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since using the -ant and the infinitive both mean -ing in english, what's the difference between them and when would you use one and not the other?
(1) J'aimerais aller dans le collège. (2) Je veux aller dans la jungle. (3) On va aller dans le bureau
"dans" in these 3 sentences mean "to". Can I conclude that 'dans' and "à" are interchangable when they mean "to"?
What about adding "non" at the end of a question when seeking confirmation?
Such as "Tu parles anglais, non?" as a shorthand for "Tu parles anglais, n'est-ce pas?"