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le temps que ça vienne

a dictionary had this sentence w its translation: Les gars, vous pourriez détourner le regard le temps que ça vienne?  Look, could you guys…

Started by alan gould

10 Jun 19
Reply by Leesa Johnson


Is there a difference in meaning between: 1. Je sais la vérité     and 2. Je connait la vérité.

Started by george willms

7 Jun 16
Reply by Leesa Johnson

The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world

I found the following French translation on the Internet. Is it correct? I want to get an answer straight from the horse's mouth. I mean…

Started by Crack1

7 Jun 15
Reply by Leesa Johnson

Épouser and se marier

It seems both épouser and se marrier represent the English words get marry. I would like to know the difference between the two words. P…

Started by Crack1

2 Jun 2
Reply by Stevo


Summer is looming. I must fix my bike. Yesterday, I upended my bike to clean the chain and to fix a few things. French uses the word 're…

Started by Crack1

5 Jun 2
Reply by Stevo

Take pains

I have taken pains to arrange a trip for him. I took pains to arrange a trip for him. How do you translate take pains into French? Tak…

Started by Crack1

6 May 8
Reply by George Hunt

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Functions of "en" and "déjà" in sentence

I am returning to my study of French after a gap, and I have come across this sentence (quoted in "Le Bon Usage" to illustrate a grammatica…

Started by Curt Jugg

2 Dec 23, 2016
Reply by Curt Jugg


Hey everyone! Just wondering about slang and colloquialisms that you use with friends and family. Any input would be much appreciated!  T…

Started by Alice

2 Dec 20, 2016
Reply by Esteban de la Cruz

Jour/journée with number and attributive adjective

I was told that you should always use "jour" with numbers and "journée" with attributive adjectives. But what happens when you want say som…

Started by michael rivers

4 Dec 13, 2016
Reply by Esteban de la Cruz

Information and renseignement

It seems the English word information has 2 French words. One is its namesake and the other one is renseignement. When I went to Paris,…

Started by Crack1

9 Nov 23, 2016
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