acebauer (acebauer) wrote,

Care for a croissant?

Taken from the New York Times:

"[F]ew peoples are more identified with their language than the French. They watch over how it is written and spoken; considering it an expression of French power, they are understandably pained to see English as the new lingua franca."
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