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"In French, give opinions or state facts about THINGS,"

StewartC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

"In French, give opinions or state facts about THINGS,"

Hi, Could you please explain why the 1st sentence in the lesson states "In French, to give opinions or state facts about THINGS" ... when the examples listed immediately below this sentence relate to THINGS and also to PEOPLE.'C'est le fils de Martha'  being an example of what I'm referring to.Thank You 
Asked 2 years ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Stewart, 

Thanks for pointing this out, I have re-phrased it hopefully to your satisfaction...

"In French, give opinions or state facts about THINGS,"

Hi, Could you please explain why the 1st sentence in the lesson states "In French, to give opinions or state facts about THINGS" ... when the examples listed immediately below this sentence relate to THINGS and also to PEOPLE.'C'est le fils de Martha'  being an example of what I'm referring to.Thank You 

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