I did a simple quiz. One of the problems was to translate "We have a cat" - I used the nous avons... option. It was wrong stating "On a..." is the correct answer. How can one tell if an informal response, or the commonly spoken one is the correct choice out of context? It sees to me, both answers are equally correct. What am I missing?
I have checked the Kwiz question and both
nous avons un chat
on a un chat
should be accepted, so if this is not the case, please use your report it button in your correction board.
On can mean either we/one/people (French Subject Pronouns)
Above is another link that should aid your understanding.
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