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So, in the real world, I won't hear "C'est humide" if I ask about the weather on a rainy day?
I have a question about when subjects are going somewhere. Sometimes we use "à____". why is this different?
"on naviguerait jusqu'en Martinique "
Je suis desolee. Les vaches ont une vie terrible.
Why can't it be "aux fêtes" since the sentence is "at parties"?
Hello, I have been reading FAQs and searching the internet for a way to make a study group or become a teacher in KwizIQ. Is it possible, and if so, how?
I'm wondering why in the sentence: "...during that period, I did not have to take the train.", the imperfect of devoir is used instead of the perfect tense? Since it is a specific and closed period of time (three weeks), doesn't that mean it's not an ongoing action? Thanks.
When the owner is a person, you can alternatively use "de qui" as well as dont:
Les enfants, de qui je connais la maman, sont bien élevés.
The children, whose mum I know, are well behaved.
Can I say that
Les enfants, de qui les pères sont riches, sont bien élevés.
The children, whose fathers are rich, are well behaved
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Can I say "et je pourrais dormir plus longtemps" instead of "je pouvait"?