Kwiziq community member
12 August 2018
Hello I see differences in the video and in the lesson with some of the adjective forms.
In the lesson we have profonde and in the video we have profond, confuse and in the video confus, commune, commun, precise, precise. If we are adding ément to the masculin form why are the examples feminine?
This question relates to:French lesson "Certain adverbs end in -ément"
Kwiziq language super star
15 August 2018
Bonjour Claudia !
Thanks to your feedback, I realised that this lesson needed to be made much clearer that it was (I did only use feminine adjectives here to show the formation of adverbs, but I agree it was not very clear).I've now rewritten the lesson, I hope that's helpful!Bonne journée !
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