fr. means French for “frank”. Fr is a word used to describe “the frankness of a remark or a statement.
When you’re reading a text, such as a phone call or text message, you can look at what it says and see that it is actually saying something. Fr, however, is a word that has very little meaning, and is often used to say “something else”. For example, a “frank” message usually has a reference to another person and a “frank” reference to something else.
Fr is a fairly common word and is used in lots of different situations. A frank conversation generally has one or more references and frank references. This is usually done by saying, “You need to hear this,” and then looking at which one it is.
A frank conversation generally has one or more references and frank references. You need to hear this, and then looking at which one it is.
That’s why I was so excited about the new Deathloop trailer. It’s a frank conversation that brings up the idea of our party-loving main character spending his entire time killing Visionaries and getting to know them. That’s one of the best parts of Deathloop.
I can’t get that there is more than one reference. I get the whole meaning of the phrase, but I can’t figure out the reference.
I know you’re probably wondering how on Earth I know which reference is which, but the text in the trailer is actually written in français. It’s a French phrase, so it’s probably because I’m a French/Canadian who speaks a little français.
Franais is a French language. It’s a subset of French, which is a language which is pronounced all the way from French to English. It’s a French dialect which is not spoken in the U.S. (although it is still spoken in Canada). The Wikipedia article for it is pretty decent.
Franais is a very interesting language, but it is not spoken in the United States. The closest country to France is Canada, but Canada is a country and not a language.