French lesson: question of the day #14

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In French, “a stroller” is “une poussette“, but in Canada, they call it “un carrosse“, which in France means “horse-drawncoach or carriage, that word conveying the sense of “royal carriage“, so pretty funny to hear that word used for a stroller πŸ™‚ In Spanish, the simply call it “un cochecito” (little car).

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