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I just knew the word défi. And I would imagine the word comes from défiance. Is there any difference between these two words? Thank you.
Désormais pourrait-il marcher mieux dans la dernière phrase? - je comprend le sens de la phrase à être que l’audience ne le savait pas auparavant mais désormais on le sait bien.
I have a question I'm learning about the inversion in the conditional present and I was wondering about these two sentences?
Why do you not conjugate passer?
(Could we) passer Chez vous après le spectacle? Pourrions- nous is the answer
But with this sentence
(Would he) signer cette pétition? Signerait- il would be the answer
I'm very confused and help would be greatly appreciated
the equivalent time: zéro heures quarante-cinq
After studying these lessons I don’t understand why, for example,
Vous vous aimez promener ici? Is wrong!?
Vous aimez vous promener ici? Is correct.
From the above notes, I undertand "les tous livres"=all the books
and tous can be also used alone to refer to all (of something mentioned previously)
But I cannot find the explanation of "les a tous". I know it means “all of them” but what the role the "a" serves here?
Can we say il y avait beaucoup de "personnes" instead of "gens"?
Are there rules about when to use the abbreviation for heure? For example, huit heure or 8h or huit h. Also, when typing 8h is there a space between the number and the abbreviation or no space (8h or 8 h)?
To me, according to the lesson, it seems like "It was the last time that you told me you loved me" and "It was last time that you told me you loved me" could both be acceptable answers for this phrase. The lesson says to use "la dernière fois" to mean "last time" when it's followed by a clause. Is it not followed by a clause in this case - "que tu m'as dit que tu m'aimais" - and therefore could mean "It was last time" as well as "It was the last time"?