A few queries on this challenge

AndreaB2Kwiziq community member

A few queries on this challenge

'I always loved...' Why is it in the past tense and not imparfait in French? I felt it was an opinion. (P.S Found this query very well explained below. So please ignore this part.)

Why is apprendre preferred over étudier?

Asked 1 year ago
ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Apprendre is learning in general, whereas étudier is more like studying.

CélineKwiziq team member

Bonjour Andrea,

For anyone wondering the same about the use of Le Passé Composé in this case: passe-compose-vs-imparfait

Bonne journée !

A few queries on this challenge

'I always loved...' Why is it in the past tense and not imparfait in French? I felt it was an opinion. (P.S Found this query very well explained below. So please ignore this part.)

Why is apprendre preferred over étudier?

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