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Useless word of the day : Suivez-moi-jeune-homme

 Swee-vay mo-ah juh-n om
'follow-me-young-lad', is a ribbon or a piece of laces, that dangles from the back of a woman's dress or hat, as if to lure the men into following her. XIXth century.

'All the gazes followed Nana down the street, the red suivez-moi-jeune-homme proudly dangling from her dress.'

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Les meilleurs trucs pour tout piger, c'est la série d'argot sur l'Alternative

épisode 2 - nouvelle version

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C’est à peine encore si on a écouté Salamano
quand il a rappelé que j’avais été bon pour son chien et quand il
a répondu à une question sur ma mère et sur moi en disant que
je n’avais plus rien à dire à maman et que je l’avais mise pour
cette raison à l’asile.

Above is an excerpt from L’etranger by Albert Camus.
The underlined part..
Does it mean (A) I was good to his dog, or (B) I was good to him about his dog?

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AIM to acquire French!
My most recent Action Research article-finally published on my blog!

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I created a french group where we can have hangouts and learn better anyone care to join
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