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30 Incorrectly Used Words That Can Make You Look Bad While I like to think I know a little about business writing, I often fall into a few word traps. For example, "who" and "whom." I rarely use "whom" when I should. Even when spell check suggests "whom," I think it sounds pretentious. So I don't use it. French Interactive Readings LanguageGuide.org • French Click on a reading below. The reading will begin to play. Pause it and see the word that is being read. Click on any word and the reading will start up at that location. Spanish Dictionary Online Translation LEXILOGOS •dictionaries & grammars edited by the Royal Spanish Academy (Real academia española) • Diccionario de la lengua española: dictionary of the Spanish language, meanings & etymology • Diccionario esencial de la lengua española: essential dictionary of the Spanish language (2006) • Diccionario panhispánico de dudas
Bubble vocabulary: the best way to expand your vocabulary is to use the words you don’t quite know. Illustration by Lisa Larson-Walker A little while back, I was chatting with a friend when he described a situation as “execrable.” He pronounced it “ex-EH-crable.” I’d always thought it was “EX-ecrable.” But execrable is a word I’d mostly just read in books, had rarely heard spoken, and had never once, in my whole life, uttered aloud—in large part because I wasn’t exactly sure how to say it, and because the nuances of its definition (beyond “bad”) escaped me. Since we have a trusting, forthright relationship, I decided to broach the topic.
French Lessons with vocabulary about computers French computer vocabulary The following list of French vocabulary concerns computers and Internet, this will be useful to many English speaking people who are already in France, reading through a French web pages, or perhaps if you are communicating with a French person via the Internet. Many high-tech words have the same spelling in French and English, however the pronunciation will often change because of the tonic accent on the vowels, take for example the English word "WIFI", in French it is pronounced "wee-fee". Another example is Linux, in French it is pronounced "lee-nux". Other abbreviations such as ROM, ADSL, Internet just sound the same, so you should not have too much difficulty. Just for information, if you are in France and need to use a computer do not forget that the keyboard has a different layout to the standard keyboard, in France you will use an AZERTY keyboard instead of the normal QWERTY.
Core French 5 to 12 (2001) Skip to main content | Skip to navigation | Accessibility Statement Text Size Advanced Search Help Contact Us Quick Links News | The Premier Online | Ministries & Organizations | Job Opportunities | Main Index Contents 18 Ways to Improve Your Body Language There is no specific advice on how to use your body language. What you do might be interpreted in several ways, depending on the setting and who you are talking to. You’ll probably want to use your body language differently when talking to your boss compared to when you talk to a girl/guy you’re interested in. These are some common interpretations of body language and often more effective ways to communicate with your body. Jack Hunt School - French Primary Resources Select Language Powered by Translate You are here: French Primary Resources
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