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languagef langue
to readlire
to writeécrire
to typetaper
to printécrire en caractères d`imprimerie
to eraseeffacer
to speakparler
to saydire
to talkparler
to askdemander
to spellépeler
to drawdessiner
nounm nom, m substantif
verbm verbe
adjectivem adjectif
adverbm adverbe
pronounm pronom
alphabetm alphabet
letterf lettre
  • upper case, capital
  • f majuscule
  • lower case
  • f miniscule
    number (mathematical)m nombre
    number (telephone, house)m numéro
    number (quantity)f quantité
    symbolm symbole
    wordm mot
    readingf lecture
    spellingf orthographe
    writingf écriture
    sentencef phrase
  • clause
  • f proposition
  • subject
  • m sujet
  • object
  • m objet
    sayingm dicton
    phrase (expression)f expression
    phrase (language)m syntagme
    proverbm proverbe
    statementm exposé, f déclaration
    questionf question
    textm texte
    paragraphm paragraphe
    chapterm chapitre
    grammar (language)f grammaire
    grammar (book)f grammaire
    apostrophef apostrophe
    full stopm point
    commaf virgule
    colonmpl deux-points
    semi colonm point-virgule
    hyphenm trait d`union
    tensem temps
    past tensem passé
    present tenseprésent
    future tensem futur
    perfect tensem parfait
    present perfect tensem passé composé
    future perfect tensem futur composé

    Literaturef littérature
    bookm livre
    comicf bande dessinée
    dictionarym dictionnaire
    language dictionarym dicctionaire
    leafletm prospectus
    letterf lettre
    magazinem magazine
    newspaperm journal
    pamphletf brochure
    textbookm manuel
    tomem tome
    reportm rapport
    short storyf nouvelle
    biographyf biographie
    documentm document
    storyf histoire
    novelm roman
    poemm poème
    horrorf horreur
    comedyf comédie
    romancef histoire d`amour
    sci-fif science-fiction
    typem caractère
    fontf police
    typefacef police de caractères
    stationerympl articles de papeterie
    penm stylo
    pencilm crayon de papier
    paperm papier
    inkf encre

    talkf communication
    gossipm commérage
    debatem débat
    discussionf discussion
    argumentf argument
    conversationf conversation
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