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Do not we have a vocabulary list of "more common" fruits on kwiziq?
Why should I say "Je suis UN oncle" instead of "Je suis oncle"? I shall say "Il est président / prof / boulanger", always omitting the indefinite article. Is it different for family relations? Thanks in advance for any help.
I believe six-heures de l'après-midi should be a good option alongside dix-huit heures?
In this text, why does she say 'J'ai vécu', but then say 'Je faisais partie' et 'J'organisais'....
I am wondering why the different tenses here, as surely 'living' was an on-going occurrence ?
Why was qui est-ce qui not correct? Qui was the correct answer. I thought the two were interchangeable and both correct?
Toujours is being red-lined at the end of this lesson. However as the action "hesitation' or 'being unsure' is ongoing, these 3 links from Laura Lawless suggest to me that toujours is the better word for 'still' in this context. At the very least, they indicate that toujours is a correct option.