"alors il va préparer l'entré"

MuhammadA0Kwiziq community member

"alors il va préparer l'entré"

 "alors il va préparer l'entré", aint it should be "elle" not "il" referring to her mom ?

Asked 1 year ago
WhiteA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributorCorrect answer

mon mari = my husband.  Donc, c'est le pronom correct.  ;-)  [ma maman = my mom ou ma mère = my mother]

MartinA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

'aint' 'AINT' and you want to correct French! You mean 'shouldn't it be' or 'should it not be'.

AndreaC1Kwiziq community member

bonsoir Muhammad,

no, we are talking about her husband not her mom - "mon mari fait tres bien la cuisine"  - so "il" not elle!  Men can cook too  -  Les hommes peuvent cuisiner autant que les femmes....       

ShikharA1Kwiziq community member

isnt it husband ??

"alors il va préparer l'entré"

 "alors il va préparer l'entré", aint it should be "elle" not "il" referring to her mom ?

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