How to use Modern French in a sentence
In the first case the unaccented, in the second the accented form has prevailed—Modern French parle, parler; aime, aimer.
In Modern French the pronominal inversion (the substantive being prefixed) or a verbal periphrasis must be used—Saul est-il?
Modern French has borrowed back our budget, together with several other words dealing with business and finance.The Romance of Words (4th ed.) | Ernest Weekley
Modern French still has the verb guetter, to lie in wait for, and guet, the watch.The Romance of Words (4th ed.) | Ernest Weekley
Modern French and English writers have adopted this word from the Portuguese; but it is a modern word in its present use.West African studies | Mary Henrietta Kingsley