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23 May 2017
why is it that we can say je suis des parents, but not je suis des a amoureux?
I mean this as in, when we say je suis des parents we say I am a parent, but when we say je suis des a amoureux we say I'm lovers - which makes no sense. Maybe it's just des I am confused with?
This question relates to:French lesson "Conjugate être (je suis, tu es, vous êtes) in Le Présent (present tense)"
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