How do you translate "man" in the following sentence:
J.H. observes: The government has become blatantly anti-union, man.?
your question is what some people call double bind: - if I answer to you and translate it I will use french or german, or italian..., and here we must use only english...it's a fault. - and if I don't answer, I'll feel guilty for giving no answer to a friendly question.
I think that is the reason why nobody answered. But I must say I am very pleased to find your question because I am fed up with this May Day on top of the topics.
Thank you for your bright question, Sunny19
I think it's the same question that in the vocabulary par. why "man " at the nd of an expression.
Hello, Trannhnkiet91, can you explain your nickname to us. Perhaps are you living in the French Département of Essonne ?