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  • Mon plus jeune fils a longtemps fait des fautes de genre à certains mots très courants comme clef parce que sa nounou qui parlait français comme une langue natale était néanmoins un plus anglophone que francophone et les lui avait transmises. marie-hélène |


  • I think you need a devoted nounou and one of those lovely well-behaved children that walk calmly around the Park Monceau in tweed Bondpoint outfits practising their times tables (rather than my semi-feral brood) to be worthy of it ..


  • Nurses, some in the white caps of their native province, others with the satin streamers of the _nounou_, marched sedately two by two, wheeling perambulators and talking.

    The Magician

  • I drove out to the Bois with baby and his _nounou_, and to gain time put on my skates in the carriage, and when I arrived, I walked down to the lake.

    In the Courts of Memory, 1858 1875; from Contemporary Letters

  • Lastly dear mr / miss / mrs nounou, there is major distinction between giving your opinion and making false accusations against someone without any basis at all, im sure a good old fashioned dictionary will clarify this point clearly.


  • Our nounou gets lots of baby magazines - occupational spam, I guess.

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  • Never tried with the crottes de chien, maybe it’s a good way to teach counting until twenty, every time we go to the nounou.

    the counting game

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