Distinction between 1. and 2. above

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Stewart

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14 June 2018

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Distinction between 1. and 2. above

I'm not quite grasping the distinction between 1. and 2. above. In the example 'Je trouve Martha intéressante' surely this is also an opinion  and as such could it also be stated as 'Je trouve que Martha est interessante?'

This relates to:
Using 'trouver' to express 'to find' and opinions -

Chris

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14 June 2018

14/06/18

Hi Stewart, I also believe that the distinction is mostly a stylistic nuance.

I find Martha interesting. Versus: I think Martha is interesting.

-- Chris (not a native speaker).

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