Dictation exercise A1
This is a rare exception when you can say
when there is an adjective
but it is safer to say
as we have so many mistakes when il /elle is followed by a noun and you just cannot say -
I have encountered rare cases in novels when for instance a mother is complaining about her daughter ignoring her she will say to show indignation -
which seems to emphasize the fact relating the parentage between the mother and daughter rather than just a statement. You could almost put a swear word in English before daughter to convey the indignation.
Hope this helps!
I presume it is “Enfin, c’est une excellente cuisinière” ? Worth looking at section 1 of this lesson - followed by an article, it will (almost always) be “c’est un/une’ , not ‘il or elle est un/une’ "C'est" vs "Il/Elle est" to say it is/she is/he is in French
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