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This is a bit weird but is it alright to use a french phrase which is used in english a lot in a german essay, for example du jour?
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This is a bit weird but is it alright to use a french phrase which is used in english a lot in a german essay, for example du jour?
Yes.

Phrases like "vis-a-vis" or "carpe diem" are acceptable too.
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thanks very much.
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thanks very much.
Cheers. In fact using such phrases sporadically spices up your essay in a positive manner.
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I like the phrase 'partout nicht' - a nice little mixture
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