Bonjour à tous!
Today's word of the day is "besoin" which translates to "need". This word originates from Middle French, Old French besoing; can be seen as a masculine variant of besogne, from Old French besonge, from Old Frankish bisunnija, from sunnijōn (“to look after”) hence a possible origin for the french word soigner, possibly through a Vulgar Latin intermediate bisonium.
Can you use it in a sentence? Mais bien sûr!
Stephanie avait raison...j'ai besoin de quelqu'un. J'ai besoin de quelqu'un qui pourra m'aimer et me protéger des maux du monde.
Translation? Of course!
Stephanie was right... I need someone. I need someone who can love me and protect me from the evils of the world.
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