Comment dire enfant au Canada ?

Comment dire enfant au Canada ?

Comment dire enfant au Canada ?

#1. Gosse. Chez nous, on dit enfant. Dans le langage populaire québécois, une « gosse » signifie… un testicule.

Why do Canadians say 'Eh' and what does it mean?

  • « Eh » is also called a confirmational, which means a word attached at the end of a sentence to confirm if something is true . For example, « It’s getting cold, eh » or « That game was intense, eh. » Aside from frequent use, it is also said to be a reflection of Canadian identity because it connotes politeness, friendliness and inclusivity .

Why do Canadians say Ay?

  • Pronounced « ay. » This word is used in everyday Canadian vernacular to indicate that you don’t understand something , can’t believe something is true or want the person you’re speaking with to respond . It’s similar to the phrases « huh, » « right? » and « what? » commonly used in the USA.

What do Canadians say?

  • Eh? This is actually the most versatile of them all.
  • Double-double. This is not a slip of tongue.
  • Loonies and toonies. To appreciate these two words,a brief history of them is needed.
  • Toque. It is pronounced toohk’.
  • Poutine.
  • Washroom.
  • Homo milk.
  • Pencil Crayon.

What is Canadian slang?

  • Canadian slang. Canadian slang consists of words and phrases of slang exclusive to or originating from Canada. It is important to note that many of these words are regional and not used in all areas.

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