Could someone explain the function/meaning of “droit aux”, in contrast to the simpler “les” that presumably could have been used? From “qui a eu droit aux fameuses nausées matinales.”. Thanks
Dictation exercise B1
avoir droit à -- to lay claim to, to have the right to
In the context of the text, this is a somewhat tongue-in-cheek or joking expression to say that she really suffered from the "famous morning sickness".
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