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Hi there, I was wondering if you could explain the present tense in the following sentence:
Mais c'était avant qu'ils ne reçoivent plus de 15 millions de paquets de la part des 26.000 buralistes de France...
Why is "reçoivent" in present (subjunctive)?
Why was l'imparfait used? I thought lepassé composé would be a best fit for the sentence.
I think that the text “Nous ramassions des coquillages” has the audio “Nous y ramassions des coquillages”.
Hi there, I was wondering what the difference is between using "donc" and "du coup" or "par consequent". I seem to keep mixing these up. Whenever I look them up, they seem to be interchangeable but when I complete the exercises, this is not the case.
Here's the context: Du coup, je n'ai pas arrêté une minute aujourd'hui, pour que tout soit prêt à temps.
Thanks for your help
Bonjour! I was wondering why the verb acheter is as achetées rather than acheté ? Do we know that the person who bought the boots is female or is this another rule that I may have missed ?
In links to further lessons at this page, this link appears: Conjugate reflexive verbs in L'Imparfait (imperfect tense). I believe what you meant it to be was Conjugate reflexive verbs in the Imperative mood instead.
How do you know when to use qui or ce qui in a sentence both can be followed by a verb?
I still can't wrap my head around when you use the subjonctif passé instead of the subjonctif présent. Can someone please give me a couple more examples?