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Interlude d’autoroute

59… 62… 75… 75… 62, 62…. 13… 59… 59…

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Unless the duck is actually part of his body

Il s’a frappé le canard. Not only is that not how you would say that in French, I also seem to think that the verb is se frapper and not frapper.

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Bathroom philology

You can no more, in general, say “What is preposition p in language l” than you can say “What is the Latin for the German dative?” But with closely related languages you can identify cognates, or at least words doing … Continue reading

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