Off topic: L'humour sur l'art de bien écrire
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Paul VALET  Identity Verified
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Apr 11, 2015

Je le trouve, savoureux, dans cette 9e recommandation pour bien écrire en anglais, de Frank L. Visco :

"Foreign words and phrases are not apropos."

cf. http://www.plainlanguage.gov/examples/humor/writegood.cfm

Paul Valet


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Mark Nathan  Identity Verified
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J'aime bien le 23 : Apr 11, 2015

"Who needs rhetorical questions?"

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Valeria Dominé
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très sympas aussi celui-ci Apr 11, 2015

"And always be sure to finish what"

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