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""Vivre" and "habiter" are a more common words than "résider". And both mean the same…"

Chantal Savignat replied Oct 2, 2018 to How to say live or lived in a country?

6 Oct 7, 2018
Reply by Crack1

"We say "j'ai attendu 10 minutes dans la rue. Mais tu n'es pas venu" In slang : "J'ai…"

Chantal Savignat replied Sep 12, 2018 to Spent 10 minutes or 2 hours

7 Sep 14, 2018
Reply by George Hunt

"Hello, yes it's used. In every day conversation  and in text books.  "aller" is more…"

Chantal Savignat replied Aug 10, 2018 to se rendre usage ...

2 Aug 13, 2018
Reply by George Hunt

""ll s'est endormi tellement il était fatigué" vs "il était tellement fatigué qu'il s…"

Chantal Savignat replied Aug 3, 2018 to word order

6 Sep 9, 2018
Reply by Crack1

"I don't know exactly what means "not really". I think it's rather "pas vraiment". Bu…"

Chantal Savignat replied Aug 3, 2018 to "not really"

2 Aug 3, 2018
Reply by Chantal Savignat

"This couple is excessive. There are some french people who are like this. It's proba…"

Chantal Savignat replied May 29, 2018 to Faire la fine bouche devant qch

4 May 29, 2018
Reply by Chantal Savignat

"I don't know how to translate this expression. But this sentence is correct and mean…"

Chantal Savignat replied May 29, 2018 to Faire la fine bouche devant qch

4 May 29, 2018
Reply by Chantal Savignat

"OK is used in everyday language and understood by all french people without exceptio…"

Chantal Savignat replied May 26, 2018 to I need help with translating these two words: "OK" and "Actions"

2 May 26, 2018
Reply by Chantal Savignat

""à grandes eaux" or "à grande eau" : "eau" means really water and not anything else…"

Chantal Savignat replied May 14, 2018 to laver a grande l'eau

4 May 14, 2018
Reply by Chantal Savignat

"No. that expression means "with a lot of water" so just for "laver", "rincer" "netto…"

Chantal Savignat replied May 12, 2018 to laver a grande l'eau

4 May 14, 2018
Reply by Chantal Savignat

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