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Raya Mansour Lebanon Local time: 00:06 Member (2009) English to French + ...
Apr 27, 2013
I'd like to ask a couple of questions on Canadian French. I tried looking for the answers online but I couldn't find anything! Here are the questions:
- How do I write the time and date in Canadian French? For example how should I translate "10 AM, May 18, 2013" into Canadian French? - Should I use capital letters for titles? - What kind of "guillemets" should I use?
Thank you in advance! And if you happen to know a website that details all these rules, I'd love to know about it
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