It goes without saying that learning English is a good idea, probably healthier than going to the gym or reading books.
Nevertheless, there are always confusing moments along your learning journey. That’s why we’re here to add to the confusion with our series “Lost in translation”: a guide to unique English terms with no direct French equivalent. Without further ado, feast your eyes on these one-of-a-kind English terms and try to force them unnaturally into your next conversation.
Definition: a brother or a sister.
Definition: having a tendency to criticize or judge.
Definition: input or evaluation given in response to something.
Definition: A business, system or model that is capable of being easily expanded or upgraded.
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