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I got this wrong in the test. I don’t understand why we use the je form (projette) and not the nous form (projetons) in the example below. Can someone explain to me why this is wrong? ThanksNotre client ________ d'aller à la concurrence. Our client plans to go to our rivals.HINT: Conjugate "projeter" (to plan) in Le present
How would it work with this? Avoir or être?
Why isn’t apporter used since it is bring as opposed to take. Thanks
According to some text books the verb espérer is not used in the subjunctive, only in the negative sense eg je n’espere pas que .... is this correct, and if not is this a rare occurrence? Thanks so much in advance and for having such a great learning platform for French. Mark
I can't see the difference between:
"i lived here" and "I have lived here" (options used on the test questions)
If tu is informal and vous a more formal approach, wouldn't you use Comment vous vous appellez? when asking someone you don't know what their name is? In what situation would you use Comment tu t'appelle? Merci.
I answered a time question, ten to seven AM, by writing six heures cinquante du matin and it was marked wrong. This is a correct way to write that time is it not? I know the alt is sept heures moins dix but wanted to express another option. Comments ?
I am assuming that "was supposed to" and "ought to have" are the same: "he ought to have reminded me"/"he was supposed to remind me" = "il devrait me rappeler".