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  • proper n. The dialect of the French language spoken in Louisiana, USA


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  • She made a chord on the neck and brushed her thumb across the strings, then began singing “Corina, Corina” in Cajun French.

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  • In Cajun French, both names sound like "Point ahw-shen."

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  • Cajun French is a distinct, American language, developed over time on American soil.


  • So it must have been serious culture shock for him when he arrived in Louisiana, between segregation and having to understand Cajun French, France must have been a relief in a way.

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  • I find it interesting that faite and fête are homonyms in Cajun French. CAJUN FRENCH.

  • In the U.S. state of Louisiana, the public school system is going to great lengths to promote its Creole and Cajun French heritage and it's turned to Africa for help.

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  • She said something to her husband in Cajun French.

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  • The old man answered in Cajun French, but his eloquent shrug spoke volumes.

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  • The bearded man startled Gregory by barking an order in Cajun French.

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  • Designed to be a fun and entertaining application for everyone, Tee-John, The Bayou Philosopher, provides users with over a dozen quips of wit and wisdom with full audio in both English and Cajun French.


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