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I read it somewhere else that pis is also the comparative form of mal. Can we talk about the usage of pis vs mal ? Thanks.
I am just wondering why it is not "mais je la aimerais réchauffée..." as she is talking about 'une tarte tatin'.
So on the writing challenge test,( If I could start all over...). I translated the last sentence "I could even get a dog." using "pouvais" meaning "able to" but the correct translation was using "pourrais" the conditional form. Please clarify!,Thank you, Karen
I think it would be helpful to see more test questions using lorsque, après que and une fois que rather than just 'quand' in the Futur Antérieur.
I just knew the word défi. And I would imagine the word comes from défiance. Is there any difference between these two words? Thank you.
Désormais pourrait-il marcher mieux dans la dernière phrase? - je comprend le sens de la phrase à être que l’audience ne le savait pas auparavant mais désormais on le sait bien.
I have a question I'm learning about the inversion in the conditional present and I was wondering about these two sentences?
Why do you not conjugate passer?
(Could we) passer Chez vous après le spectacle? Pourrions- nous is the answer
But with this sentence
(Would he) signer cette pétition? Signerait- il would be the answer
I'm very confused and help would be greatly appreciated
the equivalent time: zéro heure quarante-cinq
After studying these lessons I don’t understand why, for example,
Vous vous aimez promener ici? Is wrong!?
Vous aimez vous promener ici? Is correct.