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By Adrien Clautrier, Henry Rowe

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Next time you’re touring or simply chattin’ in French together with your buddies, drop the textbook formality and bust out with expressions they by no means train you at school, including:

•Cool slang
•Funny insults
•Explicit intercourse terms
•Raw swear words

Dirty French teaches the informal expressions heard each day at the streets of France:

•What's up?
Ça va?

•He's completely hot.
Il est un gravure de mode.

•That brie smells funky.
Ce brie despatched putain de drôle.

•I'm gonna get ripped!
Je vais me fracasser!

•I gotta piss.
Je dois pisser.

•The ref is fucking asshole.
L'arbitre est un gros enaelé!

•Wanna test doggy-style?
Veux-tu faire l'amour en levrette?

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Whereas the writing and pronunciation of the vowel phonemes ³ a [c], Ç i [i] and áõ u [u] are the same in all positions, there are positional differences in the writing and spelling of » e and ¿ ē for [7] and á o and o ō for [f]. The difference expressed in having two graphemes for each of the two phonemes [7] and [f], namely » e and ¿ ē for [7] and á o and o ō for [f] is caused by the historic change from diachronic Armenian, by former distributional differences14 (the phonemes had been real allophones in diachronic Armenian) and by orthographical conventions.

Pres. now say-ptcp. ” d. Five consonants with a following vowel As with three and four consonants, in general, the first consonant forms a syllable with the epenthetic schwa.

Four consonants CCCC and following V In general, four consonant clusters may behave in different ways, depending on the various consonants. The most frequent and representative cases are given: – The 1st consonant forms a syllable with the epenthetic schwa, the 2nd and 3rd form another syllable with the inserted schwa, the 4th consonant with the following vowel: C6-C6C-CV . g. Vaux 1998: 25), as well as from native speakers and even from written corpus. . The first pronunciation is the strict normative one, the second the more frequent and “more natural”.

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