"Literally" but not literally

AdrianC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

"Literally" but not literally

The hint says "Literally: to take a nap is my favourite...", but it is *faire* la sieste, not prendre.

Asked 2 years ago
AurélieKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Adrian !

I see your point. Here the "literally" was meant to address the structure of the sentence, not the colloquial expression, but I understand it could be confusing, especially at A2 level.
I've therefore updated the hint to:  "To do a nap...".

I hope that's helpful!
Merci et bonne journée !

"Literally" but not literally

The hint says "Literally: to take a nap is my favourite...", but it is *faire* la sieste, not prendre.

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