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14 August 2018
Where "on" refers to " we" as a specific group of people, should it not be "verrons" rather than "Verra"
13 August 2018
Bon Jour !! I saw this sentence in your examples: Alice s'est maquillée. (Alice put her make-up on.) I don' t see the verb mettre (to put) ??
How about allowing the women to answer properly with "restée" ?
Colloquial vs formal
Se rappeler avec ou sans “de” ou “des”
But lui is male ?? Should it not be her??
So is this test question response: "Malgré la fumée, il commença à mieux respirer." a time when we should use passé simple when saying something?
How do you form inverted questions in passè composé using the object pronouns y and en?
12 August 2018
Hello I see differences in the video and in the lesson with some of the adjective forms.
soi on its own sounds clumsy, which is unusual in french
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