I haven't done one of these exercises for a long time and, while some of my translations may not have been exactly what was in the model answers, I compared my proposals with the answers, I search around for why I was right or wrong, and then I learned from that in-depth research. I don't see how every possible answer can be cited, unless you want an machine-driven algorithm in which case go to DeepL or Google or Reverso. This is a fantastic resource!
Freeform Writing Exercise C1
Great, Ted! You caught on to what these exercises really are about. They will get you to think and add yet another variation of how to express something in a particularly French way. In researching your answer and trying to figuring out the given one lies the value of the exercise. It's not about how many points you award yourself or how many mistakes you make.
Et merci Ted, de votre gentil commentaire qui est très apprécié par l'équipe Kwiziq ...
agreed -- this was super fun and great practice (I am a HS French teacher with no one to proactice with , so this is a great resource for me, too).
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