se passer

diana

Kwiziq community member

18 December 2016

4 replies

se passer

Can you please explain "on s'est passé par là?" vs " on est passé par là?" The first phrase was the correct one on the quiz

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Passer, se passer, se passer de (different meanings of 'passer') -

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

19 December 2016

19/12/16

Bonjour Diana ! "On s'est passé par là" is not a correct sentence in French, so it shouldn't be marked as correct: "on est passé par là" is the only correct option here. I've looked into our system, and "est passé" is marked as the correct answer. Would you by any chance remember when you took that test, so we can find your correction board records and look into it ? Merci et à bientôt !

diana

Kwiziq community member

19 December 2016

19/12/16

I'm sorry- I hope you can strike this conversation - I wrote it down wrong- you are correct! :(

diana

Kwiziq community member

19 December 2016

19/12/16

By the way, I'd like to congratulate you on what a good program this is. Among the best ways to learn french- you fill a void between pimsleur and rosetta stone- good job indeed!

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

19 December 2016

19/12/16

Merci beaucoup Diana et Bonnes fêtes de fin d'année !

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