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Max

Kwiziq community member

5 November 2018

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In "L'un/l'une agrees in gender with the object it refers to." I respectfully suggest that "the object it refers to" be replaced with "its antecedent", which is both more concise are more accurate: pronouns do not have objectives - they have only antecedents. This may be picky, but this IS a grammar site! All's fair in love and syntax....max

This question relates to:
French lesson "Ni l'un(e) ni l'autre ne ... = Neither [one nor the other] (negation)"

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

21 November 2018

21/11/18

Bonjour Max !

We've now updated the lesson :)

Merci et bonne journée !

Max

Kwiziq community member

21 November 2018

21/11/18

de rien!

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