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9 March 2017

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What does it mean for an action to be "consider[ed to be] systematically in the past"? What does the "systematically" mean in this context?

This question relates to:
French lesson "Après être allé = After going (auxiliary être)"


Kwiziq language super star

10 March 2017


Bonjour Stevie ! Here what we meant was : "In French, if you're using ''après + verb'', we consider that this action is always going to take place in the past of when you're speaking." Thanks to you, we've now changed the lesson text to make it clearer :) Merci beaucoup et à bientôt !


Kwiziq community member

11 March 2017


Thank you! I am really enjoying this way of learning.

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