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Great use of contemporary language

AdelaidaC1Kwiziq community member

Great use of contemporary language

Merci, j'ai aimé le nouveau vocabulaire.  

alors, est-ce que "faire un carton", "se défouler" "bluffant" et "mal en point" sont des expressions assez courantes maintenant?  

Asked 1 year ago
CélineKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Adelaida,

Thank you for your nice feedback! These expressions are indeed commonly used in France (colloquial / between friends). ;-)

I hope this is helpful.

Bonne journée !

VickiB1Kwiziq community member

C'est quoi la différence entre mal en point et mal au point svp ?

CélineKwiziq team member

Bonjour Vicki,

"Être mal en point" means "to be in a bad way/shape" while "aller mal au point de + [verb] / que + [conjugated verb]" means "to go bad to the point of [verb in -ing]" / that you [do something]".

I hope this is helpful.

Bonne journée ! 

Great use of contemporary language

Merci, j'ai aimé le nouveau vocabulaire.  

alors, est-ce que "faire un carton", "se défouler" "bluffant" et "mal en point" sont des expressions assez courantes maintenant?  

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