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“Vous avez aussi récemment reçu votre nouvelle carte Family, avec tutoiement en prime?”
“After Balzac's departure from Neufchatel the tone of his letters to Madame Hanska changed; he used the _tutoiement_, and his adoration increased.”
“Je crois qu'il a ete heureux de pratiquer avec moi ce tutoiement, qui ne s'adapte pas a l'anglais, et qui est si francais.”
“* From this point in the original Serge and Albine thee and thou one another; but although this _tutoiement_ has some bearing on the development of the story, it was impossible to preserve it in an English translation.”
“The Parti Québécois has had a long history of support among teachers, but the Premier's mandating of respectfulness in schools may well win some over; students are henceforth to address teachers with formal vouvoiement, not informal tutoiement.”
“Que ce soit clair: j’ai le tutoiement trop facile.”
“Je crois qu’il a ete heureux de pratiquer avec moi ce tutoiement, qui ne s’adapte pas a l’anglais, et qui est si francais.”
“During the French Revolution, and again in the liberal 60’s, waves of tutoiement helped to get the point across that all men should be equal and be addressed in the same way.”
“(think tutoiement in the French Revolution), people adopting emerging forms of communication like social media, are also embracing the consonant social identities.”
“But even then another extraordinary fancy flashed through his thought; -- and with the tutoiement of a parent to a child, with an irresistible outburst of such tenderness as almost frightened her, he cried: "Oh! merciful”
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