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17 August 2018
I see no difference between "he only ate sweets" and "he ate sweets only". I have only encountered " que" after the past participle before the object
Frequently I encounter French people who use "que" on its own.
But it could be an old computer and not an ex computer which might even be a new computerw
The girl I'm thinking of is Isabelle." : La fille ________ je pense est Isabelle. Why is the answer "à qui" rather than "de qui/dont"
Question about question in a test
Question 1 has two possible answers. If so, how can I distinguish ‘il’ is Tom Cruis or the movie?
Regarding the question « I am going to Lucie’s house « from the lesson and the video included in the lesson, I understand chez to mean home and maison
16 August 2018
Is avoir à a possible alternative to devoir?
How is the question "What does ''noyau'' mean?" relevant to the lesson?
Que fais-tu ce weekend?
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