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GENEALOGY TERMS

I am doing some census research in genealogy and I do not understand the following terms in relation to a family. The mother who is widowed…

Started by David Montgomery in French Grammar

0 May 26, 2009

The word "crops"

In the "Hymn a l'amour" sung by Edith Piaf, there occurs the word "crops". I don't understand what it means: "Je me fous du monde entire T…

Started by Richard Goris in French Dictionary / Vocabulary

2 May 25, 2009
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hi please suggest me any book

Started by gulshan kumar dhiran in French Grammar

0 May 25, 2009

'le' and 'la'

So hang on a minute, don't le and la mean the? What's the big deal? Well, they generally do. There's actually a whole discussion that I'll…

Started by Neil Coffey in Word of the Day

0 May 24, 2009

prennent

The 'category' is actually 'Pronunciation': My ? is: How does one pronounce 'prennent' ? As pren-nah, or prennn.

Started by Pete Laubscher in French Grammar

4 May 22, 2009
Reply by Pete Laubscher

Various Questions...^^;;

1) L'animateur pose une question et les candidats essaient de lui repondre le plus rapide. Le candidat qui repond correctment le plus rapid…

Started by Joseph K. in French Grammar

4 May 21, 2009
Reply by Neil Coffey

can some one help with something

can someone tell me how to say beautifully broken in french please and would this be correct translation for "i'm so addicted to all the th…

Started by heather vanmoer in French learning / teaching

0 May 21, 2009

huge ? may sound silly

can someone tell me what faire l'amore means please

Started by heather vanmoer in French learning / teaching

2 May 21, 2009
Reply by heather vanmoer

pas

At its simplest level, the word pas means a step or pace. However, you may be more familiar with the word as a way to form a negative sent…

Started by Neil Coffey in Word of the Day

0 May 21, 2009

pour autant que

I would like to know : 1- what 'pour autant que' means and 2- see an example useing this expression in a sentence. Thank you, Aydan

Started by Aydan Egecioglu in French Grammar

1 May 20, 2009
Reply by Neil Coffey

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