The explanations for the examples are very confusing. "We only ATE sweets." I'm not sure when someone would say this...

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Rebecca

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19 June 2018

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The explanations for the examples are very confusing. "We only ATE sweets." I'm not sure when someone would say this...

This question relates to:
French lesson "Restrictive ne … que = only (compound tenses)"

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

21 June 2018

21/06/18

Hi Rebecca, 

I think a bit more context would clarify:

"Je n'avais pas très faim, je n'ai mangé que des bonbons."

"I wasn't very hungry, I only ate sweets."

Hope this helps!

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