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i've always been thought that à qui refers to a person and à + lequel refers to things? Can you explain?
Before the exercise I put the vocab given into Google Translate if I don't know them. I didn't know "des jumelles" and it comes back "binoculars." Larousse also says that les jumelles are an optical instrument. However, since that made no sense, I put the whole phrase into Google Translate and it came back "the twins are twelve" -- which of course makes sense. But for a beginner it was very confusing not to find the definition of "twins" for this word I didn't know. Is it colloquial for jumelles to mean twins?
BTW, I look forward to the dictees every week. Keep them coming!
Bonjour à tous,
Could you tell me how to say this in French ? Thanks
Bonjour Madame !
Thanks for posting such a captivating and mesmerising reader. But I would like to ask a question regarding a phrase which reads-
Bravo Papa! (rires) On n’arrivera jamais à faire de belles crêpes !
Indeed, here the Brown Bear comminicates with his dad but why is the verb ‘rire’ conjugated as ‘rires’ though I learnt from a lesson that it is - Il rit/ Elle rit/ On rit .
Is this a special way of expressing one’s emotions while transcribing in French ?
Merci d’avance ! Bonne journée !
Please can you explain why I can't use Le Samedi at the beginning of the sentence is wrong, yet in the explanation Le is being used!
Bonjour, I put that "she's dancing" and can't work out why it was marked wrong, the answer is "she takes dance lessons" please could you explain?