In French, to express being right/wrong/lucky, you use "avoir raison/tort/de la chance" (Literally: to have right/wrong/some luck).
How to use 'avoir' to say 'to be right/wrong/lucky' in French
Look at these sentences:
The verb avoir (to have) is used to express being right (avoir raison), wrong (avoir tort) or lucky (avoir de la chance).Attention:
de la (chance) becomes de (chance) - See Du/de la/de l'/des all become de/d' in negative sentences (French Partitive Articles)
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