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'Je suis acteur.'' Who is speaking?

Larry G.A0Kwiziq community member

'Je suis acteur.'' Who is speaking?

Unlike the examples in the explanation materials, THE question /answer is incorrect.  The review materials limit the number of people to one actor and one actress (only two people). In the exam question, their is an unknown number of people (could be 100) therefore the person speaking is unknown.

Asked 3 weeks ago
CélineKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Larry,

Maarten is correct! I checked the test question and everyhting is in order.

"Je suis acteur" means one person is talking (using the first person of the singular, i.e je -> I -> only one person is talking) and the form of the word "acteur" indicates that he's a male actor.

I hope this is helpful.

Bonne journée !

Maarten K.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Larry, 

The subject pronoun ‘ je ‘ is first person singular. The speaker is male, as indicated by ‘ acteur ‘. 

Without the details of the question and answer presented, not sure what else could be at issue, but it is clear from the statement as given that a ( one ) male actor is the speaker of this sentence. 

'Je suis acteur.'' Who is speaking?

Unlike the examples in the explanation materials, THE question /answer is incorrect.  The review materials limit the number of people to one actor and one actress (only two people). In the exam question, their is an unknown number of people (could be 100) therefore the person speaking is unknown.

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