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21-Mar-2017 04:55

Oh là là First of all, it's not Ooh (là là) but Oh.In English this phrase has taken on a sexual innuendo, but that's not the case in French, where it's basically used for everything else.Camille Chevalier-Karfis, who runs the language learning website French Today says: "For this one, the answer is simple: memorise an example that rhymes. They should say instead: ' Ce n'est pas très clair pour moi.'" "The French expression au fur et à mesure (meaning "as/while/gradually") is a perfect example of why you can't translate word for word from one language to another," writes Thought Co's Laura Lawless.

"But Je suis plein(e) means "I am pregnant" (and is only actually used for animals, not humans).

Read this to make sure you actually know how to use the most important word in French.