In the explanation you have '(juste) au cas où' but you have marked me wrong for putting the word 'juste' in brackets.

Tina

Kwiziq community member

10 June 2018

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In the explanation you have '(juste) au cas où' but you have marked me wrong for putting the word 'juste' in brackets.

This question relates to:
French lesson "Au cas où + Le Conditionnel = In case"

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

11 June 2018

11/06/18

Bonjour Tina !

The brackets in the lesson mean that you can use either "juste au cas où" or "au cas où" interchangeably, however when giving an answer, you simply have to pick one of these two options :)

I hope that's helpful!
Bonne journée !

Tina

Kwiziq community member

12 June 2018

12/06/18

Thank you. I knew it meant it was optional but thought I could put that in my answer.

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