I wrote 'Martin aime Sarah ' for the sentence Martin likes Sarah but it was corrected to 'Martin aime bien Sarah'. I know 'aimer 'is tricky and I studies the lesson but still don't understand the difference.
Just be careful with 'aimer' applied to people -
Aimer une personne is to be in love with them, aimer bien une personne is to like them.
But you can say -
J'aime le Portugal = I like Portugal
J'aime bien le Portugal = I quite like Portugal
J'adore le Portugal = I love Portugal
Hope this helps!
I just made the same error when answering this question. I don't recall seeing your one line explanation in the lesson plan. If I missed it, my apologies. If not, KWIZIQ add it?
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