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22 October 2018
About se promener et promener
Bonjour Aurélie, Laura
I was wrong when writing”Je me promène avec mon chien”. Kwiziq has an example in the explanation :” Je me promène dans le parc avec Julie”. The différence here is la place “ dans le parc”,right? I feel confusing. Thanks a lot.
This question relates to:French lesson "Se promener, promener, marcher, aller à pied = To walk"
I walk my dog -- je promène mon chien.
I take a walk with my dog. -- Je me promène avec mon chien.
There's a subtle difference. In the first sentence the dog is the direct object. In the second one it's you who is the direct object. The answer you provided is grammatically correct but not quite the proper translation.
23 October 2018
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