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20 April 2019
Can one say le plus cadet de la famille?
I have seen examples of using the present for things which will happen in the immediate future, but it was not done here. When is that appropriate?
When is joli rather than beau the right word to use?
Re the example Martin n’est pas arrivé depuis longtemps.
“Je devais avoir trois ou quatre ans”
Hello, Thank you for this lesson. Would we use 'de la' if the lieu is féminin? I only saw a mention of du/des. Thank you.
19 April 2019
Amoooouuuuur in the audio sounds really aweful
Pas problème ...pourquoi pas?
I wondered why 'je vais me battre à' is not as acceptable as 'je vais avoir du mal à' for 'I am going to struggle'. Perhaps not as colloquial?
Passé Composé of être
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