I meant to say the correct response was in the 2nd person singular. Surely “ you” can be translated by both.

Alan

Kwiziq community member

29 March 2018

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I meant to say the correct response was in the 2nd person singular. Surely “ you” can be translated by both.

Chris

Kwiziq community member

29 March 2018

29/03/18

Ditto. It would help to know the entire sentence. Also, sometimes when the English is not unique, there is a hint given below the question which tells you whether to use "tu" or "vous", for example. Maybe you missed that hint?


-- Chris (not a native speaker). 

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

30 March 2018

30/03/18

Bonjour Alan !


Yes, unfortunately, I cannot help you without a link to the question you're referring to. Please go into your Correction Dashboard, and click "report issue" next to the question, and we'll be happy to look into it for you :)


Bonne journée !

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