how do you say 'French grammar hates me' in french?

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  • how do you say 'French grammar hates me' in french?


Answer #1 | 02/01 2014 13:06
La grammaire française me déteste or me hait.
Answer #2 | 02/01 2014 13:16
Is that what you really mean (La grammaire du français me déteste, à moi!), or are you merely trying to convey that you hate it (Je déteste la grammaire de la langue française)?.
Answer #3 | 02/01 2014 14:53
If you are saying it in french, theres no need to add the adjective "française" as people will understand you are talking about the language you are speaking into. So you should just say "La grammaire me déteste" Déteste is better than hait here, as the verb haïr is really used for strong emotions of hate.
Answer #4 | 02/01 2014 15:18
Hi ! "Me déteste" is fine; in case you'd like a more colorful expression you could say "La grammaire française m'a pris en grippe" or "la grammaire française m'a dans le nez". The latter means literally "French grammar has me up the nose" so it's a bit similar to the English phrase "get up someone's nose".

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