Can anyone explain why "enfants" is used in the mini quiz in a lesson about forming the plural of nouns ending in -eu? I know it's plural but thought maybe it was a trick question since "enfant" doesn't end in -eu. There are only two questions, so shouldn't they both relate to the lesson?
Further to your comment, we have taken this question out as it was deemed confusing.
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The important item is pneus. Enfants is thrown in there just for kicks. I agree with you that the items in the multiple choice question could have been better chosen to drive home the point.
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