The phrase "Anthony is bringing his sunglasses in case it's sunny" can be translated

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Jan

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7 May 2017

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The phrase "Anthony is bringing his sunglasses in case it's sunny" can be translated

The phrase "Anthony is bringing his sunglasses in case it's sunny" can be translated "Anthony apporte ses lunettes de soleil au cas où il ferait beau" but is there a way of using il y a du soleil instead or is it impossible because of the au cas où + le conditionnel-rule?

This relates to:
Au cas où + Le Conditionnel = In case -

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

9 May 2017

9/05/17

Bonjour Jan !

No, you could also use "il y a du soleil", simply with "avoir" in Le Conditionnel as such:
Anthony apporte ses lunettes de soleil au cas où il y aurait du soleil.

I hope that's helpful!
À bientôt !

Tom

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17 July 2017

17/07/17

Would "il ferait du soleil" also be acceptable? I was marked "nearly correct for this.

Kari

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25 July 2018

25/07/18

Would "Anthony apporte ses lunettes de soleil au cas où il ferait du soleil." also be acceptable?



Merci!

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

10 August 2018

10/08/18

Bonjour Tom and Karl !


"Faire du soleil" is not the correct expression in French :)


Please have a look at our explanation in the related lesson:



 

Bonne journée !

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