In the sentence, On est gentils. Gentils is a plural form...why are you using a plural form with "on".

Marilyn S

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12 November 2018

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In the sentence, On est gentils. Gentils is a plural form...why are you using a plural form with "on".

This question relates to:
French lesson "Nous vs on (subject pronouns)"

Ryan

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12 November 2018

12/11/18

In this context, "on" would be "we" so the gentils is plural. If the context was "One is kind", then gentil would be singular.

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