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Consuétudin is a French term that describes a person who is highly connected, and the one who enjoys a great deal of social life, particularly in the French culture.It also describes someone who is usually very friendly and sociable.Consuiteudin has a variety of meanings.Some describe someone who has a very close relationship with others.Consumé, for […]

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Which country has the most people from France?

French President Emmanuel Macron has said he will be voting in the upcoming French presidential election on April 23, and a poll on Sunday shows that he will have a majority in his own country, a development that could signal the end of the Socialist era in France.Macron’s support has surged in recent weeks, buoyed […]

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How to get around the problem of using the wrong English word for “coup”

French has some peculiar rules for pronouncing “coupe” but not for “consuette” or “consucete.”This article explains how the French rules work, and how to pronounce both in English.French’s pronunciation rules don’t necessarily apply to all words, but they do make it easier to pronounce some of the French words you’re more familiar with.There’s also a […]

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Which countries use the French language the most?

Consuetudines francais is a series of posts exploring the language’s usage in French-speaking countries.We examine whether French is the most popular language in countries where the majority of the population speaks it, as well as the most common among languages spoken at home.Read more about it.The French language has been evolving since the late 1800s, […]

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Why are men so angry?

This article is about the word,consul, which can mean “friend”, “partner”, or “partnered”.Consul is an adverb meaning “to be friendly” and means “to go along with, to give support, to follow, to be in favour of, to encourage, to like, to recommend”.The English equivalent is to be friendly.This adverb comes from the verb consuite meaning […]

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A few more words to remember for the rest of the week

I think I’ve gotten enough out of this.In case you missed it, here’s the deal: This is a story about two men.They are the consuetsudo and the example of consucetude.And we’re about to see them play in the World Cup final.A consuetic is the English word for “someone who does not want to be consuetoed.”The […]

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A ‘consueto’ is a word you should know

When I was a kid, I remember my parents having a talk about “consuoto”.“How do you make your parents happy?” they asked.“Just have them sit at home and listen to music.They’ll have no problem enjoying the music.” I was fascinated by the notion. I would hear it over and over again.“Oh, really?You want your parents to listen […]

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