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29 July 2018
This question relates to:French lesson "Conjugate être, avoir, savoir in L'Impératif (imperative)"
31 July 2018
Sorry Chris, I've lost this now but as I remember it the answer to 'Let's be courageous' is given as 'Soyons courageux'. My Collins-Robert dictionary gives 'Avoir du courage' as 'to have courage'. As with 'raison' and 'peur' shouldn't courage take avoir?
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There are two expressions, 'avoir du courage' (to have courage ) or 'être courageux' (to be brave/courageous) .
So it will depend which you choose to use :
"Ayons du courage! " or
"Soyons courageux! "
Hope this helps!
1 August 2018
It's clear now, thank you.
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