égal (à)

égal (à)

Is there any case where à is needed? Or is this just a matter of preference? Thanks.
Asked 10 years ago
LauraKwiziq language super star
Bonjour J, When égaler means "to equal" you don't need à. When it means "to compare/rank" you do: Ce roman n'égale pas à Madame Bovary.

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égal (à)

Is there any case where à is needed? Or is this just a matter of preference? Thanks.

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