Billy Bosworth's Discussions
Started this discussion. Last reply by Vedas Nov 13, 2016.
The accepted/official translation of the word "clockwise" is something like: dans le sens des aiguilles d'une montre. C'est vraiment une bouchée - What would be an acceptable abbreviation of that?…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Stevo May 9, 2016.
If I am asking if a couple have children, I might say "ont-ils des enfants". (ie. plural - children). I my book I noticed the following: "... ils n'ont pas d'enfant". I am OK with the use of "de"…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Charles D Feb 19, 2016.
Am I wrong, or is this verb missing from the French language? It would appear that you have to describe how someone is holding his/herself. (ie. se tenir debout). If I want to point out someone in a…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Tux Feb 16, 2016.
I find the use of s'agir quite tantalising. I think I know what it means, but not well enough to use it myself. It seems to be a mix of "it is/it includes/it involves/it consists of...". The phrase…Continue