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There are French words that don’t really mean anything — yet they serve a purpose and they are widely used every day by the French people!
There’s more to a word than its meaning. We’re talking about the words, Euh”, “Allô”, “Ouais”, “Hein”, and “Et puis voilà quoi”. You’ll be surprised how useful they are! And if you use these words (or sounds) in your speech you’d sound like a native!
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