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Si je changeais maintenant here you have used imparfait can I use passé composé here
You managed to finish your exercise.HINT: Conjugate arriver (to manage) using le Passé Composé (conversational past)
The answer given is ‘es arrivé’. So, even when ‘arriver’ means ‘to manage’ rather than ‘to arrive’, & therefore doesn’t actually have anything to do with movement or coming & going, its auxiliary is still être rather than avoir?
Are there any further such instances we should bear in mind?
For Indiana Jones lived through extraordinary adventures
I used "a vécu par" for "lived through". Is this incorrect?
Can anyone refer me to the lesson as to why "je me suis brossé les dents" brossé has no extra e and the speaker is a woman. Has to do with "les dents" being the direct object, I think, but would love to read the lesson.
Can you also use ‘je ne pouvais pas dormir’ - if not why please..
What word would we use in a more formal, or written context?
Ses voisins ont écouté de la musique justqu’ à trois heures du matin
Salut a tous
If aux dents is plural how can it be translated as I have a toothache?