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Lenna
Does '' d'accord'' have a complete form? I know the meaning of ''d'accord but i wanna know if it has a complete form cause it's seems that it is the abreviation of 2 words, i wanna know that 2 words. tnx
Jun 9, 2013 2:51 PM
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D'accord is itself the complete form, because French *imposes* a contraction when de is followed by a word that starts with a vowel sound. For example, "of France" is "de France," but "of America" is "d'Amérique," NOT "de Amérique." So d'accord is de + accord, but according to French grammar, it is not correct to say/write "de accord."
June 9, 2013
Lenna
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