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How does one write the sign for euro in this exercise ?
J'ai choisi de faire .... qui combine langue, littérature et civilisation étrangères, Why do the three subject nouns not include a definite article ?
In the French written answer there should be a full stop instead of a comma in the line “Bien sûr Madame, On vous apporte ça tout de suite”. The corresponding line in English has a full stop. Thanks.
It would be good to see some examples with que as well, not just qui or qu'
"If including / [number] of which is followed by a conjugated verb, in French you need to add a relative pronoun (qui or que / qu') in front of the verb"
It's been some time since I lived in France, but at that time a restaurant menu was called "une carte". Has the usage changed that much that "la carte" only refers to "un menu a la carte" these days?
Also - just want to point out that some of the sections are missing the oral reading link.
Otherwise, a fun exercise and I learned a new word - "une couette"!
Is féerique a possibility in the last line?
I've seen the word weekend spelled with () & without () the hyphen in different French publications. As this is an adopted English word is there actually any guidance for how to correctly spell this or is it just a matter of style?
Aujourd’hui, quel âge avez-vous?
Pouquoi est le dans S'il vous plaît ? Nous connaissons que c'est pour elle à répond.