I don't understand "arrivés" at the end of the sentence. Is "on est" understood?
Est-ce que tu veux que je prenne de la crème solaire ou est-ce qu'on en achètera une fois arrivés ?
Freeform Writing Exercise B2
Take a look at the following Kwiziq lesson -
Hope this helps!
I would have said that arrivés was acting as an adjective here. Literally it means "once arrived", although we probably wouldn't say that in English.
I understand the construction "arrivés" and the reasoning behind it but where is its associated verb.
I have not done this particular exercise but in the following sentence -
'on en achètera une fois arrivés' = we'll buy some when we get there (literally once arrived)
arrivés is a past participle here without the usual auxiliary verb.
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