'Le jouet de l'enfant est cassé' in the corresponding lesson. Here it is DE L'ENFANT then why not DU TOURISME in l'Office de Tourisme? Merci en avan

trip

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24 January 2019

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'Le jouet de l'enfant est cassé' in the corresponding lesson. Here it is DE L'ENFANT then why not DU TOURISME in l'Office de Tourisme? Merci en avan

This question relates to:
French lesson "Expressing possession with 'de'"

Chris

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24 January 2019

24/01/19

Le jouet de l'enfant is the toy of a particular infante (hence the definite article). L'office de tourisme is the tourist office in general, not of "the" tourism.

trip

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24 January 2019

24/01/19

Tysm for taking out tym to answer the question Chris and the lawless team.

Chris

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25 January 2019

25/01/19

You,re welcome! :)

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