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"Le couteau, dont Marc a cassé le manche, est bleu." What/who is blue?
"Le couteau, que Marc a cassé le manche, est bleu." What/who is blue?
What would be the difference between dont and que here?
both google and deep L give the translation for roller coaster as les montagne russes but you didn't give this as an option. Are both used or is grand huit more common?
Is there any difference between the two ? or is se retrouver to meet someone which is prearranged and rencontrer more random? I've noticed that kwizik seems to favour se retrouver as the best answer
Bonjour Madame Cécile !
While attempting a kwiz ,I was provided with the following sentence ->
Les enfants ont rangé les cadeaux _________ sapin de Noël .
The answer marked correct was -> au pied du (at the foot of)
However, I would like to ask whether the options - “au dessous du / autour du” are correct ?
Just wanted to convey a small request-
Whenever, you feel free and comfortable, kindly help me ( as you always have done) with my queries which I posted lately as follow-ups .
Merci encore !
Je vous souhaite une bonne journée !
With regards to:
What time do you leave for work?
À quelle heure est-ce que tu pars au travail ?
How much different would it be to ask:
What time do you leave work?
The lesson says that prendre and its derivatives take avoir as an auxiliary verb, including se méprendre. My understanding from previous lessons is that reflexive verbs takes être as the auxiliary. Can you please clarify? Thanks!
I think there is a mistake? It has translated dimanche as thursday in the first sentence?
I'm curious of how to distinguish "Ils les leur envoient." and "Il les leur envoie" while listening? They sound same in pronunciation.