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- Sat Oct 22, 2022 4:34 am
- Forum: Language
- Topic: Double Negation and Word Placement
- Replies: 7
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I understand that in a double negative the second negative word goes after the verb. But what happens when there are two verbs, or three? Does it go after the first verb or the second verb? For example, would it be: No quiero hablar contigo mas. No quiero mas hablar contigo. Or another example: No n...
Again, I was reading a Quebecois book and one of the characters was referred to as 'mulâtre' translating to 'mulatto'. Mulatto here(among English speakers at least) is quite antiquated and offensive, like calling a black person a Negro. Is there a difference between how the Quebecois and French peop...
- Wed Sep 07, 2022 12:23 am
- Forum: Questions
- Topic: Use of monsieur in this context
- Replies: 2
- Views: 89
I was reading a French book(well, Quebecois to be precise) and the details are sort of foggy, but two characters were discussing something and one of them wasn't happy with it. The other character then said : "Monsieur n'est pas amusé", or something like that. Is monsieur in this context u...