From Amy Thomas, author of Paris, My Sweet. A love affair with Paris, New York, sweets and, now, a little girl named Parker.
que se passe-t-il ? Qui vous a fait des misères
Not really sure that it quite means annoying. There is the imtimation that the person who says it is annoyed with themselves in some way or hurt. "Tes mots sont vexants" means that you are hurt by what the other person is saying. "C'est vexant. Je ne savais pas qu'il m'attendait" would mean that its annoying because you should have realised the other person was waiting.
Ooh a lovely word! I enjoy its english version, i.e "I am greatly vexed!" so 'Jane Austen' :)
Yeah. Describes my day, too.
I love a good French language lesson.
Perfecto. Gracias y merci.your confused friend C ..
Hi Amy - bought your book at Paris WH Smith last week and enjoyed it very much! Loved the mix of personal life/memoir with helpful Paris sweet info all in one place.Off to find a plenitude individuel (I hope!) at a Pierre Hermé today.Congratulations on the publication of your book and all the best for the future.Cheers from Paris (at the moment!).