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Why is it incorrect to say the second phrase?
Tu en tenais deux
T'en tenais deux
It's very hard to spot this difference when it isn't mentioned in any of the lessons.
For the question 'In spite of herself Katia started to hope' I used 'en dépit d'elle'. This was marked wrong and malgré given as the correct answer. What am I missing here? The lesson says that you can use either.
les chauves-souris jouent à cache-cache.
Why there is no article before cache-cache, like 'Je joue au tennis' and 'Je joue au jeu de société'.
Hi, I learned the Est-ce que was a formal way of asking a question. So I thought the verb then would also need an inversion, like: Est-ce que avez-vous une voiture?
When do you use the verb inversion? (I heard actually the inversion is almost not used anymore in normal day France)
can I use "on" instead of for passive sentences
on a donné de l'argent ( money was given to us)
I wish your helps
It is worth noting that the verb "voir" and verbs ending in -cevoir do not follow the same irregular pattern.
What is the meaning of the ‘t’ in the phrase ‘ouvre-t-on’?
Pls is "assez" still serving as adverbe in a sentence where 'être' is used. - "Ma Ville est assez banale". Qu'est-ce que cela veut dire, s'il vous plaît?
Why is it “de la pâté à modeler” and not “des pâté à modeler”?