In the first case the unaccented, in the second the accented form has prevailed—Modern French parle, parler; aime, aimer.
Modern French scientists are particularly laudatory in their estimation of Aristotle.
Modern French has borrowed back our budget, together with several other words dealing with business and finance.
In Modern French the pronominal inversion (the substantive being prefixed) or a verbal periphrasis must be used—Saul est-il?
Used in Modern French only in a few provinces, except in certain phrases such as sous cape, 'secretly'.
Modern French still has the verb guetter, to lie in wait for, and guet, the watch.
Modern French and English writers have adopted this word from the Portuguese; but it is a modern word in its present use.