In the sentence in the south of France the answer is le sud but in a previous exercise (Bastille Day) it was du sud. Are both acceptable ? Also in the best answer it is C'étaient but in the final paragraph it is C'était. Are both correct or is this an error?
Freeform Writing Exercise A2
1. Without the actual context it is hard to say but I assume the sentence said
from/of the South of France = du sud de la France
whereas here it is
2. Both C'était and C'étaient are accepted as possible
Could you post the sentence in question, please?
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