So is this verb expression only applied with people? How about non-people subjects? i.e. a work being part of a series, a country part of the EU...

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Mme

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14 May 2018

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So is this verb expression only applied with people? How about non-people subjects? i.e. a work being part of a series, a country part of the EU...

This relates to:
Faire partie de = To be part of -

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

14 May 2018

14/05/18

Hi Mme,


Indeed you can use 'faire partie de' for things as well as people.


e.g.


Les nations qui font partie de l' Union Européenne sont...


Ce projet fait partie d'une série de réformes économiques....


Hope this helps!

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