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Careful, "en franchise" here refers to a tax exemption. It does not mean the same as the English word "franchise" in this context. What is the rest of your sentence? It looks to me like it is saying "tax exempt before..."
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tax exemption (before)
Explanation: or tax exempt
Gilla Evans Local time: 21:42 Works in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 50
Thanks a lot. I am awarding 4 KudoZ points.
Notes to answerer
Asker: Sorry about my bungling. I was set upon giving you the point, when I was given 2 options. The first one was for waiting for 24 hours, I did not want to delay the awarding. Hence chose the second option, thinking that you will get the points, though I might forget to come here afterwards.
Now I am dismayed to note that the power for awarding the points has been lost due to my bungling. I am very sorry.
Your answer is the correct one and I hope the points come to you ultimately.
There is no excuse for my bungling. Sorry once again.