A guide to the nymphs of France

img_2682Just in case we need it today, here’s a practical guide to keeping your nymphs straight, from the immortal Pièges et difficultés de la langue française, by Jean Girodet. This book is so indispensable that I have two copies–one for at home in France, and one for when I’m in the US. Mind you, I couldn’t find an entry in it on the subject of whether or not you use the subjunctive after the word possibilité–but, at least I have some confidence that if I need to talk about a nymph today, I’ll use the correct noun…

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