Aime vraiment

DavidC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Aime vraiment

In the quiz "aime vraiment" was marked wrong and "aime beaucoup" was required. 

As far as I can tell both are equally valid and in common use, even though this lesson does not mention "aime vraiment". And from a literal point of view, since the English said "really like" and not "like a lot" "aime vraiment" seems more appropriate.

Asked 1 year ago
RobertaC1Kwiziq community member
I agree, I keep getting marked wrong for "aime vraiment" but doesn't that mean "really like"? 
ChuckC1Kwiziq community member

Google translate says "I really like" is "j'aime vraiment". Why isn't it accepted?

Aime vraiment

In the quiz "aime vraiment" was marked wrong and "aime beaucoup" was required. 

As far as I can tell both are equally valid and in common use, even though this lesson does not mention "aime vraiment". And from a literal point of view, since the English said "really like" and not "like a lot" "aime vraiment" seems more appropriate.

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