On Tue, Jun 06, 2006 at 03:05:26PM +0200, Bruno Marchal wrote:
> Alas this is only partially true. Well, perhaps it is due to my use of 
> both english and french all the time, but I have a tendency to mess up 
> the "s" in french too. The "s" rule are 90% opposed in french and 
> english. 

Really? True in French, the final s is rarely pronounced, but how
often do the plural forms differ for similar words in each language?
The few words that come to mind for me are exceptional:

eg animal -> animaux in French; animal -> animals in English


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