Found these in an attic in my grandparents home
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Honhon
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joe en francais
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Tape m’en Cinq screen print I created
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Parisians trying to pronounce english words
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Me when Im trying to say "J'ai choisi"
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Yes. (The 2nd one)
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So I found this in an Italian subreddit, someone knows something similar in French? Merci beaucoup !
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???
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Pourquoi les traductions française sont plus longues que nécessaire?
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Why ‘sont-elles’ when ‘nos collations’ was said? Is this just a formal written way?
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De Duolingo
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Reading bilingue
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what noise does a french goose make?
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Spotted at Ottawa
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What is all this mer-“sport”-bain wordplay stuff supposed to mean? From a French book for eight year olds
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When you lie on your resume and list conversational French as a skill lol
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Decided to start looking at French. This is all I have to say.
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When English people try to pronounce « squirrel » in French -> « écureuil »
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So I'm having a touch time. As far as using the masculine vs the feminine version of the country. When it comes to the language do I refer to the masculine or feminine version. Such as japonaise or japonais.
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What context would you say this abomination of a sentence
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This is not an attempt to convert anyone. But this is one of the few films that I have found that speak slowly and clearly. I would place it around B1 level. (If you are a Christian and Learning French then it’s a bonus). Subtitles are available
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Salut tout le monde! Je viens de lire cette phrase et je ne comprends pas pourquoi il est nécessaire utiliser le « le » après « l’automne ». Est-ce que on peut écrire « ... l’automne sera encore plus »? Si non, pourquoi pas? Merci!
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You learn not to argue
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More French expressions!
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First poem I’ve written in French: “À la fenêtre”. What are your thoughts? :)
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Qui serait tenté par un voyage parmi les pages de mon dictionnaire ?
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Comment ça s‘appelle ? On l‘attache aux paquets de nourriture afin de maintenir le contenu frais.
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Common Phrases in French. Subtitles are Available
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When at last you are confident in your French and the first person you meet says "je n'y comprends rien du tout"
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