Daily Archives: 7 March 2012

‘No fruity coleslaw’ by Simon Parke

No fruity coleslaw: Pas de salade de chou cru fruité : “I mean, when’s it coming?” she continues. “Mmm?! What’s going on? Not there yesterday, not here today! No fruity coleslaw! Call this a supermarket?!” Her reactions are wonderfully disproportionate … Continue reading

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Les poules du couvent…

Homographes non homophones : These are examples of French words that are identical when written but are pronounced differently and have a different meaning: Sortant de l’abbaye où les poules du couvent couvent, je vis ces vis. Nous portions nos … Continue reading

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