FYW 235: How to translate “Nothing serious, something urgent” and more expressions in French
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A simple French grammar tip can help you go a long way to efficiently translate common expressions from English to French! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode Rien/quelque chose / quelqu’un / personne + DE + adj SING MASC rien de spécial / de grave / d'important / d'urgent quelqu’un d’important / de généreux / d'honnête… BUT de BIEN vs BON quelque chose de bizarre / d'étonnant / d'incroyable / secret
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