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Is un repas an acceptable alternative to un dîner ?

Also chez nous instead of à la maison.

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GabrielleC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributorCorrect answer

I think "un repas" would signify a meal, whereas it seems that Geraldine would be giving a fancy "dinner," as in perhaps a dinner-party.

I also put "chez nous," but in getting it wrong, I think it is the difference between saying they will stay "at home" instead of "at our house"-- which is also more of how we might say it in English, too. 

 

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Is un repas an acceptable alternative to un dîner ?

Also chez nous instead of à la maison.

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