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This answer was said to be correct however I had not ticked it because I thought « de onze » was incorrect. Why isn’t it « d’onze » ?
Hello in the expression comment expliquez vous qu en plus il ait eu une attitude ambigue why is the subjunctive used here Paul
Can you use en plus de instead of ainsi que?
I believe it would be better to replace "behind" with "after" to be consistent with the use of "before" in the following paragraph :J'ai regardé la fille. la fille is the object of ai regardé but it's behind, so no agreement.
I watched the girl.
-> Je l'ai regardée. l' replaces la fille -feminine/singular- and it's before the verb, so agreement.
I watched her.
One of the questions lists "Où je mets mes chaussures d'habitude ?" as a
correct answer. However, this does not appear to be one of the three ways of asking a
question given in the lesson. According to the lesson, où must be
followed by inversion (or est-ce que), so it would be "Où mets-je mes chaussures
d'habitude ?" Why isn't inversion needed here?
Le professeur dit de ne pas courir.
Can "ne pas courir" be used as the negative imperative "Don't run !"
Small point of detail : la République Française, or la République française ?
I think this should be la République française (française not capitalised).
What is the consensus on this ? Does it matter ? Would either be ok ?
On Wikipedia, in this context , française generally seems to be in lower case, and I think the same on L'OBS web site.Thanks. Paul.
et n'est pas toujours pas revenu. My question is in regard with first (Pas), should it be there? if so, why?. Also, I verified with the audio file, it is not there.
I'm wondering why we would say 'on a dégusté des spécialités lyonnaises' rather than 'on dégustait des spécialités lyonnaises'. I thought that we would use the imperfect in this case as it happened over an extended period of time?