IME Cantonese (CPIME) Input for Windows 10

I don’t usually publish geek posts or material, and this short explanation is made for IME Cantonese (CPIME) users. For those who don’t know what this is about, it is a keyboard input based on Jyutping (or Yale) phonography designed to output Traditional Chinese characters based on Cantonese pronunciation. I have been constantly bugged by … Continue reading IME Cantonese (CPIME) Input for Windows 10

Past Participle Agreement in French: Aristocracy of Complexity

Almost every year, we hear or read the same question among French speakers: should we keep that complex grammar rule about past participle agreement when used with a passé composé [1]? This rule is not an original Old nor Middle French inspiration. It has been implemented into French around the end of Renaissance. Before the … Continue reading Past Participle Agreement in French: Aristocracy of Complexity