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Next year and the next year

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How to write lain down in French

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Crack1 replied to Crack1's discussion Next year and the next year
"Thanks Chantal A native English speaker will tell you this difference.  Next month and the next month has a minute difference. It does not matter very much for us to convey the intended message. As a french native I won't have make ... As…"
Apr 6
Chantal Savignat replied to Crack1's discussion Next year and the next year
"Some thoughts : About the second sentence :365 days from today. And about how to translate "365 days from today". It would be "l'année à venir" or "1 an" but not "une année". As a…"
Nov 25, 2019

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George Hunt replied to Crack1's discussion Next year and the next year
"Have you thought of using "l'année" instead of "l'an". It expresses the on going duration of the year in a similar way to "la journée" as contrasted with"le jour". Maybe you can find…"
Nov 6, 2019
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Next year and the next year

HelloNext year will bring peace and prosperity for all of us.  THIS MEANS IN 2020.The next year will bring peace and prosperity for all of us.  THIS MEANS 365 DAYS FROM TODAY.I want to know the French look at this difference. And your thoughts are welcome.See More
Nov 2, 2019
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The French way of saying leave

French uses several words for leave. It is very confusing for me. The French words are laisser, partir, se partir, conge, quitter etc.Please tell me how to select the correct French word for leave. This is a tall order for me.You can leave home.I must leave home immediately.You are leaving on holiday.He left the country last year.He left our company nearly a year ago.He quit his job.I left something at my brother's house. ( Here I have forgotten an item.)In English, we say please leave me…See More
Jul 24, 2019

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I am looking for the French Term for having a moment of clarity or an a epiphany while drinking wine?
 
 
 

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