?

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How to use direct and indirect object pronouns?

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Quel serait un terme décrivant le fait que quelqu’un parle d’entrée de jeu d’une révélation pour attirer l’attention sans y donner de suite?

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When do I give commands without using the imperative tense?

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What is the French for 310?

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Does NOM mean "full name" or "surname"?

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What is the meaning, and what are the connotations, of the expression "Mon petit doigt m'a dit que..." ?

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Caractère/Ponctuation inconnu sur les digrammes "ct" et "st"

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What's the translation of "rack focus" in French?

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Why do we need to include the reflexive pronoun in past tense constructions like in Qu'est-ce qui s'est passé?

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What's the difference between Espanol and Espagnol?

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Le conditionnel de devoir: c'est une proposition ou une supposition

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How to differentiate "him" as "le", and "him" as "lui"?

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l'écoles versus les écoles. Which is correct, and why?

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C'est facile à faire / C'est facile de le faire

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Behaviour of verb that looks pronominal but doesn't have a "se" entry in the dictionary?

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What is the right context to use the term "vis a vis"?

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Conveying the idea of " judge a book by its cover" by " juger un livre par sa couverture"

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Use of direct object pronoun in “que l'on peut”

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