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How do you say "it took me (quantity of time)"

Daniel W.Kwiziq community member

How do you say "it took me (quantity of time)"

Is there a difference in usage between these three translations for "it took me an hour to do something":

"Il m'a fallu une heure pour faire qch"

"J'ai mis une heure pour faire qch"

"Ça m'a pris une heure pour faire qch"

Thank you in advance

Asked 1 month ago
Jim J.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Salut Daniel,

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Bonne journée

Jim

How do you say "it took me (quantity of time)"

Is there a difference in usage between these three translations for "it took me an hour to do something":

"Il m'a fallu une heure pour faire qch"

"J'ai mis une heure pour faire qch"

"Ça m'a pris une heure pour faire qch"

Thank you in advance

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