The Sign Says / Le Signe Indique

Bilingual signs

Bilingual signs

All signs are in French and English in this New Brunswick town.

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Instructions and links to other entries for the Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sign Says can be found here.

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9 thoughts on “The Sign Says / Le Signe Indique

  1. Weird! In France, all our “stop” signs says “STOP” and not “Arrêt” which is the french word here though. / Etrange, en France, tous les panneaux “stop” disent “STOP” et non “Arrêt” qui est pourtant le mot français ici!

    • Yes, that is interesting! I guess this is a result of everything having to be distinctly written in both languages in the region. Thank you for your comment, Mademoiselle.

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