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Elle vient de it self means just then why juste is added
Bonjour, just to clarify, it is correct to use conjugated aller + infinitive aller?
Example: Je vais aller au cinéma. This is correct?
what does this have to do with the way you pronounce the words in french? wouldn't you just say them the way you would in English
Hello. Can anyone point me in the direction of a thesaurus? I cannot find one anywhere, even on Amazon.
Hello. Can anyone please explain the difference between:
In this lesson and many others, one of the sub-sections is titled "Pronounciation guide", however, the correct spelling should be "Pronunciation guide" (in American English, as well). Kindly correct this (and everywhere, if you can).
Mon père doit soit réparer le toit soit tondre la pelouse.
Un this soit is placed before infinitive
Where soit should be placed
Please elaborate about it
is it correct form to write
Aurélie s'est disputée avec sa soeur? Should there be another e on disputé if followed by 'avec sa soeur'?
What is the difference between C'est quoi ? and Qu'est-ce que c'est ? and in what context we use them? Both of them seem same to me in English.