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Le Week-end

Reading Sartre, Le Sursis, in an old edition (Collection Soleil, Gallimard) and came across a reference to "le ouiqinde" on page 93. Could…

Started by Derek Ullmann in French Dictionary / Vocabulary

0 May 14, 2009

I was wondering

On the Rue Galande in Paris in the 5th arrondissment there is a shoppe that deals in small artist items, and the name of this establishment…

Started by Philip Maur in French Dictionary / Vocabulary

4 May 13, 2009
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mieux vs. meillure

Est ce qu'il y a quel qu'un qui peut expliquer la difference entre mieux et meillure pour moi s'il vous plait.

Started by James Lee in French Grammar

2 May 13, 2009
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Hi, I am trying to translate "Awards" in french. The dictionary gives several words which are mostly verbs. But I want a noun for "Awards"…

Started by Fouzia Husainy in French Dictionary / Vocabulary

2 May 12, 2009
Reply by Fouzia Husainy

'consommer' and 'consumer'

Both of these verbs can be translated by consume in English, but in different senses. In modern usage, the verb consumer means consume in…

Started by Neil Coffey in Word of the Day

0 May 12, 2009

ways to ask

What does below phrases means in English? 1. s'il vous plait 2. je voudrais 3. j'ai besoin de 4. j'aimerais 5. est-ce que vous avez 6. avez…

Started by zalina zakaria in French Conversation Tips

2 May 11, 2009
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The French word sensible may be deceptive to an English reader. It essentially has two meanings: "likely to feel/sense", "capable of being…

Started by Neil Coffey in Word of the Day

0 May 10, 2009

Le mieux moyen de dire???

Quel est le mieux moyen de dire: 'welcome to the real world' en francais?

Started by Bruce Wyn in French Grammar

6 May 10, 2009
Reply by uesa


i like to speak french .can you help me,please.

Started by jocelyne in French learning / teaching

2 May 9, 2009
Reply by Neil Coffey

Talking about your holiday

A topic that frequently comes up, for example in GCSE exams, is talking about a holiday, either future or past. This means that it's useful…

Started by Neil Coffey in French Conversation Tips

1 May 8, 2009
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