My nearly correct answer was "à 2 heures de Chartes". Why was it not completely correct?
By the way, according to the BIPM (Bureau International des Poids et Mesures), the official way to abbreviate "2 heures" is not "2h" but rather "2 h" with a space. See page 149 of
You must have read my mind!
I have been working on a standardization of our editorial regarding SI units and this lesson cropped up.
It has now been updated to respect international norms.
bonne Continuation !
If you wrote your answer exactly as indicated in your question, you misspelled ‘Chartres’ as ‘Chartes’. This doesn’t affect ‘the bot’s confidence in you’ as I understand it, but just highlights a minor and otherwise inconsequential error.
I agree that the use of ‘2h’ in the lesson example is technically incorrect and should be corrected to ‘2 h’ .
Sign in to submit your answer
Don't have an account yet? Join today
Test your French to the CEFR standard