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Hmm … even it happens. TROP is indeed now very extremely used but this is also very wrong. Avoid it as much as you can whether it is an adjective or an adverb and I think you should stick to your english instead:.

What sounds oddly dated in some English-speaking countries is still slang in others. Merci Geraldine. Is there an English equivalent? Je les avais entendu, souvent des mon neveues et niece francaise mais ne utilize jamais, sauf merde! Is this correct? What is implied to make sense of this? And is it common??? For the rest, I never heard of it. You are right, but be carefull when you use it because it can be misinterpreted.

Est-ce que ca veut dire la meme chose? Shut your gob! Your little video was SO well presented and explained. Merci beaucoup Madame! How nice to finally understand all those expressions. Thank you so much for that. Can you help me out? It is a positive word in slang. But also a bad one. It depends on the context. I really enjoy the insider tips! This one especially- I lived in the South of France as a teenage foreign exchange student and learned all sorts of argot that I still use today at work.

I understood that was a compliment, is that correct? Oh my … this video got tons of comments. It took me forever to scroll through them. Now I have more questions. Great questions! See what I mean? Yes, same. Google translate or neither? I assumed he meant his best loyal friend…. I have been a student of French for a long time and spend my summers here, where I am now, and I find the language is always changing and evolving, as it should. Loved this video about expressions. Something we anglophones say all the time! I carry a notebook with me when in France and write them down when I hear them.

Alors… When you say Ca roule ma poule, would that only be to a woman?

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But though it was funny. Ca roule ma poule : men or women. Sans dec: both. Exactly the same as in English. Thanks for tour help guys!

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Can you help please? Can anyone help me? I usually speak spanish and I know a little of french.

I Love the slang expression Sans dec no kidding. There is an expression for someone who is a little mad but I cannot remember it, can you help. Merci beaucoup pour tous tes videos Geraldine! Et — by the by — ton accent en anglais est super cool et chic.

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A la prochaine. I thought this means very good, however I had a funny look from my waiter when I said this in France. Bonjour Ann, It is not incorrect but no one would say it. On my first day teaching English in Evreux, I spent a couple of minutes introducing myself and talking about my life in the US. I remembered the phrase and avoided it thereafter, but I had to ask someone and was quite horrified at what I learned.

Merci beaucoup pour cette video! Ca envoi du pate!! Not your father in law or your doctor, however. Maintenant il faut simplement que je trouve un moyen de les retenir tous…! Je note.

Are they slang or typos? I knew: ca roule, trop bien, tranquille. I also have heard: Tomber dans les pommes, un coup bar barre? Is it wrong to use the word quoi after a sentence? Is it slang? I think it is also something more regional. Thankyou for that.

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And then try to copy. Not vulgar. If overused, it tends to be annoying. I liked these five expressions, but there is one which I liked most. Baudelaire was a slow and fastidious worker, and it was not until that he produced his first and famous volume of poems, Fleurs du mal.

The consummate art displayed in these verses was appreciated by a limited public, but general attention was caught by the perverse selection of morbid subjects, and the book became a by-word for unwholesomeness among conventional critics. Another edition of the Fleurs du mal , without these poems, but with considerable additions, appeared in In he became acquainted with the works of Edgar Allan Poe, in which he discovered romances and poems which had, he said, long existed in his own brain, but had never taken shape. Meanwhile his financial difficulties grew upon him.

He was involved in the failure of Poulet Malassis in , and in he left Paris for Belgium, partly in the vain hope of disposing of his copyrights. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. You may send this item to up to five recipients. The name field is required. Please enter your name. The E-mail message field is required. Please enter the message. Please verify that you are not a robot. Would you also like to submit a review for this item? You already recently rated this item.

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