Unfortunately, we don't currently have a lesson on the expression "mettre <quelqu'un> en retard" (to make someone late), but it's an excellent suggestion!
In the meantime, here are a few examples for you to enjoy:"Mon fils me met toujours en retard." (My son always makes me late.)"Ma voiture est tombée en panne, ce qui m'a mis(e) en retard." (My car broke down, which made me late.)"Ne me mets pas en retard !" (Don't make me late!)
I hope that's useful!
A bientôt !
I'd like to express my frustration with the multiple choice questions that often arise on tests. To me, Kwiziq is getting too caught up in the weeds. I want more big picture questions, a greater variety of new questions rather than having the same question repeated over and over and over. When I leave a question blank I'd like it to go away and perhaps reappear a week or so later. Thanks for considering my feedback.
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