nous a le plus marqués

CarlC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

nous a le plus marqués

I don't understand "nous a le plus marqués"  Maybe it should be "nous avons le plus marqués" ?

Asked 9 months ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Carl,

The full sentence is -

L'un des moments qui nous a le plus marqués = One of the moments which struck us the most 

the 'nous' is an object pronoun. The subject is 'l'un des moments'.

Hope this helps!

MaartenC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Just beat me to it Cécile. 

However, I hear the speaker incorrectly stating his wife as wanting to go to ' la côte EST' not 'la côte OUEST" in this sentence. 

Having been there and driven the narrow roads through the marais last year, I know we were not on the East coast ! My wife has listened also, and hears 'est' not 'ouest' as well. 

I don't think this is a connection issue. 

PS: I have just seen that Bonnie has mentioned 'ouest' so maybe it is current connection, but still sounds very clearly 'est' - thanks for checking. 

PPS: Bonnie’s message may have been too cryptic for me on first reading ! Pretty sure Bonnie heard ‘ la côte est ‘ also, hence the comment on strange happenings in marriages. 

CécileKwiziq team member

Hi Maarten,

I have flagged ‘côte est’, I have been there too and love this salt. I just prefer the author to change it.

 

 

 

nous a le plus marqués

I don't understand "nous a le plus marqués"  Maybe it should be "nous avons le plus marqués" ?

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