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Can someone explain for me the answer for the following question? The answer given is D'immenses vagues
________ immenses vagues venaient vers moi
While I understand the need to change des to de/d' when the adjectives are in front of the noun, I don't quite understand this sentence.
Shouldn't we use LES here? Surely the waves that coming at me is specific and defined and cannot be some random waves.
Or is it because the English translation is "Huge waves come at me", and without the word THE, the whole expression of "huge waves" become non-specific / undefined?
Merci beaucoup en avance :)
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