Sentence examples of "talking point" in English

Your remarks are off the point. Ta remarque est hors sujet.
Tom kept talking and didn't let Mary get a word in edgewise. Tom n'a pas arrêté de parler sans laisser Mary toucher un seul mot.
I didn't get the point of his speech. Je n'ai pas saisi l'intérêt de son discours.
One of the biggest problems guys have talking to girls is running out of things to say. L'un des plus gros problèmes que les mecs ont pour parler avec les filles, c'est d'être à court de choses à dire.
Using Esperanto with him, I feel that we are both at the same level, at least from a lingual point of view. Utilisant l'espéranto avec lui, je sens que nous sommes tous les deux au même niveau, au moins du point de vue linguistique.
From all that I can collect by your manner of talking, you must be two of the silliest girls in the country. I have suspected it some time, but I am now convinced. Tout ce que je puis conclure de vos discours, c’est que vous êtes bien deux des plus sottes filles du pays. Il y a longtemps que je m’en doutais, mais j’en suis maintenant convaincu.
He seems to have missed the point. Il semble qu'il n'ait pas tout saisi.
Tom kept talking all night. Tom a parlé sans cesse toute la nuit.
This lake is deepest at this point. Le lac est le plus profond à cet endroit.
We went on talking about the matter. Nous avons parlé longuement du sujet.
You have a point there. Tu tiens là un argument.
I never imagined we'd be talking about this topic today. Je n'ai jamais imaginé que nous discuterions de ce sujet aujourd'hui.
There's no point arguing about what's true and what's false. Il n'y a pas d'intérêt à discuter de ce qui est vrai et ce qui est faux.
I enjoyed talking with him. J'ai adoré lui parler.
He uses a pencil with a fine point. Il utilise un crayon avec une pointe fine.
Let me do the talking. Laisse-moi parler.
He'll be out at lunch now, so there's no point phoning straight away. Il sera sans doute sorti déjeuner, à l'heure qu'il est, il est donc inutile d'appeler tout de suite.
Stop talking and listen to me. Arrête de parler et écoute-moi.
Point your finger at your choice. Montre ton choix du doigt.
I do not know the woman talking to our teacher. Je ne connais pas la femme qui parle à notre professeur.
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