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An English issue

Stephen B.B2Kwiziq community member

An English issue

Sorry to be off-topic but this is bugging me. In this page is written “ Il fait beau expresses that the weather looks nice”. This does not sound right (to an old, lifelong English speaker like me). “ Il fait beau expresses the feeling that the weather looks nice”, or similar, sounds better. I don’t think one can “express that …”, IMHO. (Otherwise, I am enjoying the course :)

Asked 1 year ago
CélineKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Stephen,

Thank you for your suggestion! You are correct. We've now amended this bit of the lesson.

Merci et bonne journée !

An English issue

Sorry to be off-topic but this is bugging me. In this page is written “ Il fait beau expresses that the weather looks nice”. This does not sound right (to an old, lifelong English speaker like me). “ Il fait beau expresses the feeling that the weather looks nice”, or similar, sounds better. I don’t think one can “express that …”, IMHO. (Otherwise, I am enjoying the course :)

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