How do you accept in French?

How do you accept in French?

There are many ways to accept, but here are the most common:

  1. Volontiers – with pleasure – we also use “avec plaisir” but it’s a bit less common.
  2. Oui, d’accord – yes, OK, I agree.
  3. Je veux bien. – OK, I’d love to, meaning YES, I accept.

How did they treat syphilis in ww1?

These were to revolutionise the treatment of syphilis. For centuries before Salvarsan, treatment was by the use of mercury and iodides but these medications usually failed to prevent the disease progressing over the years to the incurable tertiary stages.

How many soldiers died of syphilis during the Civil War?

Sexually transmitted diseases were a problem. There were 102,893 cases of gonorrhea and 79,589 cases of syphilis with only about 130 deaths. Union General Joseph Hooker’s 1863 directive to improve soldier moral by allowing prostitutes into his encampment has forever associated his name with prostitutes.

Where did venereal diseases come from?

“Two or three of the major STIs [in humans] have come from animals. We know, for example, that gonorrhoea came from cattle to humans. Syphilis also came to humans from cattle or sheep many centuries ago, possibly sexually”.

Did STDs exist in ancient times?

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), previously known as venereal diseases (VD), were present among the populations of antiquity as well as during the Middle Ages. The writings of the Greek and Roman physicians and of their satiric poets (Martial, Juvenal, Ovid) described diverse genital diseases.

What animal did Chlamydia come from?

He said Chlamydia pneumoniae was originally an animal pathogen that crossed the species barrier to humans and had adapted to the point where it could now be transmitted between humans. “What we think now is that Chlamydia pneumoniae originated from amphibians such as frogs,” he said.

Can you get an STD from a dog?

While the majority of canine STDs cannot be transmitted between species (such as via direct exposure to infected blood), some conditions, such as brucellosis, can also infect humans.