Could "de" be used here instead of "en" ? Any thoughts?
Dictation exercise B1
I don’t think so. The expression is “(un/e) expert/e en qqc” - an expert in something, not (un/e) expert/e de qqc - an expert of something.
Effectively the same as we say in English.
Hi Mary Anne,
I haven't carried out the exercise.
However, given that "Apéro en terrasse" suggests taking an apéritif "in the location of a / the terrace" I can't see how "de" would make sense in this context. Perhaps I'm missing your reasoning?
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