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Message  gerardM Mar 13 Fév - 19:32


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Message  gerardM Mar 13 Fév - 19:36


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Message  MurielB Mar 13 Fév - 22:14

gerardM a écrit:
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Tx Gérard, these differences are tiny and difficult to memorize. Tx for posting that and in the long run we will all be able to speak perfect American English;

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Message  gerardM Jeu 15 Fév - 15:53


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Message  gerardM Jeu 15 Fév - 21:05


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Message  gerardM Jeu 15 Fév - 21:34





Pretend to be fluent? Then you have to know these words as they are just around us quite every day, right?
NB:
- "pipe" in pipewrench has nothing to do with the. French "pipe", but Fr "tube"; this model of wrench is effectively  used by plumbers or say to deal with pipes.
- I'm sorry but a bolt is a screw + a nut.
- True that a "tape measure" is the object in the picture, not a tape measurer.
- no mistake, the spelling is well "mallet" for our Fr "maillet"
- no need to exactly know the exact technical words but let's use wrench, pliers, saw... properly provided you can describe the use (English people don't know better than the French).
- I didn't know "corkscrew"... I'm saying "cork remover" but I don't find it in my dictionary... and my friends don't correct me  scratch  .

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Regarding the last point, "cork remover" is understood.
However it appears that oodles of words/expressions are in use: bottle opener, cork puller, Wine Bottle Opener, Corkscrew Wine Opener, corl pops, cork popper... Amazon knows all of them.

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Message  MurielB Jeu 15 Fév - 22:45

Yes we should know all these words, especially if we are a handyman (handywoman) or a do-it-yourself man  (do-it-yourself woman) that is a DIY man
or a DIY woman.

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Message  gerardM Ven 16 Fév - 0:41

MurielB a écrit:Yes we should know all these words, especially if we are a handyman (handywoman) or a do-it-yourself man  (do-it-yourself woman) that is a DIY man
or a DIY woman.
Muriel, instead of man... woman, just say person eg salesperson.

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Message  gerardM Ven 16 Fév - 14:35


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Message  gerardM Ven 16 Fév - 19:27


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Message  MurielB Ven 16 Fév - 22:46

gerardM a écrit:
MurielB a écrit:Yes we should know all these words, especially if we are a handyman (handywoman) or a do-it-yourself man  (do-it-yourself woman) that is a DIY man
or a DIY woman.
Muriel, instead of man... woman, just say person eg salesperson.

Gérard I agree that  the single biggest problem in sexist language is the generic masculine pronoun, that's the reason why I wrote the same expression with "woman". "Person"  or "they" are the solution to that problem.

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Message  gerardM Sam 17 Fév - 12:10

MurielB a écrit:...
Gérard I agree that  the single biggest problem in sexist language is the generic masculine pronoun, that's the reason why I wrote the same expression with "woman". "Person"  or "they" are the solution to that problem.
There's no problem in the English language Muriel, the problem comes from French natives.

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Message  gerardM Sam 17 Fév - 12:12


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Message  gerardM Sam 17 Fév - 13:38

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Message  gerardM Sam 17 Fév - 17:56


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Message  gerardM Dim 18 Fév - 0:32


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Message  gerardM Dim 18 Fév - 16:28


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Message  gerardM Dim 18 Fév - 16:30


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Message  gerardM Dim 18 Fév - 17:45


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Message  gerardM Dim 18 Fév - 17:50


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Message  gerardM Dim 18 Fév - 21:13





"Underpants" or "undies", "umbrella" or "brolly".
Don't forget taht when there're 2 things (2 legs, 2 arms, 2 anything), you need a plural... English speaking people do wonder why the French say "toilettes".
This page is American. Pullover and sweater are Am, the Brits rather say "jumper".

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Message  MurielB Dim 18 Fév - 23:47

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Tx Gérard, it was very useful for me to read these examples especially "To make dinner" when we write "To make the dinner" ii is because of the French language.

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Do spend a long time picking out clothes when you go shopping?
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