I love these translations although they are very humbling.
Is there a simple explanation for why "de" is needed in "Tu as de la chance" but not in "La voiture à la droite a la priorité? Merci!
Freeform Writing Exercise A2
Avoir de la chance is the French structure for to have good luck
Robert is correct! Also, "de" is a partitive article here (avoir de la chance translates literally to have [some] luck). Take a look here too: Avoir raison/tort/de la chance = To be right/wrong/lucky (French Expressions with avoir)
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
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