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Could someone please explain how to negate this expression? Thanks in advance.
Citrouille and Potiron both means pumkin in english.
Is there any difference in its usage? One is more formal?
What is 'It is a short dress with pink roses'?
Is it 'C'est une robe courte avec des roses roses.' ?
I've read this many times and it just doesn't make sense to me. Anyone else having touble with this?
What do you mean by "like"?
"Verbs like jouer or crier become je jouerai ou je crierai.Even though we don't pronounce the "e", it is still there as part of the infinitive:"