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Grégory's Discussions (49)

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"« Clopin clopant »  is very rare. Its main meaning is « hobblingly » literally. Henc…"

Grégory replied Nov 7, 2016 to clopin clopant

7 Nov 13, 2016
Reply by Vedas

"I think all the communication verbs could be « pronominalised », at least with a rec…"

Grégory replied Nov 2, 2016 to verbes pronominaux de "communication"

5 Nov 2, 2016
Reply by Grégory

"I won't say "Jusqu'à l'âge de 4 ans j'habitais en Allemagne" it sounds too clumsy to…"

Grégory replied May 21, 2015 to Using jusqu'à with perfect or imperfect past

13 May 31, 2015
Reply by Vedas

"Perfect is definitely correct in that sentence. You should be more self confident gu…"

Grégory replied May 20, 2015 to Using jusqu'à with perfect or imperfect past

13 May 31, 2015
Reply by Vedas

"Nobody has asked you to assume something about someone so I don't heed your remark.…"

Grégory replied May 12, 2015 to Pluralising Noun + Noun compound ["date butoir"]

9 May 12, 2015
Reply by Jean Dervin

"No hyphen and plural is dateS butoirS About plural of compound nouns : -when noun+n…"

Grégory replied May 10, 2015 to Pluralising Noun + Noun compound ["date butoir"]

9 May 12, 2015
Reply by Jean Dervin

""Adorable little dog" is a correct translation but "mérites" doesn't mean "charms"."

Grégory replied May 10, 2015 to «cet amour de petit chien»

3 May 10, 2015
Reply by Vedas

"Everything has a "futur" but not necessarily an "avenir".  You can't say "Cette his…"

Grégory replied May 5, 2015 to Futur or avenir?

2 May 5, 2015
Reply by Grégory

"It's not clumsy. J'ai remplacé le beurre par de l'huile L'hôtel est géré par du per…"

Grégory replied Apr 25, 2015 to French Homework

7 Apr 26, 2015
Reply by Matthew Thomas King

"I meant "de l'espagnol". Both are correct.  "

Grégory replied Apr 24, 2015 to French Homework

7 Apr 26, 2015
Reply by Matthew Thomas King

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