Isn't there only one subject in this example? "Il ne peut pas s'en souvenir, bien qu'il le relise tous les soirs !"

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Isn't there only one subject in this example? "Il ne peut pas s'en souvenir, bien qu'il le relise tous les soirs !"

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ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer
The subject is "il" in both parts of the phrase. Why? Because of "que"? The "que"is present because "bien que" is a fixed phrase meaning "although".

Isn't there only one subject in this example? "Il ne peut pas s'en souvenir, bien qu'il le relise tous les soirs !"

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