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Re: jeu d'association de mots

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

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Postby Brzeczyszczykiewicz » 2020-04-25, 6:03

L'ordonnance.

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

Postby linguoboy » 2020-05-08, 15:19

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

Postby LaMaisonDieu » 2020-05-10, 17:50

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

Postby Brzeczyszczykiewicz » 2020-05-10, 23:34

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

Postby LaMaisonDieu » 2020-05-11, 6:14

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

Postby Brzeczyszczykiewicz » 2020-05-11, 17:35

LaMaisonDieu wrote:église


Your association is somewhat off here.

Unlike Italian and English (and my mother tongue, too), French actually has different words for "organ" ,in the biological sense, and "organ", meaning the musical instrument:

- organe = Partie d'un être vivant (organisme) remplissant une fonction.

- orgue = Grand instrument à vent composé de nombreux tuyaux que l'on fait résonner par l'intermédiaire de claviers, en y introduisant de l'air au moyen d'une soufflerie.

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

Postby LaMaisonDieu » 2020-05-11, 18:12

Brzeczyszczykiewicz wrote:
LaMaisonDieu wrote:église


Your association is somewhat off here.

Unlike Italian and English (and my mother tongue, too), French actually has different words for "organ" ,in the biological sense, and "organ", meaning the musical instrument:

- organe = Partie d'un être vivant (organisme) remplissant une fonction.

- orgue = Grand instrument à vent composé de nombreux tuyaux que l'on fait résonner par l'intermédiaire de claviers, en y introduisant de l'air au moyen d'une soufflerie.

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

Postby linguoboy » 2020-05-11, 18:48

Brzeczyszczykiewicz wrote:Your association is somewhat off here.

Um...it's free association. Critiquing it is kind of like critiquing somebody's stammer.
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Re: jeu d'association de mots

Postby Brzeczyszczykiewicz » 2020-05-12, 2:19

Sorry, I thought you had mixed up those two, that's the only reason I wrote that. But I stand corrected and I thank you for that.

linguoboy wrote:
Brzeczyszczykiewicz wrote:Your association is somewhat off here.

Um...it's free association. Critiquing it is kind of like critiquing somebody's stammer.


I agree. Once more, I apologize; like I said, I really thought there was a confusion between those terms, I'm not trying to be an ass or something.

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Re: jeu d'association de mots

Postby LaMaisonDieu » 2020-05-12, 8:22

LaMaisonDieu wrote:église


Puisque personne ne continue pas le jeu...

église


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