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How do you know when to use proper instead of nettoie

Charles S.Kwiziq community member

How do you know when to use proper instead of nettoie

They  seem to be both mean to clean 

Asked 4 years ago
Chris W.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

I think propre exists only as an adjective meaning "clean" when placed after the noun. Nettoyer is a verb meaning "to clean".

How do you know when to use proper instead of nettoie

They  seem to be both mean to clean 

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