The French use the slang "cool," almost the same as Americans.
Slang, jargon, and acronyms, cannot be avoided when learning French, what you learn in French class is 90 percent different than reality. One learns that learning just standard French will take a lifetime, and slang words are for the most part annoying.
Text messaging French speakers with cell phones is interesting:
Bonjour is Bjr
Salut is Slt
However, I was happy to discover,
"Cool is cool," the Francophone community seems to use the word "cool," almost the same as English speakers.
Cool means: awesome, or great here in Kara,Togo West Africa.
And, how do you say "Weekend," in French?
And, how do they goodbye, most to the time?
Franglais = French and Anglais (Anglais is French for English.)
I was told the girl was,
More or less she is a dizzy girl...
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I love the smattering of English words that appear in a lot of Continental European languages. My personal favourite in French - Le top de la top (ie the best haha.)
A girl here said to me, Super cool. You are so correct.
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