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"Fais attention à tout ce qui se passe." - why here uses "ce qui"? Isn't it refer to "tout" which should use "qui"?
In several of your test question you have the verb of (had)plus the verb which understood to be plu perfect and not imparfait. Now please explain how you are going to differentiate?
>>Look at those usages of the Passé Composé:
A little suggestion - the first line on this page ought to read: "Look at these usages of the Passé Composé" (not 'those').
did i read correctly somewhere that this changed in the 1990's??? that before it was j'envoyerai but now it must be envoierai?
Why is the test answer as follows: Je prends cette rue en dépit du panneau stop instead of en dépit de panneau stop? I couldn't see any explanations for this on the lesson, I could on see du used in the exception en dépit du bon sense.
It would be good to be able to test yourself on vocabulary. One way would be to show French and English in separate columns to allow one column to be hidden. However, I think you can come up with even better ways to quiz and also track vocabulary proficiency in the same way as you track grammar.
Mon père et moi avons décidé d'aller à la pêche why d'aller why not only aller is used please explain
Should the title include the word "de" (faire exprès de)? Right now it just shows faire exprès. Thank you.
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IIl veut visiter le château qui est au milieu de la forêt.
Can we use lequel ?
Still confused with lequel.