Over the centuries, the French language has evolved considerably, and its spelling has undergone several reforms.
Since 1990, the spelling reform approved by the French Academy was never actually followed .
In the next school year , teachers will implement this reform in the books of schools : 2,400 common words will be changed, or 4% of our current lexicon.
Here are 10 words that change in 2016
So from now : attention to the dictation !
Before, you could write
Now, we must write
Forget dashes, oignon loses its “i” and nénuphar gets an “f”..
First victim of this cleansing : the circumflex “^”.
It will gradually disappear.
The French language is a living language and by definition it is a language that evolves.
If we read the texts dating from the XVI century , you would be suprised of the spelling of certain words!
But we are a bit tradionnalist and this makes us sick at heart…
TO SUM IT UP
HUMOR, JUST FOR FUN