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I've read this many times and it just doesn't make sense to me. Anyone else having touble with this?
What do you mean by "like"?
"Verbs like jouer or crier become je jouerai ou je crierai.Even though we don't pronounce the "e", it is still there as part of the infinitive:"
In the sentence "Nous allons aux centre-ville, why is it aux instead of au?"
Dear Aurelie and team
Just wondering if this phrase is supposed to be " et ce n'est pas du tout" I think the "du" is missing in the original.
Is récupérer interchangeable with acheter? Can I use récupérer for clothes shopping?
e.g. Je vais récupérer une robe
In the video where it states that amour is masculine and amours is feminine there is an example ... de grandes amours.
Why is de and not des
Does this mean he has lived in France for 15 years.
or He has lived in France since the age of 15.
I have read that we cannot use same subject both main clause and subordinate clauses.
But I have seen that example in the "bien que" usage
Je suis satisfait bien que je n'aie pas fini à temps.I'm satisfied even though I didn't finish on time.
if it is possible that using same subject in the main and the subordinate clause, what are the rules for using same subject?
I wish your helps