In the exercise:
“the one which ran along the stream up to her favourite clearing.”
“celui qui longeait le ruisseau jusqu'à sa petite clairière favorite.”
Is the use of ‘petite’ in order to indicate affection for the clearing, thereby emphasising that it is a ‘favourite’ place? I’m wondering how to interpret it, as the English doesn’t contain the adjective ‘little’ or ‘small’.
Freeform Writing Exercise C1
Chris is correct! Thank you for pointing this out! "Little" has now been added to the English sentence.
Merci et bonne journée !
I believe that is a simple omission.
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