French you don’t learn at school: quoi

Jolly nice day for a quoi, what what?

The current scourge of the English language for many traditionalists and upholders of linguistic correctness is the increasingly frequent use – notably, it has to be said, among the younger generation – of the dreaded “innit” at the end of a sentence.

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