Le mot du jour : “Carrément !”
This is an expression for everyday life. “Carrément” comes from “un carré”, which means “a square”. It’s employed to express a strong agreement for example. I think that in English, you would use “really” or “completely”.
Ex : Il est carrément fort à ce jeu = He is really good at that game.Tu as faim ? Carrément ! = Are you hungry ? Yes, I’m starving!
So if you want to sound French and casual, don’t hesitate to punctuate your sentences with that word, it’s “carrément” easy 😉