Kwiziq community member
24 May 2018
I don't understand why: "David and Jean speak fluent Spanish" isn't correct? Lawless answer was: "David and Jean speak Spanish fluently
Adjective before and/or after its noun
I would have a big house if I could afford it
I feel bad
Faire les magasins
habituellement and d'habitude
I ticked both of the her/him boxes, but only the `her` reflected in my results.
Frustrating - not able to progress due to too long a period between being able to take further quizes.
23 May 2018
Double negatives in English
Test your French to the CEFR standard