1) 'récompensant' for 'gratifiant'
2)'ausculter' for 'diagonistique'
3)pour sept ans instead of 'pendant sept ans'
Please let me know if its right
is diagnostiquer an er verb?
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It is great to see that you are taking such an interest in finding out why some of your answers aren't/are correct. As Jim kindly mentioned, it may be easier to do a bit more research (especially when it cones to verbs/words) on your end. Jim's references are excellent! ;-)
I have explained below why some of your suggestions do not fit:
1. "récompensant" is not used in this way. "A reward / To reward" ( = a compensation) can be translated as "une récompense / Récompenser". However, it isn't working in this context (as it means "satisfying" -> gratifiant)
2. "ausculter" = to examine (a body) vs "diagnostiquer" = to diagnose (an illness)
3. "pour sept ans" refers to a future duration and therefore doesn't work here - See lesson link here: Expressing for + [duration] in French with either pendant/durant/depuis/pour (French Prepositions of Time)
I hope this is helpful!
Bonne journée !
Why not carry out some research of various verb options depending upon context yourself?
Or search this site more thoroughly then post your queries for further clarification?
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