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This was supposed to have been corrected ONE YEAR AGO, but the error still persists!
Why use Mangez-y ! then Manges-y !?
I don't see when they implied the use of Vous or Tu in the sentences? Please explain. Thanks
Chris' comment below about modal verbs (All modal verbs, like pouvoir or devoir require the infinitive, no matter which tense or mode they are in.) was an eye-opener for me as to how pouvoir and devoir fit in the big picture. Perhaps a short paragraph about modal verbs in general would be useful to others. Thanks!
This may be a stupid question but I'm confused by the position of 'le' in these two examples:
'Non, je ne le savais pas ' and 'Non, je ne sais pas le faire'
From looking at the first example I would have assumed the second sentence would be 'Je ne le sais pas faire' - please can you help?
I was wondering when using être or avoir in the sentence below does it determine like it does when you use it in the idiomatic expressions?
L'étudiant n'est pas en classe. Il Sera encore endormi.
The student is not in class. He is probably still asleep
Cause I don't see the aura used here so I was wondering if it's similar when we learn about the idiomatic expressions.
I came across these examples: 1)" L'hôtel est rue.."My understanding from this lesson is that 'est rue' can only be used with se promener.2) The 2nd question pertains to whether dans or sur can be used with location E.g." L'hôtel est sur la rue.../la place... Could you clarify please.
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