Sunday, April 7, 2013

In France, for the kind words you typically use?

Trouble made by quatrohot: what french words do you use commonly in english?

I know you say “déja vu” ( why?) “fiancée) or c’est la vie.

In france we say flently “weekend”, “skateboard” , “Tshirt”, “e-mail” and some other english word I’ve forgotten.

have a good night


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Answer by Eddy

Resumé.


Answer by letthemusictakecontrol

Ooh, my French teacher had a huge poster of these on the wall of her classroom last year. I can’t remember all of them but I’ll try…


ballet, brunette, bureau, café, chic, cliché, clique, decor, faux, forte, montage, mousse.


then there’s a whole list here (:


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_French_phrases_used_by_English_speakers


Answer by Luke

wikipedia has a thorough list. we do use all of them, but some way more often than others. some we have adopted as our own.


Answer by ☆StarGirl☆

Je ne sais quoi is another popular one.

We say déja vu to signify the feeling that we’ve done something or been somewhere before, even if this is the first time doing or being in this place. It’s a bit hard to explain.

It’s pretty cool what English words you guys use.  In France, for the kind words you typically use? Have a good night!


Answer by austin_renaissance_man

Much of the English language is of French origin. Virtually any word ending in -tion or -age (for example “language’).


As far as just using French expressions to sound sophisticated, I’ve heard people toss out “Comment alles vous?”, “Contraire, mon frère.” and “Sacre blue!” That last one is a mystery to me. Freetranslation.com translated it as “Blue coronation!”


“Déjà vu”, to us is an expression used when you’re in a situation that seems strangely familliar. It could be that something just happened that reminds you of something similar that happened to you before, or it could be a feeling you get when you’re somewhere you’ve never been before and yet it feels as though you have been.


Answer by lennonrox

sautee


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