I wrote "a qui" but "a laquelle" was marked correct...Why is "a qui" nearly correct and not correct when your examples show that both are correct?

mimi

Kwiziq community member

23 August 2018

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I wrote "a qui" but "a laquelle" was marked correct...Why is "a qui" nearly correct and not correct when your examples show that both are correct?

This relates to:
À + qui, auquel, à laquelle = to whom, what, which (relative pronouns) -

Chris

Kwiziq community member

23 August 2018

23/08/18

Hi mimi,

both ought to be correct:

La personne à qui je pense me rend heureux.
La personne à laquelle je pense me rend heureux.

Mabye you were supposed to check both possibilities but you only checked one of them?

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